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Elks book the Moody Judes

This Thursday, the Moody Judes bring on the heat at the Elks’ hall.
Artists venture outdoors for annual show in Comox

Artists venture outdoors for annual show in Comox

The big wild card is the weather. “It’s either a huge challenge or a huge bonus,” says Marg Selkirk. “We’ve had wind, rain and blazing hot sun, but most of the time it’s really pleasant.”
Live looper, beat boxer sure not busking any more

Live looper, beat boxer sure not busking any more

It’s hard to keep a low profile when you’re Dub FX.

XLR8 and others at Nautical Days

The Valley's own XLR8 brings their Rock n' Roll Extravaganza to the Marina Park this Sunday evening for a free concert.
Photographer Ross exploring idea of tattoos as art

Photographer Ross exploring idea of tattoos as art

Intrigued by the stories behind the ink, the art of tattooing and the finished product, Gordon Ross is looking for subjects to take part in his tattoo portrait project titled Tattoo + You: A Photo Story Of Body Ink.
Singers supporting worthy causes

Singers supporting worthy causes

Local songwriters Nathan Senner and Glenn Mitchell will share the stage on Tuesday at the Mex Pub.
People's Choice only latest in long list of art awards

People's Choice only latest in long list of art awards

“Myshree’s needle painting is absolutely incredible,” Corinne James, executive director of The Old Schoolhouse Gallery, said in a March interview with the Parksville-Qualicum Beach News.
Rhythm wrap-up

Rhythm wrap-up

Before tragedy struck just afterwards, the first Rhythm on the Rock music festival went quite well, its promoter said Monday.

Elks hosts funky Fractal

This Thursday, the Elks’ stage launches the funky soundscapes of the innovative group Fractal.

Sculptor opening his garden

Well-known Hornby-Denman potter and sculptor Bentley LeBaron presents his inside garden, a series of acrylic paintings aptly titled Voluptas this Thursday evening.