Beth Hendry-Yim

Nanaimo app developers win gold in competition

NANAIMO – Shawn Adrian and Gavin Vickery won Evernote's DevCup 2013.

Puns and parodies

NANAIMO – Knights of the Round Table ride into Nanaimo as part of Schmooze Productions’ Spamalot

Chamber music festival returns to era of romanticism, mystery

NANAIMO – Two-day event happens downtown Friday and Saturday (Nov. 1-2).

Technology takes viewer into character’s imagination

NANAIMO – In Other Words theatre company utilizes video in production of Muse.

New venue aims for class and sass

NANAIMO – Nanaimo exposes its classier side in a suit-and-tie burlesque affair at the new Voodoo Lounge.

Vulnerable women lend their voices

NANAIMO – Fundraiser sees roller derby teams flex muscles to help HerArt project

Salmon festival in Nanaimo supports Tour de Rock

NANAIMO – Annual event highlights renewable and healthy resource.

Nanaimo parents hope baby’s legacy helps others

NANAIMO – Fundraiser helps pay for baby monitor at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital.

Triathlon goes to the dogs

NANAIMO – TriRuff K9 event sees handlers, dogs compete in biking, running and swimming race.

Classic cars on display for charity

NANAIMO – Custom built hot rods, muscle cars and antiques open for public to look at.

Canines and human companions ready to dance

NANAIMO – Local dog enthusiasts take part in annual Island Fling at Beban Park.

Class helps pick right pet

NANAIMO: Kennel club offers free class on choosing the right dog.

Council saddles up for tour

NANAIMO: City council tours equestrian association facilities.

Goal behind natural market to get people healthy

NANAIMO: Island Natural hosts raffle, celebration to mark milestone of two decades in business

VIEX 2012 peeks at past, future

NANAIMO: An exciting glimpse of the future and a whole lot of fun in between will be offered at the Vancouver Island Exhibition.

Nanaimo team wins at agility nationals

Soaring temperatures didn’t slow down Sugar and Tressia Toole at the Agility Association of Canada National Agility Trial this past weekend.

City aims to solve camping concerns for special events

Nanaimo policies currently do not allow any kind of camping on city-owned property; however, there are exceptions