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With another year coming to an end, this is the last round of free Games With Gold. Here are my picks in mini-reviews for the month of December 2019.

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Kelowna author, William S. Peckham, has released his second collection of family memoirs this year, “Peck’s Bad Boy of Niagara,” stories about his father.

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In January, residents of Lumby stood in line for up to three hours, waiting for television star Jonny Harris to hit the stage for episode No. 63 of his Still Standing show.

Come celebrate the best of choral music with selections bound to get you into the Christmas holiday spirit as the Spectrum Singers, under the direction of Kim Kleineberg, present Starry Night Dec. 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Michael’s Cathedral in Kelowna. 


The Just for Laughs 2019 show at Kelowna Community Theatre on Wednesday was a stark reminder of how much we miss Rick Mercer.

An Armstrong theatre company is betting you’ve never seen the Christmas classic, The Nutcracker, while riding a sleigh.

As temperatures begin to fall and we wait for snow to do the same, I am preparing for the seasonal changes by battening down the hatches of all things pertaining to summer play, and smiling knowing winter is on its way.

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As temperatures begin to fall and we wait for snow to do the same, I am preparing for the seasonal changes by battening down the hatches of all things pertaining to summer play, and smiling knowing winter is on its way.

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Some students from Rutland Secondary School in Kelowna now have CBC-TV Dragons’ Den money to take their plastics recycling enterprise up a notch.

A play about persecution of Christians and one man’s 14-year ordeal of torture, imprisonment and starvation in communist Romania will be presented Nov. 16 in Lake Country.

Leading up to Nov. 11 when we gratefully, and with respect, honour Remembrance Day and what this day actually means, I hope you had a chance this week to visit the fields of crosses located at the east end of Veendam Walkway in City Park, near the Cenotaph where where the annual Remembrance …

Marking its 40th anniversary, Chamber Music Kelowna continued its season-long celebration in fine style Saturday night by hosting a return visit from a perennial audience favorite, the St. Lawrence String Quartet.

Rock like it's the 1970s when riff-masters Black Mastiff comes to Kelowna to play at Fernando's Pub on Nov. 15.

Mr. Downchild and his long-time musical cronies in Downchild Blues Band carried an incredible 50-year history into Kelowna Community Theatre on Thursday night.

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