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British Drawings breaks records

The best-attended exhibition in the history of the Kamloops Art Gallery is winding up its popular run on March 26, with a guided tour.
Pressure on for competitors

Pressure on for competitors

Classical music filled the halls of Thompson Rivers University from Thursday to Saturday when the National Music Festival arrived in town.

Palette Two Palette Three Palette Four Paint your way out of doldrums

I know I've said it over and over again: The easiest way to update a space is to paint. But, for many, the hardest part isn't the painting - it's how to choose a liveable colour scheme for your rooms.

Find a space and make it your own

Like it or not, fall is on its way to Kamloops - and this is a great time to start planning our cold-weather hobbies: re-organizing supplies, dusting off tools and equipment, and perhaps even planning a specific area just for the hobby we love.
Artist thrown into business

Artist thrown into business

Lynne Woodruff is almost apologetic. "I had some shopping to do this morning," she says, walking through her pottery workshop, "or else I'd have something on the go. I usually get started at 8 a.m.
Singers don't take back seat

Singers don't take back seat

Valdy likes stepping to the background now and then. "I love playing with Gary (Fjellgaard). I get to play bass and sing harmonies, which is something I don't usually have the chance to do.

Molson staff drink for fires

An outpouring of support from Canada's leading brewery will be on tap next Thursday evening as Molson employees will fan out to bars throughout B.C. to rally support for residents affected by this summer's devastating forest fires.
Taking a wry (and bagels) look at sports

Taking a wry (and bagels) look at sports

Sports and art have had a long history together. However, few people combine them in quite the same way as Dr. Saul Miller.
Canada is in the cards

Canada is in the cards

There were a lot of postcards coming into the University College of the Cariboo over the summer, and Ila Crawford was happy to see them. Crawford is the co-ordinator of Plexiglas Postcards, an exhibit in the school's art gallery which opens today.

What's on

Today n Newfoundland singer Jackie Sullivan releases her debut album, Out of the Rain, at Sgt. O'Flaherty's, 339 St. Paul St., at 7 p.m.