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Victoria Film Festival runs throughout the week

82 films will be presented between Feb. 7-17

Tofino author’s new book reflects on life before Highway 4 ever existed

Poetry, stories and photos capture the roots of Tofino and Ucluelet

Musician seeking artists to join newly revived Vancouver Island record label

James Kasper’s Mighty Speck Records is back after a two-year hiatus

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ShowBiz Minute: Efron, Gilbert, Box Office
Stranger Things 3 breaks record on Netflix
Actress Felicity Huffman arrives at Boston court
Raccoon scales tall building

‘Bringing the outside in:’ Vancouver Island artist finding new landscapes to paint

Nanoose Bay’s Kelly Corbett and her work bringing adventures to life

Campbell River’s Vogue Villains take another shot at CBC Searchlight

Band didn’t make it through the first round last year, but say there’s ‘zero downside’ to entering

‘Anne of Green Gables — The Ballet’ makes Vancouver Island debut

A beloved Canadian novel comes to dancing life in Duncan and Campbell River

  • Feb 4, 2020

Tony-award winning musical comes to Oak Bay

Canadian College of Performing Arts brings The Light in the Piazza to the stage

Words on the Water an event for readers

19th edition of Campbell River event celebrating the written word expected to sell out

Wildlife Photographer of the Year: Images to warm the heart and shock the viewer

Annual exhibition, opening Feb. 14, on loan to Royal BC Museum from London Museum of Naural History

  • Feb 1, 2020

Remembering Gus Modeste through his remarkable talents

Exhibit and sale on until Feb. 4 a must-see for art lovers

‘Nothing else feeds my soul like that’: Vancouver Island artist

Coombs artist Kat Cearns paints whimsical, colourful ‘animals doing people things’

Vic Film Fest: Fresh perspectives for 2020

New head programmer Kinga Binkowska brings new ideas, international experience to bear

VIDEO: Saanich family falls short of $10K payout on ‘Family Feud Canada’

The Charania family won $810, will get second chance to take home $10K

Jewish-themed art festival comes to Gabriola after anti-Semitic graffiti incident

You’ve Got a Friend: A Festival of Jewish and Gabriolish Art, Words and Music happening Feb. 7-9

Record produced by Courtenay’s Doug Cox earns Juno nomination

He worked with fiddler April Verch in Nashville on classic country record

WATCH: Bedouin Soundclash opening their 2020 tour in Victoria

One of the 2000s’ biggest bands touring in support of 2019 release, MASS

  • Jan 28, 2020

Award-winning documentary shares the modern story of Vancouver Island First Nation

Broadcast premiere of Huu-ay-aht documentary Coming Home will take place Jan. 29

Vancouver Island artist’s mask heading to prestigious U.S. museum

John and Peggy Varnedoe purchased the piece and have donated it to the Burke Museum in Seattle.

Africa, late brother inspire artist Monica Meyer Huisamen

Comox Valley-based sister of noted South African painter showcasing her work

Cowichan Musical Society brings ‘Mamma Mia!’ to Duncan

Abba hits come to life as Cowichan Theatre transforms into a Greek Island