Local Entertainment

Foreigner coming to Penticton this fall

After 40 years on stage, Foreigner is still going strong

Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Campaign

Heather Allen reviews Shattered, by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes

  • May 28th, 2017

Deadline looming for 10-Minute Play Contest

If you are planning to enter the Ryga Festival’s 10-Minute Play contest,…

Animalistic rock and roll comes to Vernon

A lion, a bear, and a fox walk into an audio equipment store

A change of perspective

The attention to detail that Mother Nature practices is impressive, but we are apt to lose attention

Book Talk: The value of entertaining non-fiction

Few non-fiction authors can create fresh, original work that reveals the world like never before

  • May 28th, 2017
Hands up for Caravan Farm Theatre


Music Monday


Music Monday


Unleashed BC SPCA blooper


When the crazy cousin comes to town

Cousin Harley is the hillbilly persona of Paul Pigat. And when they get together the good times roll

  • May 28th, 2017

Stripped-down theatrical performance

The mystery of theatre and folklore go hand-in-hand, but there’s more to it than meets the eye

  • May 26th, 2017

Street Sounds: Full throttle rock

Rock and roll renaissance man Steven Van Zandt kicks out the jams on his solo album, Soulfire

Reel Reviews: Same aliens, same situation, new thrills

In the near future, spaceships full of humans blast off from Earth to colonize distant worlds

  • May 26th, 2017

Caetani Cultural Centre announces summer music series

It may still seem like spring in the Okanagan, but summer is just around the corner

Hands up for Caravan Farm Theatre

Head out to Carvan Farm Theatre Saturday, May 27 for their fundraising event of the year

Vernon Public Art Gallery rings in four new exhibits

The Vernon Public Art Gallery is hosting an opening reception for four exhibits Thursday, May 25

Tall Tree offers hope to Pemberton ticket holders

Tall Tree Festival offers exchange ticket for fans with cancelled Pemberton tickets.

A new pottery wheel is spinning

The Okanagan Potters show runs June 2-3 at the Performing Arts Centre

Japanese film tells story of a broken family

The Vernon Film Society presents After the Storm Monday, May 29 at the Vernon Towne Cinema

  • May 24th, 2017

Vernon musicians make a splash at MMVAs

Vernon’s TassNata and SonReal are working hard to put the Okanagan on the hip hop radar

Dancing for Canadian diversity

Sadok Ukraine Dance Ensemble is inviting dance groups from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds

Advocacy through artwork

Art is more than just a visual experiment — it’s an advocate of peace