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Chorus boasts 100 members

The singers come from opposite ends of the spectrum, but happily meet in the middle when it comes time to raise their collective voice in song.

Clara and Clara excited over coveted role

The whispering of the walls and dance studios is almost palatable as you enter the short foyer.

Polytechnique women remembered Friday at Parkingson Centre

It has been 24 years since 14 young women were murdered at L'Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal on Dec. 6, 1989, and a Kelowna remembrance will be held Friday at Parkinson Recreation Centre.

OK Festival Singers kick off Christmas season

The Okanagan Festival Singers, under the direction of Leroy Wiens, presented An Okanagan Christmas on Saturday, a joyous celebration of the coming season. The program was a veritable cornucopia of familiar, well-loved Christmas carols and songs

Babes, Baubles & Bevies raising money for worthy cause

The scarecrow in the motion picture The Wizard of Oz sang "If I only had a brain," then he could do so many things. We take our thoughts and the control we have over them for granted.

Life is a game and love is the trophy

My step-great grandmother, Alice Osmachenko, celebrated her 101st birthday on Nov. 24, cheering for her favourite team in the Canadian Football League's season finale game.

Ogre will delight Kelowna audience

What's really big, really green, belches, rubs his butt and makes everyone love him? Who else, but Shrek, the most likeable ogre in all the land.

Chaos, life & music

Ask Stephen Fearing why he went seven years between solo records and he feels compelled to edit down his response. Which is a good thing, because otherwise it might have taken up most of the interview.

Musicians combine for splendid concert

Chamber Music Kelowna presented its second concert of the season last Friday, with tenor, Benjamin Butterfield, pianist Arthur Rowe and the Lafayette String Quartet offering an eclectic mix of music.

Opera Kelowna, OK Symphony pool talents

An enchanting and long-standing Christmas tradition, Amahl and the Night Visitors combines the best of stirring music and storytelling.

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