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2,500 years of sexism and misogyny in new multimedia show

Following sold-out Gabriola debut, Sheila Norgate’s ‘Fem Noir’ comes to Nanaimo’s Unitarian Hall

Nanaimo’s Bastion Gallery closing after 38 years

Custom framing and restoration business survived Jean Burns Building fire

Visually impaired Vancouver Island actor cast in show about a future without sight

Jefferson Halliday makes his television debut today in new Apple TV+ series ‘See’

Aftermath of 1958 disappearance of Vancouver Island pilot explored on stage

‘Our Ghosts’ tells story of playwright’s father’s plane crash and mother’s resilience

Vancouver Island-penned musical sluggish and proud of it

VIU theatre department debuts instructor’s original new musical, ‘SlugFest’

Port Theatre’s Spotlight series getting underway in Nanaimo

This year’s season includes music, dance, theatre and multimedia performances

Red Green says goodbye to Vancouver Island fans

Steve Smith on farewell tour for handyman persona he’s portrayed since 1979

Vancouver Island poet writes over Shakespeare

Sonnet L’Abbé explores colonial thought by superimposing her own poems over the sonnets of the Bard

Swollen Members rapper Madchild explores his Demons

Rapper’s new album reflects on his struggles with drug addiction as he preps for Nanaimo, Victoria

Nanaimo artists decorating beer jugs for Growler Howler charity auction

50 per cent of proceeds from art show at White Sails Brewing benefit Nanaimo and Area Land Trust

Nanaimo’s Summertime Blues Festival expanding its borders

Aug. 22-25 festival to feature performers from across Canada and the United States

Island play ‘Shield Maiden’ to make off-Broadway debut this fall

Playwright Melanie Teichroeb appealing to fans to help bring the play to New York

‘The Amazing Race Canada’ races across the mid-Island

Vancouver Island stops include Deep Bay Marine Field Station, Petroglyph park and Horne Lake Caves

Nanaimo is the next stop on ‘The Amazing Race Canada’

Episode will air on Tuesday, July 30 at 9 p.m. on CTV

Teen viral video star headlining first concert in hometown Nanaimo

Lauren Spencer-Smith, 15, has been recording new songs with Grammy-winning producer

Band brings multilingual interwar-era gangster songs to Nanaimo

Orkestar Kriminal’s newest CD has songs in Yiddish, Russian, Greek, Spanish and Pashto

Nanaimo Concert Band presents free show at Maffeo Sutton Park

Performance will feature ‘familiar and fun’ repertoire

Vancouver Island University jazz graduates win prestigious scholarship

Bassist Brock Meades and drummer Graham Villette get $2,000 Fraser MacPherson Scholarship

Nanaimo dancer to join ‘renowned’ European ballet company

Nico Janssen to teach classes at Vibe Studios before joining Royal Danish Ballet

Crime Writers of Canada present Cool Canadian Crime in Nanaimo

Five West Coast authors, including Nanaimo’s Ardelle Holden, to share their work