Entertainment

Touring exhibit from Royal B.C. Museum highlights First Nations languages

Qualicum Beach Museum will be home to a variety of interactive stations

REVIEW: ‘Grace and Glorie’ a moving tale of death and friendship

Two women convey characters convincingly and with humour

Trio of award-winning musicians to visit Parksville

A ‘collaborative evolution’ spanning musical genres

ECHO Players present ‘Grace and Glorie’ in Qualicum Beach

Directed by Kelly Barnam, the play is a touching comedy about love and loss

The Bills to play Errington Hall

The folk super-group will take the stage on Oct. 12

Thanksgiving Studio Tour returns to Nanoose Bay

The annual event will feature three new artists

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Rock art at Parksville's beach
Stranger Things 3 breaks record on Netflix
Actress Felicity Huffman arrives at Boston court
Raccoon scales tall building

Guitar-makers to gather in Errington

Islands Luthiers Guild Show celebrating eighth year

‘Joker’ laughs its way to October box office record

Warner Bros. said “Joker” grossed an estimated $93.5 million in ticket sales from 4,374 screens in North America

Ginger Baker, Cream’s volatile drummer, dies at 80

His daughter Nettie confirmed that Baker died in Britain

‘Interesting mixture of emotions’: Scott Moir reflects on final tour with Tessa Virtue

The Canadian figure skating champions will be skating through B.C. for Rock the Rink tour

Gem show to rock Parksville for another year

Amateur geologists can get their fix Oct. 5-6

Spill that Wine: B.C. wineries growing up gracefully

Chris Herbert talks all things wine

  • Oct 3, 2019

New David Suzuki film screens in Parksville

’Beyond Climate’ will include a panel and audience discussion

Syrian guitar quartet to play Parksville fundraiser for refugee family

The Orontes Guitar Quartet plays Knox United on Oct. 4

VIDEO: First film about Thai cave rescue to premiere this weekend

“The Cave” is set to debut at the Busan Film Festival in South Korea

Errington painter reclaims the ‘Gray Cup’ after almost a decade

Dan Gray wins back namesake trophy in Steveston art competition

Blues singer, who grew up in Errington and Bowser, wins big in Nashville

Layla Zoe takes gold in ‘Unsigned Only’ songwriting competition

Qualicum Beach author tells the story of epic, treacherous maritime voyage

Captain John Voss launched from Victoria in 1901 and sailed around the world

Dancing through the years: Qualicum Beach School of Dance turns 20

Founder and owner Shari Selva reflects on years of memories, growth