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Interactive version of PAW Patrol coming to Victoria in April

Interactive version of PAW Patrol coming to Victoria in April

PAW Patrol Live! Heroes Unite ius coming to the Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre for shows at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on April 27 and 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on April 28.
Tangled relationship at heart of POV's production of Ainadamar

Tangled relationship at heart of POV's production of Ainadamar

The opera Ainadamar is a half-true tale that explores the complicated relationship between actress and poet. What is real? What’s imagined? That is a decision best left to the audience, according to soprano Miriam Khalil.
Review: Salute to Broadway offers an escapist night out

Review: Salute to Broadway offers an escapist night out

Guilty-pleasure revue samples musical theatre from Tin Pan Alley to present day.
Host Dylan Willows signs off from The Zone as he battles cancer

Host Dylan Willows signs off from The Zone as he battles cancer

Willows, 44, bid farewell to listeners on-air in an emotional broadcast
Port Renfrew's Song and Surf rides wave of enduring popularity

Port Renfrew's Song and Surf rides wave of enduring popularity

“We get sought out by quality acts that have heard about Song and Surf and want to play at it, rather than us reaching out to them,” says organizer Mike Hann
Garden City Grooves celebrates 10 funky years

Garden City Grooves celebrates 10 funky years

Garden City Grooves’ 10th anniversary celebration gets underway Thursday, and runs through the weekend at White Eagle Polish Hall in James Bay.
Critic's picks: Snotty Nose Rez Kids; Blue Whales; Mad Caddies

Critic's picks: Snotty Nose Rez Kids; Blue Whales; Mad Caddies

Times Colonist arts writer Mike Devlin picks his favourite upcoming events, including Snotty Nose Rez Kids at Capital Ballroom on Friday and Saturday.
Explore: Tour of Moss Cottage, lighthouse; public-art walks

Explore: Tour of Moss Cottage, lighthouse; public-art walks

Free upcoming events: Tour of Moss Cottage and lighthouse at Sooke museum; public-art walks in downtown Victoria
We are back: Victoria Film Fest wraps impressive 30th edition

We are back: Victoria Film Fest wraps impressive 30th edition

The Victoria Film Festival, which opened Feb. 2, scored an impressive 35 sell-outs during its 10-day run this year, the most of any Victoria Film Festival to date.
Lantzville singer Raymond Salgado finds own path to success

Lantzville singer Raymond Salgado finds own path to success

Raymond Salgado came to national recognition last year after making the finals of Canada’s Got Talent, wowing the judges and viewers at home with his soulful, soaring voice.