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Two Kamloops podcasters awarded $10,000 each

Two Kamloops podcasters awarded $10,000 each

Two Kamloops podcasts have received grants for $10,000 through the Telus Storyhive program. Storyhive's first-ever podcast edition has awarded the producers of Marigolds & Juniper and The Love Legacy each with $10,000 to produce three episodes.
Chamber Musicians of Kamloops rise to pandemic’s challenge

Chamber Musicians of Kamloops rise to pandemic’s challenge

The latest concert — Bonjour Printemps — can be viewed online until April 3 at 10 p.m.
CFBX radio celebrates 20 years on the air

CFBX radio celebrates 20 years on the air

Tune in to 92.5 FM or go online to thex.ca on April 2 to listen to a special one-hour retrospective show. It will air four times: 8 a.m., noon, 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Library names screenwriter as next writer-in-residence

Library names screenwriter as next writer-in-residence

Kamloops born-and-raised screenwriter Ken Hegan will begin his term in the fall
Kamloops Film Festival drive-in lineup revealed

Kamloops Film Festival drive-in lineup revealed

The film lineup has been named for part of the upcoming Kamloops Film Festival, which is divided into two parts this year. Some films will be screened online while others will show at the Twin Rivers Drive-in on McArthur Island.
Artist and her work enjoy homecoming in Kamloops

Artist and her work enjoy homecoming in Kamloops

Martha Jane Ritchie works with various media, including pencil, pastel, charcoal, paint, textiles and linocut printing.
Review: Scott Massey's A Marker to Measure Drift, at the KAG

Review: Scott Massey's A Marker to Measure Drift, at the KAG

A Marker to Measure Drift confronts us with our place in the universe and our responsibility to the celestial body we call home. In the world of ever-advancing personal device technology, Massey reminds us to, every so often, look up.
Francis artwork focus of exhibit at The Vic

Francis artwork focus of exhibit at The Vic

From March 22 to April 23, Tim Francis' work will show at The Vic, downtown at Victoria Street and Fourth Avenue. A virtual opening to display his work online will be held on Monday, 23, at 7 p.m.
Radio Edit: How the Voice of America was nearly squelched

Radio Edit: How the Voice of America was nearly squelched

With Donald Trump's constant attacks on the media in the four years he served as president, it wasn't too surprising that he often tried to influence the media to praise him instead of criticize him.
Grants up to $5,000 available to aspiring B.C. and Yukon filmmakers

Grants up to $5,000 available to aspiring B.C. and Yukon filmmakers

B.C. and Yukon residents have until April 15 to apply for the National Film Board's Filmmaker Assistance Program.