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Critic's picks: Daniel Cook on tour; Victoria Beer Week at the Fernwood Inn; PUP with two shows at the Capital Ballroom

Critic's picks: Daniel Cook on tour; Victoria Beer Week at the Fernwood Inn; PUP with two shows at the Capital Ballroom

The Daniel Cook Trio plays at the Brentwood Bay Village Empourium, PUP takes over the Capital Ballroom, and you can test your beer smarts at a trivia showdown.
New awards celebrate arts and culture leaders in B.C.

New awards celebrate arts and culture leaders in B.C.

Lieutenant Governor’s Arts and Music Awards recognize exceptional leaders in the fields of visual arts, music or performance.
Casting call for Canadian version of Family Feud is open to Vancouver Island residents

Casting call for Canadian version of Family Feud is open to Vancouver Island residents

Family Feud Canada is looking for families — including contestants from Vancouver Island — to compete on a homegrown version of the popular U.S. game show.
B.C. performer advances to top 24 on American Idol

B.C. performer advances to top 24 on American Idol

Could his backflips take him to the finish line?
What's filming in B.C. this spring

What's filming in B.C. this spring

Recognize that background in your favourite TV show or movie? There's been an uptick of filming notices, street detours and neon arrows taped to street lamps, a sure sign of spring in Hollywood North.
Squamish Constellation Festival releases its full lineup

Squamish Constellation Festival releases its full lineup

The music festival is making a grand comeback after pandemic forced it into a hiatus.
North Van artist helps spread the joy with portrait of Bhangra-dancing sensation

North Van artist helps spread the joy with portrait of Bhangra-dancing sensation

Artist Emily Rubin, who was inspired by a Bhangra-dancing Yukoner’s message of joy, has been getting some of those good vibes returned after thousands of people responded to her artwork posted on social media.
Review: Belfry's Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes an inventive play that swims against the tide

Review: Belfry's Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes an inventive play that swims against the tide

Subversive drama chronicles the torrid entanglement between a middle-aged prof and his naive 19-year-old student.
North Van poet's book sales surge after TikToker's 'psychic' dream goes viral

North Van poet's book sales surge after TikToker's 'psychic' dream goes viral

Twenty years after its original run, a book by a North Vancouver poet is gaining popularity on TikTok.
Teacher-student relationship examined in Belfry production

Teacher-student relationship examined in Belfry production

The Belfry is just the second theatre company in Canada to stage Hannah Moscovitch's play Sexual Misconduct of the Middle Classes.