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Mandy Moraes

Mandy Moraes

I joined Black Press Media in 2020 as a multimedia reporter for the Parksville Qualicum Beach News, and transferred to the News Bulletin in 2022 as a reporter and arts editor. Community news is vital to not only keep people well-informed about the happenings closest to home but to help create a shared culture. I'm always interested in arts, LGBTQ and Indigenous-focused stories. When not glued to my computer, I enjoy painting, doodling, drumming, and playing recreational dodgeball with the Nanaimo Sports and Social Club.

Phone
250-734-4623
Email
mandy.moraes@nanaimobulletin.com

Recent Work by Mandy

Non-profit offers improv classes in Nanaimo for skits and giggles

Non-profit offers improv classes in Nanaimo for skits and giggles

Ask For Improv students shows planned for July 12-13
Indigenous legend told through 'augmented reality' dance in Nanaimo

Indigenous legend told through 'augmented reality' dance in Nanaimo

Crimson Coast Dance Society's Infringing festival will take place July 9-14
Island writer pens zany book based on a family vacation in Mexico

Island writer pens zany book based on a family vacation in Mexico

Gary Trew's 'The Man with the Pink Sombrero' was released in January
Vancouver Island bluesman David Gogo releases rockin’ summer record

Vancouver Island bluesman David Gogo releases rockin’ summer record

'Yeah' saw a mid-June online release with a CD release set for July 5
Indigenous coming-of-age play gets ready for Island tour

Indigenous coming-of-age play gets ready for Island tour

Reconciliation Theatre's original play will be staged June 28-July 1 at Nanaimo's OV Arts Centre
Women storytellers plan to cause a little mischief in Nanaimo

Women storytellers plan to cause a little mischief in Nanaimo

'Summer Mischief and other Stories of Passion' will be performed at the Unitarian Hall June 23
Blues band will hold release party in Nanaimo for debut EP

Blues band will hold release party in Nanaimo for debut EP

James Vickers Band will play the Queen's on June 21
Nanaimo celebrates Pride parade and festival with colour and flair

Nanaimo celebrates Pride parade and festival with colour and flair

Hundreds of community members lined downtown streets and flooded Maffeo Sutton Park Sunday, June 9
B.C. violin virtuoso honoured to perform at coronation of King Charles III

B.C. violin virtuoso honoured to perform at coronation of King Charles III

Tetsuumi Nagata was one of three violists at Westminster Abbey for last year’s occasion
Nanaimo can celebrate Pride month with parade, festival and dances

Nanaimo can celebrate Pride month with parade, festival and dances

Pride parade and festival takes place June 9
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