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Wisdom of the ages: First Nations artist mentors young carver in Whistler

Wisdom of the ages: First Nations artist mentors young carver in Whistler

Ed Archie NoiseCat returns to B.C. for solo exhibit in Whistler, where he'll also work on a 20-foot totem pole with Lil'wat carver Qawam Redmond Andrews
North Van actor has recurring role in Netflix’s adaptation of The Baby-Sitters Club

North Van actor has recurring role in Netflix’s adaptation of The Baby-Sitters Club

She was too young for the books, but could never be too old for the message.
North Van actor Nils Hognestad in spin-off of cult classic Psych series

North Van actor Nils Hognestad in spin-off of cult classic Psych series

Psych 2: Lassie Come Home, premiering July 15 on NBC's Peacock streaming service
Online comedy showcase raises money for North Van neighbourhood restaurant

Online comedy showcase raises money for North Van neighbourhood restaurant

Back in the relatively tranquil time also known as 2019, Ray Morrison retired after a long career. Then, as he puts it, a few months later everyone else sort of did as well. Or, at least, they found themselves stuck at home a whole lot more.
Bowen-raised musician Le Ren talks her upcoming EP, COVID-19 and social revolution

Bowen-raised musician Le Ren talks her upcoming EP, COVID-19 and social revolution

A pandemic hasn't stopped Lauren Spear, Le Ren, from releasing music
NORTH SHORE SHAKEDOWN: A moviegoer's guide to all theatres in North and West Vancouver history

NORTH SHORE SHAKEDOWN: A moviegoer's guide to all theatres in North and West Vancouver history

Mischief, matinees and murder: North Shore movie houses have seen it all
Massey Theatre sets the stage for the arts world's new normal

Massey Theatre sets the stage for the arts world's new normal

The doors of Massey Theatre are set to open again – but the new normal is going to look very different than the old one.
North Van author wins Federation of BC Writers' annual short story contest

North Van author wins Federation of BC Writers' annual short story contest

A North Vancouver writer has won an annual short story contest that sought submissions from the literary-minded across B.C. and Yukon.
North Van-born singer Maryze releases quarantine collaboration music video

North Van-born singer Maryze releases quarantine collaboration music video

She had planned to tour the world in 2020. Instead, she’s settling for bringing part of the world to everyone else.
North Vancouver poet pens haiku collection about living through COVID-19

North Vancouver poet pens haiku collection about living through COVID-19

Across three lines and 17 syllables, a North Vancouver writer has endeavoured to capture the spirit of what’s been dubbed “these uncertain times” using a certain poetic form.