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The future of signatures

My 13-year-old son can't write his name and most of his buddies can't, either. My 10-year-old daughter and most of her friends can. 

Stand even, maybe not, stand tall, you betcha

It is people like Glenda Standeven who enable the Canadian Cancer Society to fund the valuable services they provide. And Standeven knows firsthand what that is all about. Not only is she a 26-year cancer survivor, but her husband Rick is a two-time survivor.

Designer Digs hopes to raise money for new hospices

Pain, suffering and personal loss are poignant and powerful emotions that can trigger the most empathetic of responses in others.

Movie making on the move in the Okanagan

The Kelowna Film Society (KFS) has announced its 2014 film scholarships and grants program in support of Okanagan filmmakers and students.

Jillian Harris attending home show

From floor to ceiling, one side of the house to the other, inside and out, if it's got something to do with renovating, building or decorating, this is the show to catch.

Actor Studio's Company to open on Wednesday

On Wednesday is the opening night of Kelowna Actors Studio's award winning show Company an adult-based musical written by Stephen Sondheim. I will tell you more next week but purely from consistency, this will be a hit. It runs March 26 until April 12 at a price point from $54 to $141. The latter includes dinner. 1379 Ellis St. or call box office on 250-862-2867. Looking forward to seeing this one.

Bringing the sound of Ireland to the masses

According to Eoin O'Meachair of Irish traditional group Caladh Nua, the band has a mission beyond just putting on a great live show.

Miss World Canada delegate hosting Variety fundraiser

Kelowna-based Miss World Canada 2014 Delegate Pooja Anand is hoping to put a sparkle in children's eyes by hosting a musical event on Thursday in support of Variety, The Children's Charity.

Ancestor inspires new CD

Jay Malinowski, lead singer and guitarist with Bedouin Soundclash, has seen plenty of recognition in his time fronting the rock/reggae outfit.

Writer vying for prize

Okanagan College English professor Dr. Alix Hawley has been named one of five finalists for the English 2014 CBC Short Story Prize.

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