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Artist shows talent for drawing

Sally Tatlow-Kennedy’s intricate works are being featured at Nadine’s Fine Art and Frames in Vernon.

Award winning filmmaker at UBCO this week

Director, scholar Min Sook Lee visits UBC Okanagan to present her film work

Life and times of Johnny Cash told in Ring of Fire

Adaptation of the Broadway musical makes its way to Vernon

Shuswap’s Word on the Lake festival welcomes all writers

One of B.C.’s largest writers’ festivals, the event takes place in SalmonArm May 19 to 21.

Vernon sings aloud for rock opera of biblical proportions

A 70-member chorus and 10-piece rock band are part of Jesus Christ Superstar

Gallery Vertigo is moving on to new location

Vernon’s artist-run gallery shows its new space at Almost Famous auction

Artists, bidders needed for Almost Famous auction

Vernon’s Gallery Vertigo is counting oncommunity support for its annual fundraiser

Reel Reviews: Let the Wick burn on Keanu Reeves’ action overlord

The action contiunes where it left off with John Wick: Chapter Two

Reading series welcomes published authors/poets

Writers Laisha Rosnau and Jay Ruzesky read from their works at the Bean Scene salon series

Art as Activism is part of Vernon gallery’s next Art After Dark

Draw out your inner activist when the Vernon Public Art Gallery hosts its next soirée.

Keep up with the Joneses in heart-warming film

Jean of the Joneses is reminiscent of the works of Woody Allen and Whit Stillman.

Snak the Ripper rises to the top of his game

Get ready for the next Snak attack when Vancouver rapper returns to Vernon Feb. 18

Pianist, tenor take centre stage for next North Okanagan Community Concert show

Sarah Hagen and Benjamin Butterfield play concert at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Feb. 26.

Pink Floyd tribute PIGS in Vernon Friday

PIGS is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the release of Pink Floyd’s 1977 classic album Animals.

Enliven all the senses at Vernon’s Art and Wine Gala

Imbibe on a culinary and artistic feast at North Okanagan Community Life Society’s ninth annual gala

Vernon music students tune up for festival

Vernon Registered Music Teachers festival starts with vocal students performing Feb. 17.

Caetani Cultural Centre receives funding

Home will have better access to public thanks to $75,000 Canadian Heritage Cultural Spaces Fund.

Catch the midnight train from Vernon to Jasper Station

Embark on a journey when Norm Foster musical Jasper Station stops at Vernon’s PowerhouseTheatre

Salsa your way to the Okanagan Symphony

OSO spices things up for Latin Fiesta at the Vernon Performing Arts Centre Sunday Feb. 19.

Reel Reviews: Indulge in some burgers and Rings

The Founder is good, but a bit vague. Rings is vague, but a bit good.