B.C. to let festival, stadium goers roam with free-range drinking

The Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival is one of B.C.
  • updated Feb 1, 2014 at 12:07 PM

The B.C. government is moving ahead with promised liquor reforms, promising free-range drinking at music festivals, stadiums and hotels as well as eventual sales in grocery stores.

Haida master Charles Edenshaw inspired modern artists

  • posted Oct 22, 2013at 2:00 PM

Bill Reid is known for bringing B.C. native art to the world. A new book and show celebrate the artist who inspired him, Charles Edenshaw

Textile artist donates to grandmothers’ cause

  • posted Jan 24, 2011at 1:00 PM

By Catherine Gilbert

A truly exceptional exhibit of textile art has been circulating the Western provinces for the past few months and is due to arrive at the Campbell River Museum Feb. 8.

Not only is the work exceptional, but the artists who produced the work did so with the intent of giving to a cause. In this case, the cause is one that has been taken up by participants in the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign - launched by the Stephen Lewis Foundation to financially assist grandmothers in Africa caring for children orphaned by HIV and AIDS.

Port Hardy Museum exhibit is in the can

  • posted Jan 24, 2011at 1:00 PM

Teresa Bird

Little robot beats ‘em all

  • posted Jul 28, 2008at 1:00 PM

By DNA Smith

“Wall-E” is the best animated film of the past 50 years.

There. I said it.

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