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The Mavericks celebrated the band's 30th anniversary in musical style at Kelowna Community Theatre on Tuesday with a blast of rock 'n' roll, Tex-Mex, neotraditional country music, Latino, Big Band and rockabilly tunes, all blended into one rollicking performance.

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SPALLUMCHEEN — Fiery, artistic, dreamy, dark, and daring are some of the words to describe what Halloween revellers can expect when Caravan Farm Theatre hosts its 16th annual Walk of Terror. This year’s event will feature an all-new line-up of community-powered theatre installations, and for…

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Not that it was written in the audition pages, but any actor trying out for the role of Rocky in “Rocky Horror Show” must have known it included very small golden lame shorts.

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It's a strange path that has brought Canadian alternative country singer-songwriter, Leeroy Stagger to Kelowna.

Author Maria Lynch will talk about her first novel, Beneath the African Sun at the downtown Kelowna Library, Oct. 21 at 6:30 p.m.

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Ballet Kelowna will launch its 17th season with Dawn, a program of several different dance items at the Kelowna Community Theatre on Nov. 1-2 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets go on sale Friday for a Jim Cuddy concert set to take place at the Kelowna Community Theatre in January.

I am a big fan of autumn because that’s when my closet is once again stocked with cosy clothing, scarves and long socks. I love walking by Mission Creek, enjoying the changing colours of nature that get so vibrant and beautiful as the temperature decreases.

SPALLUMCHEEN—  Fiery, artistic, dreamy, dark, and daring are just some of the words to describe what Halloween revelers can expect when Caravan Farm Theatre hosts its 16th annual Walk of Terror.

The West Kelowna Shelter Society is marking World Homeless Day Oct. 10 with a screening of the documentary Us and Them at Westbank United Church.

A documentary that looks at our obsession with devices and social media will screen on Thursday at Staples in Kelowna as part of the Staples Spotlight series.

A documentary that looks at our obsession with devices and social media will screen on Thursday at Staples in Kelowna as part of the Staples Spotlight series.

Alexandra Babbel, founding artistic director of Opera Kelowna, will be leaving at the end of the year to work with the Canadian Music Festivals Adjudicators' Association.

The author of a new book that pokes fun at British Columbia will be in Kelowna on Oct. 31.

The only sound you’ll be hearing Saturday and Sunday at the Mary Irwin Theatre is the audience’s laughter when RAGMOP Theatre performs.

How many of us remember what we were doing at the age of 14? I certainly don’t have specific memories, but at a guess, most of us were finding our footing in high school, starting to establish our place in the social scheme of things, and playing at sports and other hobbies.

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Steve Smith, a creative Canadian actor, once envisioned his alter-ego, Red Green, as a 1978 summer-time replacement television show with the potential of lasting a year.

Juno Award-winning country singer Johnny Reid will be performing a Christmas show at the South Okanagan Events Centre on Friday, Dec. 13.

With many games not focusing on the single player experience, Control needs to highlighted as something special.

Chamber Music Kelowna is celebrating 40 years of concert presentations in Kelowna with its 2019-20 season. The series features some of the finest works in the chamber music, award-winning artists and the return of audience favourites.

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For her majestic tale of a young Chinese fisherman making a magical catch, Lake Country’s Samantha Jude Macpherson is in the running for the Writers’ Trust’s Journey Prize.

Canadian comedian Ron James will be an equal opportunity offender as he returns to the Kelowna Community Theatre Sunday, Sept. 22 at 7:30 p.m. as part of his “Full Throttle” tour.

A retrospective of the late artist Daphne Odjig is set to open Friday at 6 p.m. at the Kelowna Art Gallery on the week of what would have been her 100th birthday. Odjig is one of Canada’s most celebrated Indigenous painters and printmakers, and has often been referred to as “the grandmother …

TORONTO — “Room” author Emma Donoghue says auditions are well underway for the stage adaptation of her international bestseller about a young mother and boy held captive in a storage shed.

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