‘The Last Jedi’ opens with $220M, 2nd best weekend all-time

As anticipated, the movie fell shy of the opening weekend for J.J. Abrams’ 2015 franchise reboot

Tidesmen chorus brings ‘old fashioned’ cheer to Nanaimo

Lantzville-based ensemble to perform in Parksville and Nanaimo this weekend

Cedar United church concert to benefit Loaves and Fishes Food Bank

VIU prof and celtic singer Anna Atkinson holding fifth annual charity show

Nanaimo performer makes Yellowpoint Christmas Spectacular debut

Rose McNeil returns for first hometown performance in seven years

‘Wacky, crazy, cabaret act’ The Merkin Sisters comes to Nanaimo’s Port Theatre

Performerns Ingrid Hansen and Stéphanie Morin-Robert merge puppetry, dance and physical humour

Dover Bay Secondary School production of Mary Poppins
    Headliners production of Guys and Dolls
      Western Edge season begins with new local play, 'Run in Fields'
        Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra goes for baroque

          ‘Big Little Lies’ lead Golden Globes

          The nominees were announced from Beverly Hills after still-burning fires ravaged Southern California for the past week.

          VIDEO: ‘Last Jedi’ premiere kicks off with droids, Daisy Ridley

          Latests Star Wars film premiered in style ahead of Dec. 15 theatre debut

          Vocalists to make solo debuts at Malaspina Choir’s ‘Messiah’ show

          Elise Boulanger and Whitney Williams to share soprano duties at Christmas concert

          Winter Harp salutes the solstice in Nanaimo

          Medieval celtic group plays Christmas carols from the Dark Ages

          YouTube Canada Reveals the top videos of 2017

          From a sea lion that got a bit too frisky to a toddler stealing popcorn from Prince Harry - we watched it all

          B.C. hip hop artist signs with international label

          Family, music and money — in that order. That’s the mantra of Rory MacLeod, aka NOX

          ‘House of Cards’ to resume minus star Kevin Spacey

          In November, Netflix said it wouldn’t be involved with the series if Spacey remained

          Tempo brings Christmas enchantment to Nanaimo

          Nearly 100 dancers taking part in one of the studio’s biggest regular productions

          Headliners goes back in time with ‘Guys and Dolls’

          Production of 1950 musical heads to VIU’s Malaspina Theatre

          VIU students showcase work at annual show and sale

          Upwards of 50 students expected to present paintings, prints, ceramics and more

          ‘Coco’ tops box office for second straight week with $26.1M

          The film has already racked up a global gross of $280 million

          Vancouver saxophonist Cory Weeds and American pianist Champian Fulton coming to Nanaimo

          Jazz musicians to record their first duo album and tour Western Canada