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New B.C. crime novel paints dark portrait of small-city life

New B.C. crime novel paints dark portrait of small-city life

Sam Wiebe's Ocean Drive is a hard-boiled narrative of gang warfare, violence and murder
Sizzling line-up announced for Salmon Arm summer concert series

Sizzling line-up announced for Salmon Arm summer concert series

Wednesday on the Wharf returns in July
Get your honky-tonks ready for new Nashville-style music festival in Lake Country

Get your honky-tonks ready for new Nashville-style music festival in Lake Country

A new music festival is set to take over Lake Country in a couple weeks
Creativity, imagination takes over at Penticton's HaHaHa KidzFest

Creativity, imagination takes over at Penticton's HaHaHa KidzFest

Kids from across the Okanagan and Similkameen take in action-packed event
Pat Sajak’s Wheel of Fortune stops spinning after 41 years

Pat Sajak’s Wheel of Fortune stops spinning after 41 years

Vanna White will be back next year with Ryan Seacrest filling Sajak’s role
Young American music lover interviews Kelowna teen rock band

Young American music lover interviews Kelowna teen rock band

A nine-year-old from the U.S. tracks down a Kelowna band for an interview
New ‘Hunger Games’ novel, ‘Sunrise on the Reaping,’ coming next year

New ‘Hunger Games’ novel, ‘Sunrise on the Reaping,’ coming next year

Suzanne Collins says new work inspired by the modern scourge of misinformation
B.C. violin virtuoso honoured to perform at coronation of King Charles III

B.C. violin virtuoso honoured to perform at coronation of King Charles III

Tetsuumi Nagata was one of three violists at Westminster Abbey for last year’s occasion
TV gets cooking with Pamela Anderson among new Canadian offerings

TV gets cooking with Pamela Anderson among new Canadian offerings

Bryan Baeumler also in Corus fall/winter plans to focus on unscripted Canadian content
Stanley Cup viewing party to take place at Kelowna’s Prospera Place

Stanley Cup viewing party to take place at Kelowna’s Prospera Place

Watch game one of the cup finals on the 32-foot screen for just $10; all proceeds going to the YMCA