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Lacrosse player inspires showing

Star Cinema takes up 13-year-old's suggestion, brings in Crooked Arrows

Yank comic loves Canada, and vice versa

Former host of Politically Incorrect is master satirist of left, right alike

Diverse repertoire in an idyllic setting

Music by the Sea, the annual summer festival that creates a busy seaside "music village" in tiny, scenic Bamfield, on the west coast of Vancouver Island, will launch its seventh season on Saturday.

Acts 'let it all hang out' in comedy show

Comedian says she doesn't have to worry about being 'too gay'
Tips for getting kids out of your bed

Tips for getting kids out of your bed

Last week, a mother asked for suggestions for dealing with her almost six-year-old daughter, who still climbs into bed with her parents every night.

When your gut is wrong

Sometimes the doctor really does know best when it comes to kids' health

Summer no reason to miss a beat

Victoria Conservatory of Music Summer Series When/where: July 2 to Aug. 24; piano concerts at Phillip T. Young Recital Hall, all others at Alix Goolden Hall or Wood Hall Tickets: $15-$25 and by donation. At the VCM office (900 Johnson St.
Let there be light at the old schoolhouse

Let there be light at the old schoolhouse

Cowichan Valley residents and former students of the Cowichan Station elementary school have turned to an unusual fundraiser to raise money for windows for their old school.

Night of indulgence for cranky bride-to-be

With less than a month to go before our wedding, I've started noticing troubling changes in my fiancée. She seems increasingly moody and irritable - quick to argue over the smallest thing.
Near-death experience leaves a new love of life

Near-death experience leaves a new love of life

Greg Marchand thinks every single day about the time he almost died. Now the Victorian has written a book about the experience.