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Blue Grotto owner says at least eight COVID-19 cases connected to Oct. 14 concert at nightclub

Blue Grotto owner says at least eight COVID-19 cases connected to Oct. 14 concert at nightclub

David “Pup” Johnston decided to make the public and patrons aware of possible exposure through a post on the Grotto's Facebook page
Full programming lineup returns to CFBX

Full programming lineup returns to CFBX

Now, the hunt for volunteers is on at the campus/community radio station
Welcome to Kamloops This Week's Art Page of Oct. 20

Welcome to Kamloops This Week's Art Page of Oct. 20

Submissions can be sent via email to editor@kamloopsthisweek.com
Crossing Bridges exhibit is at Old Courthouse Cultural Centre in Kamloops

Crossing Bridges exhibit is at Old Courthouse Cultural Centre in Kamloops

The Crossing Bridges Outreach Show is on display in the KAC Main Gallery during October, which is Mental Health Month. The exhibit runs through Nov. 6
Heffley Creek Hall hosts Oct. 23 Open Mic Coffeehouse

Heffley Creek Hall hosts Oct. 23 Open Mic Coffeehouse

The Saturday, Oct. 23, Open Mic Coffeehouse at the Heffley Creek Hall will be the first such live event there in more than two years.
Kamloops author helps readers find Lost Kootenays

Kamloops author helps readers find Lost Kootenays

The book by Eric Brighton of Kamloops and co-author Greg Nesteroff of Nelson features more than 140 historical photos from the Kootenays
Paramount Theatre hosting a spooktacular series of films

Paramount Theatre hosting a spooktacular series of films

Patrons must be fully vaccinated to see films at the Paramount Theatre, per provincial health guidelines. Proof of vaccine is required along with a piece of identification
Western Canada Theatre unveils its new season, which begins on Oct. 29

Western Canada Theatre unveils its new season, which begins on Oct. 29

The 2021-2022 season will be presented in three parts: the Courage series, Heart series and a trio of special presentations
As film production grows in Kamloops, a debate emerges on regulating shoots

As film production grows in Kamloops, a debate emerges on regulating shoots

On Oct. 6, city council approved a new film permitting bylaw
Radio Edit: Vitriol toward journalists the reason behind CBC Facebook comment ban

Radio Edit: Vitriol toward journalists the reason behind CBC Facebook comment ban

Over the summer of 2021, CBC News took a bold step and banned comments on any stories it published on Facebook. Initially, it was a one-month experiment, but it has expanded into a four-month exercise, set to expire on Oct. 31.