Kristin Froneman

Sister speaks from the field to the stage

Okanagan-born field hockey player Sherri Anne has made a successful transition to music with her band Sister Speak.

Splash brings infusion of cash

The spirit of the celebrated artist Sveva Caetani was felt Thursday at the fifth annual A Splash of Red fundraiser in Vernon.

Travel back in time for OSO fundraiser Ladies and Lace

Ladies and Lace takes place at the Mackie Lake House Sunday, Aug. 28 from 2 to 5 p.m.

Party on high as Vernon parkade opens to art

Vernon Public Art Gallery moves on up for its eighth annual Riot on the Roof.

AT RANDOM: Hey Gord, thanks

It was at the nearby Molson Park in Barrie, and the band was playing a special MuchMusic Canada Day event.

Youth engaged in art

Youth artists-in-residence Maria Durfeld and Amy Hanfstingl prepare for exhibition at Vernon Community Arts Centre.

Artists splash on the red for Caetani

A Splash of Red fundraiser pays ode to the legacy left behind by the daughter of Vernon’s own Italian royal family.

Banjos and mandolins served up at Bluegrass on the Grass

Music lovers are about to get a whole lot of twang and fast-picking when the second Caetani Summer Music Series takes place July 22.

Shhh, there’s good art from up and down the Valley at Headbones

The magazine Canadian Art recently ran an article on a new place to keep an eye open for art – the Okanagan.

Art Wars: Old Guy vs: Young Guy hold paint-off in Vernon

Neil Erickson and Joshua Wallace try to out-paint one another in this epic battle being staged at Ericsson's Pottery Road studio.

Vernon filmmaker shows love with new independent film

A crew has set up around Vernon this week to film true-to-life love story, Crimsom and Blue.

Powerhouse enters Theatre on the Edge

Powerhouse Theatre's Parental Guidance previews in Vernon before going to the short-play festival in Salmon Arm.

Violinist quits her day job to tour her new music

Singer-songwriter Raine Hamilton embarks on a new adventure that brings her to Vernon's Record City Tuesday, July 12.

Vernon art gallery celebrates a milestone this Midsummer’s Eve

A surprise is in store at this year’s 30th anniversary of the Vernon Public Art Gallery’s art auction/garden party.

Live music returns to downtown Vernon for summer

Downtown Vernon is about to go live once again, with the return of Civic Sounds and Jammin’ in Justice for the months of July and August.

Big Sugar puts the years in front of them

The lights are still on for Canada’s blues-rock-reggae legends, who headline the Funtastic Music Festival in Vernon July 2.

The bandit and postmaster meet at O’Keefe Ranch

Join Billy Miner, Cornelius O’Keefe and others at the Cowboy Dinner Show every Friday in July and August at O'Keefe Ranch.

Windmills hopes to keep moving after computer stolen

Vernon musician Cory Myraas (aka Windmills) had his laptop computer, containing all his music files, stolen during a cancer fundraiser.

Vernon artist hosts a vernissage to open new studio

Linda Wadley is welcoming the public to help christen her new Moods and Motions Art Studio in Vernon's East Hill.

Camp offers theatrical experience for kids

Missoula Children’s Theatre is returning to Vernon to help stage The Frog Prince.