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Respect, love of wildlife shows in cartoonist's latest collection

Respect, love of wildlife shows in cartoonist's latest collection

Don’t be fooled by the title of this book — you don’t need to be an idiot to enjoy the work of Adrian Raeside.
The Offspring continue to roll; will make their Victoria debut on Sunday

The Offspring continue to roll; will make their Victoria debut on Sunday

Victoria's Art d'Ecco: Avant-pop provocateur

Victoria's Art d'Ecco: Avant-pop provocateur

Singer's on-stage persona has evolved through a variety of iterations
UVic alumna wins CBC Poetry Prize

UVic alumna wins CBC Poetry Prize

Bren Simmers, who has a undergraduate degree from the University of Victoria, won the CBC Poetry Prize for her poem Spell World Backwards.
Blue Rodeo's cross-Canada tour brings the legendary roots-rock act to Victoria

Blue Rodeo's cross-Canada tour brings the legendary roots-rock act to Victoria

Many A Mile is Blue Rodeo’s first album in more than five years, a stretch that gave the band some time to let their new material breathe.
Critic's picks: The Blue Stones; Cult After Dark; Being Robert Schumann

Critic's picks: The Blue Stones; Cult After Dark; Being Robert Schumann

Our Arts reporter's top picks for the week ahead: The Blue Stones play Capital Ballroom; Cult After Dark lights up the screen at The Vic Theatre; and the Victoria Symphony takes on Robert Schumann
Book takes a closer look at some B.C. murder mysteries

Book takes a closer look at some B.C. murder mysteries

Langham Court returns with first in-house theatre production since 2021

Langham Court returns with first in-house theatre production since 2021

Director Tony Cain and his team had only five weeks to get Almost, Maine — the first in-house production at Langham Court in over a year — ready to open.
Poetry book traces memories of warmth, loss from immigrant's journey to Canada from Iran

Poetry book traces memories of warmth, loss from immigrant's journey to Canada from Iran

Intended as a work that would give more context to the story of Iranian-Canadian families, it's taken on another dimension in light of this year's protests
Fiddle legends bring Christmas tour to Vancouver Island

Fiddle legends bring Christmas tour to Vancouver Island

Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy — with seven kids in tow — have arranged five dates on Vancouver Island for their Celtic Family Christmas
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