Trailer pulled from family flick screenings in B.C. after dad complains

A preview for an upcoming film starring Amy Schumer left the parents feeling horrified

  • Apr 11th, 2018

ArtsAlive installations start popping up in Oak Bay

ArtsAlive 2018 officially launches with artwork and pianos in place by June

Laketown Rock fest returns with Colin James, Big Wreck, Collective Soul

Second annual event in Cowichan Valley set for the second weekend of summer

Story of Sam Cooke
A Christmas Carol at the Belfry Theatre
Onegin fills the Belfry Theatre
The Handmaid's Tale more believable in Trump era: Atwood

TD Victoria International Jazzfest releases 2018 concert schedule

From blues to bluegrass to jazz in all its forms, JazzFest has something for everyone

Theatre stops showing Amy Schumer movie trailer after B.C. father complains

It ran before a family-rated movie where children could see it

Not a rumour: Lindsey Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac part ways

Buckingham will not be on the band’s new tour

  • Apr 10th, 2018

Nanaimo’s inaugural poet laureate Naomi Beth Wakan retiring from public work

Wakan will host a final haiku workshop at the Nanaimo Museum this weekend

Join the Stampede to hear iconic rockers

Original three Stampders playing Nanaimo, Duncan, Courtenay and Campbell River

CCPA: Working for their year-end show

Canadian College of Performing Arts presents Working, April 26 to 28

  • Apr 7th, 2018

Surprise! Baby No. 3 is a girl for Kate Hudson and boyfriend

The baby will be Hudson’s third child and first with Fujikawa

  • Apr 6th, 2018

Author recounts ‘Cross Canada Adventures: Two Journeys a Lifetime Apart’

Qualicum Beach writer Ralph Martin reads from new book at Nanaimo North Library

Review: ‘Chappaquiddick’ examines the ripples of a scandal

Chappaquiddick has long loomed the political imagination as a kind of definitive yet murky scandal

  • Apr 5th, 2018

Bill Cosby trial judge delivers two big victories to defence

Lawyers can call a witness who says the accuser talked about framing a celebrity

  • Apr 3rd, 2018

Deadline to save Vancouver’s Rio Theatre extended to April 16

Operators say zoning changes have attracted developers who want to tear down The Rio for a project

  • Apr 3rd, 2018

Canada’s North seen through Bowser painter’s work in new book

Ken Kirkby’s North shows the results of his love for Canada’s colder places

Nanaimo comedian Peter Hudson hosting comedy fundraiser at the Queens

Hudson recently performed at Just for Laughs NorthWest in Vancouver

Shambhala announces 2018 lineup

Claude VonStroke, Feed Me, Destructo on the list

  • Apr 2nd, 2018

Tale of missing fried rice sheds light on the office politics of a shared fridge

A story about a missing lunch is captivating social media

  • Apr 2nd, 2018