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Theatrical choices

Theatrical choices

Observer building housed many memories

Observer building housed many memories

In the very back of the basement was the furnace and the chimney. My close encounter with death happened when I had to go check the clean-out for the chimney. I opened it up and saw what appeared to be a skull. I freaked out and ran upstairs to tell the foreman, Graham Redman, that there was a skull in the chimney.
Group pumps up pulse

Group pumps up pulse

Explosive and pulsating, ambient and flowing at times, Australia’s Ganga Giri is bringing its pumping percussive multi-layered experience of complex grooves and raw, deep natural sound to the Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival, Aug. 19 to 21.
Singer spreading his musical message

Singer spreading his musical message

The kids loved it and now parents can hear why. Kelowna singer-songwriter Ryan Donn performed his How do you Follow a Dream program in elementary and middle schools in School Dstrict #83 last month.

Linking breath and well-being

Your journey begins with one breath.

Tales from the trenches of an aspiring actress

If ever the old adage, “when things get tough, the tough get going” applied to anyone, it’s 2004 Salmon Arm Secondary grad Danielle Barker.
History in good hands

History in good hands

It happens once in a museum curator/archivist’s lifetime. Decades of visual records belonging to the community’s longest publishing newspaper are gifted to the community archives and Salmon Arm Museum staff member Deborah Chapman is still grinning.

Federated looks to future

It’s all about the employees.
Vintage pedal adds new sound

Vintage pedal adds new sound

SAGA Jazz hits a national note at Thursday, Feb. 10 when the Toronto-based Griffith Hiltz Trio plays the SAGA Public Art Gallery.

Flu season settles into the Shuswap

Get out the tissues and hot fluids, the flu is on the way.