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Nanaimo’s Hub City Cinema Society re-brands as CineCentral Filmmakers Society

Name change comes as part of regional filmmakers’ group’s new five-year plan

Nanaimo painter inspired by medieval animal illustrations in new exhibition

Yvonne Vander Kooi to unveil ‘Bestiary’ via Gallery Merrick live-stream

Nanaimo man scores viral hit with stop-motion tribute to ‘Schitt’s Creek’

Todd Cameron used vintage Fisher Price toys to create one-minute music video

Case of missing Nanaimo woman inspires new true crime podcast

‘Island Crime’ Season 1 covers 2002 disappearance of 21-year-old Lisa Marie Young

Nanaimo psychedelic rock duo releases 30-minute instrumental track

‘The Archaeus Cycle’ reflects on life during COVID-19 and the healing capability of music

VIU online cooking show keeping students connected during COVID-19 pandemic

‘Culture Kitchen’ features students making dishes from their home countries

Nanaimo drag queen organizes benefit show for hospitals and performers

Suga Honey Iced Tea to feature nine drag artists from Nanaimo, Victoria and Vancouver

Nanaimo’s Festival of Banners to proceed with old banners due to COVID-19

Banner painting studio forced to close early after opening in March

‘Couch Fest’ organized to support performing artists on Gabriola Island

Gabriola Island Chamber of Commerce plans three-day festival as an online fundraiser

Gabriola artist and friends sew 75 nurses’ caps to donate to VIU nursing grads

Elizabeth Shefrin hopes to continue project on a larger scale

Nanaimo teen dancers returning to ‘World of Dance’ reality show for second year

Jacksun Fryer and Deeya Sharma among those competing for $1-million prize

Nanaimo artist creating children’s video series about a self-isolating mouse

Adrienne Bouchard Langlois addresses coronavirus with delicacy for young audience

Nanaimo author inspired by Norse mythology, Rocky Mountains in first book

Joshua Gillingham launches new trilogy with debut novel ‘The Gatewatch’

Nanaimo’s Lauren Spencer-Smith looks back on ‘American Idol’ experience

Teen singer reached Top 20, made lifelong friendships and improved her skills

VIU visual art grads hold final exhibition online due to COVID-19

‘Pandemonium’ features more than 100 works by 17 graduating students

Nanaimo writers unable to meet in-person compose story via chain letter

Author Marie Rickwood started project with friends from Probus Club memoir writing group

Nanaimo author highlights history-making Vancouver Island women in first book

Haley Healey presents ‘On Their Own Terms: True Stories of Trailblazing Women of Vancouver Island’

‘Experimental’ music and art venue in Nanaimo closes due to COVID-19

The White Room announced it was shutting down in a Facebook post on Sunday

Lantzville fiddler releases new album on his 18th birthday

Quin Etheridge-Pedden to launch ‘Out of the Blue’ with live-streamed concert