Kristin Froneman

Forever Young, whether on the stage or skis

George Young is not only a well-known Vernon actor, he has helped many ski down Silver Star’s slopes

Europe comes to Lumby

Lumby’s Village Gallery gets a European look with the paintings of Amber Kusmer

Caetani artist in residence picks up the pieces

Ceramics artist Kristina Brandeus Kirkkopelto emerges from breakup with decorative artware intact

Manfred’s Guitar makes its return to the Okanagan

The former Shaw TV program is coming to the stage, live at Vernon’s Gallery Vertigo April 1.

From Glory to Telemetry

Shay Kuebler’s dances are more than just movement, they have a message

AT RANDOM: Thank you for reading

Morning Star arts-entertainment editor Kristin Froneman says her farewells

Group to wake Vernon up to new hip hop sounds

“Banging beats, killer rapping and soulful singing” describes Wake the Dead

Students to share Good Will over Shakespeare

Summerland’s long-running Shakespeare festival is coming to Vernon

Play looks at controversial subject with humour

Arthur Milner’s Getting to Room Temperature, in Vernon March 22, could not be more timely or poignant

Vernon band named Top 25 finalist in CBC’s Searchlight contest

Vernon’s //AMISTAD// keeps moving up thanks to #localpower

Mariachi provides cultural connection

Vancouver’s Mariachi Los Dorados tears down the walls to celebrate the heritage and culture of Mexico

Theatre Review: Singing to the heavens

Jesus Christ Superstar at Vernon’s Trinity United had us all singing hallelujah

T-shirt sale-music night supports important cause

Young Vernon artist Noah MacLeod to sell his self-designed tees at Record City event

A record 45 years in the making

Vernon’s Craig Carmody finally sees the release of his band Heat Exchange’s album, four decades later.

Journey to the heartland with Celtic Cara

Choir brings emotional mix of traditional and contemporary music to inaugural concert in Vernon

Vernon’s Gallery Vertigo shows off its new space

The Almost Famous auction opens the door to new exhibits and programming at the artist-run gallery.

The Silver Screen Scoundrels reel the blues in Vernon

Brandon Isaak and Keith Picot not will only play acoustic blues but will screen their silent films.

Theatre Review: The journey is worth the wait at Jasper Station

Vernon’s Powerhouse Theatre stages the fun, funny and thoughtful Norm Foster-Steve Thomas musical.

See and hear why these piano men are still standing

Ryan Langevin is part of tributes to ABBA, Elton John and Billy Joel, coming to Vernon Feb. 25

Vernon cinema holds Oscars party

Walk the red carpet when the Academy Awards are broadcast live at the Vernon Towne Cinema