While people attending the Okanagan’s largest art show were captivated by original works from more than 200 Okanagan artists, the celestial-themed works of Kelowna artist Aaron K. Metz stood out just a bit more.
The three Bs — Bach, Beethoven and Brahms — will take the spotlight with pianist Jane Coop as the Okanagan Symphony Orchestra kicks off 59th season next week.
Hot on the heels of his induction in to the Canadian Music Hall of Fame alongside his ex-bandmates in Barenaked Ladies, singer-songwriter Steven Page has announced the release of the most forceful musical statement of his solo music career. Discipline: Heal Thyself, Pt. II, will be released …
The annual Field of Screams event at O’Keefe Ranch in Vernon promises to be even scarier this year with an extra haunted maze and a new professional set design.
Dwayne Danley of Armstrong applies finishing touches to a spoke for a decorative wagon wheel Friday at the Interior Provincial Exhibition in Armstrong. He also hand-manufactures working wheels. The IPE continues through Sunday, with gates open from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday’s official opening of the third annual Ryga Festival in Summerland began with a welcome from the Penticton Indian Band’s traditional knowledge keeper, Richard Armstrong.
Thirteen-year-old Amelie Baker of Oyama and her miniature pony First Knight Southern Belle took first place in the Driving Reignmanship competition Wednesday during the first day of the 119th annual Interior Provincial Exposition in Armstrong.
Ron Cosgrove, left, moves ahead of Mike Kiemele on the third turn of the miniature stagecoach races Wednesday at the 119th annual Interior Provincial Exposition in Armstrong. The IPE started Wednesday and continues through Sunday.
Self-described “experimental gloom rock” band Beth is embarking on a 13-date Canadian tour in support of their new single, Isolation. They will perform at Milkcrate Records in Kelowna on Sept. 5.
Quietly spoken, mild mannered with a kind and welcoming smile, this statuesque brunette stood at the threshold of my home with a box of chocolates to say thank you to me for taking the time to meet with her — even though this interview was my request as part of my series on Okanagan home-gro…
Rock the Lake 2018 ended on a high-pitched note Sunday night at Prospera Place. It also ended with an ongoing debate about the difference between a legitimate nostalgia band and tribute artists.
Self-described “experimental gloom rock” band Beth is embarking on a 13-date Canadian tour in support of their new single, Isolation. They will be performing at Milkcrate Records in Kelowna on Sept. 5.
Canadian rock ’n’ roll legend Randy Bachman performs for an appreciative crowd Friday night at the third annual Rock the Lake music festival outside Prospera Place in Kelowna. This year’s lineup again features a large number of Canadian classic rock bands over three days. Bachman performed a…
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is the fifth in a series of five interviews with select musicians performing at Rock the Lake, Aug. 10-12 at Prospera Place.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is the fourth in a series of five interviews with select musicians performing at Rock the Lake, Aug. 10-12 at Prospera Place.
Editor's Note: The following is the third in a series of five interviews with select musicians performing at Rock the Lake, Aug. 10-12 at Prospera Place.
The Kinga Heming Trio — Heming with Neville Bowman on keyboard and Bernie Addington on bass — was among the performers during Saturday evening’s Live! In Lake Country jazz concert at Swalwell Park. The free summer concert series features different musical acts each Saturday. Next up is an ev…
Const. Steve James won’t be able to participate in the Cops for Kids bike ride this year because he’s busy with a much more iconic police ride.
The setting was surreal as Juno-award-winning singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviasuk performed Thursday at Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards in Peachland. Propped up on risers at the edge of winery’s crush deck, the “Before You” singer was framed by Okanagan Lake and the slopes of Okanagan Mountain …
We’re constantly being told that “80 is the new 60.” The Okanagan Valley is blessed with some incredible seniors. In recognition of this, we’re dedicating today’s Okanagan Top 10 to some incredible individuals, doing incredible things, beyond the age of 80.