Keith Flint of electronic band The Prodigy dies at 49

Bandmate says Flint killed himself over the weekend at his home near London

3 people from B.C. cast on Big Brother Canada

Dane Rupert, former captain of the Kelowna Chiefs will be on T.V. screens March 6

‘Who’s the Boss?’ and ‘Soap’ actress Katherine Helmond dies

Helmond died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease

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

Riverdale’s Luke Perry hospitalized after reported stroke

Perry, who also stared in ‘90210’ is currently under observation, according to his publicist

Juno Awards returning to Saskatoon next year for the first time since 2007

Next year’s Junos will broadcast live on CBC from the SaskTel Centre

Bradley Cooper duet was acting, not love: Lady Gaga

‘Yes, people saw love and guess what, that’s what we wanted you to see.’

Inaugural Vancouver Island Drag Race will crown queen of queens

Competition to be hosted by longtime Nanaimo drag queen Vikki Smudge

Poet will read from her Trailer Park Elegy at Nanaimo café

Hornby Island’s Cornelia Hoogland will read from her latest book, a long poem

Nanaimo Arts Council once again searching for a new home

Arts organization to leave Wharf Street location by March 31

Encore run of ‘A Star Is Born’ features more footage, songs

One week engagement starts Friday on over 1,150 screens in the U.S. and Canada

Wellington jazz students do Nanaimo proud at U.S. festival

Four soloists and five ensembles won awards at Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival

R. Kelly signs autographs at McDonald’s after jail release

The R&B singer faces charges of sexually abuse dating back to 1998

Nanaimo poets appear in anthology critical of CanLit

Sonnet L’Abbé and Kim Goldberg to read at Refuse: CanLit in Ruins book launch March 3

New mid-Island theatre group stages first full-length production in Nanaimo

Qualicum’s Hair of the Dog Productions brings ‘Love, Loss and What I Wore’ to Harbour City Theatre

Western Canadian bluegrass band Nomad Jones makes Nanaimo debut

Group recently released first album, ‘Pickin’ Up and Puttin’ Down’

Nanaimo youths creating mural in memory of Makayla Chang

Mural to be unveiled at Harewood Centennial Park on March 17

Nielsen: 29.6 million viewers for Oscars, up from 2018

The biggest Oscars audience ever recorded came in 1998.

VIDEO: ‘Green Book’ wins best picture at Academy Awards

Alfonso Cuaron, Olivia Colman and Remi Malek take home directing and acting awards