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A country music fundraiser for MS Awareness Month will move online this year.

From local creators to international headliners, musicians around the world are rallying to provide sweet sounds of hope amid troubled times during the COVID-19 pandemic. And if a common thread runs throughout these live shows, between the trends and among the shares, it’s an increased aware…

The life of Ichimaru (1906-1997), one of the most famous geishas of the 20th century, is told through a collection of her rare and magnificent kimono and personal effects in a new exhibition at the Kelowna Art Gallery.

Kelowna rock band The Wild will play a live set on Facebook Saturday at noon to help launch their new album, Still Believe in Rock And Roll.

Amid a world in crisis with a pandemic, stock market woes, global warming, et. al., I truly feel that social distancing is actually bringing people back together.

Kenny Rogers died Friday at the age of 81. We asked several locals to comment on his musical legacy which began with folk, crossed to rock and then country/pop.

With more and more people being told to stay at home, gaming can be a great escape. Here are a few games that will keep you busy and entertained if you are stuck in the house by yourself or with your family.

As I finish my review of Ori and Will of Wisps, I wanted to touch on how the coronavirus affects the gaming industry.

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All events at the Kelowna Community Theatre and other City of Kelowna facilities that would attract 250 people or more have been cancelled.

The shows will go on at the Vernon and District Performing and Chamber Music Kelowna (with personnel changes), but a national ski championship set for the Okanagan has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The sixth annual Magical Night of Laughter on Friday will raise money for the Hands in Service Living Salads program.

Spring is literally in my step. The snow in my front yard has melted away, my cold/flu has dissipated, energy is restored and I feel blessed once again with health and vitality.

Described as a “a blissful marriage of new folk and sophisticated pop,” Big Little Lions will kick off the Vernon and District Performing Arts Society’s Spotlight OnStage concert series.

Hard rock with a lot of catchy riffs describes the music of Calgary trio Woodhawk, which will perform at Doc Willoughby's pub in Kelowna on March 28. The band is touring to support its second album, Violent Nature.

The Gary Cable Project will return to the Okanagan in the spring after sold-out performances with the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra in Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon last month.


The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra invited Old Friends for dinner at Kelowna Community Theatre on Friday night. The get-together went so well that the reunion continued in Penticton on Saturday and in Vernon on Sunday.

It seems fitting that a rock band called Mute Choir would title its debut album Silent Conversations.


As part of the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra’s 60th anniversary season, it is my pleasure to shine a spotlight on my colleagues in the orchestra.

Ted Okos made a triumphant return to his hometown on Monday with a rockin' Doug and the Slugs performance at Kelowna Community Theatre.

There is a song written by Helen Reddy back in 1972 called ‘I am Woman’ that has been on my mind as we head into International Women’s Day on Sunday, March 8. She sings “I am woman, hear me roar, in numbers too big to ignore and I know too much to go back an’ pretend…”