Entertainment

Raine Maida, Chantal Kreviazuk will present new duo act in Nanaimo

Couple touring new album ‘I’m Going to Break Your Heart’ across Canada, starting at Port Theatre

Daniel and Eugene Levy discuss decision to end ‘Schitt’s Creek’ after season 6

The Levys play father and son on the sitcom, alongside Catherine O’Hara and Annie Murphy

Island-raised jazz singer Heather Keizur performs at Nanaimo’s Lighthouse Bistro

Keizur will be joined by longtime accompanist Steve Christofferson on keyboard

Folk singer’s globe-trotting taking him to Nanaimo

Lorkin O’Reilly explores the immigrant experience on new album, plays the Vault on Friday, March 22

Nanaimo International Jazz Festival Association concert series returns

Have You Heard? series starts Friday with keyboardist Marty Steele at Shaw Auditorium

Now 30, ‘The Little Mermaid’ paved the way for Elsa and Anna

Jodi Benson heroine of the 1989 animated Disney film

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20th annual Harbour City Jazz Society Jazz Fest
VIU theatre department presents 'Oedipus Rex' at Malaspina Theatre
Western Edge's 2019 New Waves Festival at Harbour City Theatre
Fiddelium performs at Youth Fiddle Summit at Malaspina Theatre

Anderson Cooper has a 2-book deal, first expected in 2022

Cooper is the bestselling author of ‘Dispatches from the Edge: A Memoir of War, Disasters, and Survival’

Cowichan Valley songwriter Genevieve Charbonneau performs at the Vault

Charbonneau brings latest album, ‘Heart is a Tower,’ to Nanaimo

Vancouver Island Symphony presents Bach’s ‘Goldberg Variations’

Concert will be debut performance with symphony’s new harpsichord

Theatre production reimagines the music of Joni Mitchell

Arts Club theatre company presents ‘Circle Game’ at Nanaimo’s Port Theatre this week

Former Edmonton poet laureate Anna Marie Sewell reads from new book in Nanaimo

Sewell performs at WordStorm’s 15 Minutes of Infamy spoken word event at the Green Olive

Mural honouring Makayla Chang unveiled at Harewood Centennial Park

Artwork also recognizes ‘resilience and diversity’ of Nanaimo youths

Lori Loughlin allowed to finish film work in B.C., despite U.S. college bribery arrest

‘Garage Sale Mysteries’ and ‘When Calls the Heart’ film in Langley

Nanaimo’s Festival of Banners ‘scraping by’ with reduced funding

‘We don’t know how much longer we can go,’ says project manager

Nanaimo Hip Hop Pop Wow will teach importance of culture

Week-long workshops wrap up with performance at Malaspina Theatre

Live camera on B.C. railway museum draws worldwide viewers

Revelstoke is Virtual Railfan’s first Canadian location

Lori Loughlin loses starring roles on B.C.-based Hallmark Channel films

Loughlin has not yet entered a plea in case accusing her of U.S. college bribery scam