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Farmer's Daughter awed by peacekeepers

Farmer's Daughter loves performing for Canadian fans.

Frankenstein lives again at Westsyde

"It's alive!"

Bonnie Smith's next stop may be to hit big time

Bobbi Smith is hanging with some pretty big names these days.

KSO, choir join forces for memorable night

A large and enthusiastic audience enjoyed Kamloops Symphony Orchestra and the University College of the Cariboo choir in The Spirit of England by Edward Elgar on Saturday.

WCT auctions off experiences

How much is artwork by Robert Bateman worth or how about a whitewater rafting adventure for two? What these, and many other experiences, are worth is whatever someone bids on them at the Western Canada Theatre's (WCT) 26th annual Auction of Experienc

UCC theatre gets new home

The theatre arts at University College of the Cariboo got a big boost Friday.

Semisonic shows it still has right chemistry


Luther does Wall up Wright

With the first question of the interview, Luther Wright starts laughing.

Mainstage helps develop arts community

Kamloops could soon become a major centre for theatre in British Columbia, says Robb Mowbray.

Creativity thrives in Butland home

It's an art studio and a music studio in one.