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Nanaimo Concert Band presents free show at Maffeo Sutton Park

Performance will feature ‘familiar and fun’ repertoire

Gabriola artist’s new exhibition brings to life a jungle ‘queendom’

Tammy Hudgeon’s ‘Wild Queendom’ features work partly inspired by a trip to Central America

Victoria folk group Jon and Roy to play the Queen’s

Band recently released their eighth album, ‘Here’

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Lantzville Boys and Girls Club gets new mural
Cultivate Festival livened up the long weekend on Gabriola Island
Stranger Things 3 breaks record on Netflix
Actress Felicity Huffman arrives at Boston court

Nanaimo poet holding book signing for debut release

Alice Casey presents ‘Open Up’ at Port Place London Drugs

Vancouver Island University jazz graduates win prestigious scholarship

Bassist Brock Meades and drummer Graham Villette get $2,000 Fraser MacPherson Scholarship

Gabriola Island landscape painter illustrates first children’s book

‘Lily and Flinge and the Piece of Kibble’ stars artist Mary Mitchell’s two dogs

ABBA Show tribute act coming to Nanaimo tonight

A few tickets remain for July 8 concert at the Port Theatre

Rock band Big Sugar will headline bathtub weekend launch party

Group is back with a new lineup and a new album on the way

Nanaimo Theatre Group brings ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’ to provincial competition

Theatre B.C. Mainstage Festival happens in Port Alberni from July 5 to 13

Good vibes: Vibrant Dance Studio shows its moves to end off season

Dancers as young as three took to the stage at the Port Theatre to wrap up studio’s 13th season

Infringing Dance Festival will take audience to mystical realm

Crimson Coast Dance Society’s 21st annual Infringing Dance Festival is July 5-13 in Nanaimo

Singer-songwriter Daniel Wesley plays ‘Beach Music’ tonight in Nanaimo

Sunshine Coast musician recently released new EP of ‘summertime songs’

Nanaimo rock group Wise Youngblood to headline Canada Day in the Bay

Day-long celebration brings music, games and bathtub races to Departure Bay Beach

The Tenors to perform at symphony fundraiser in Nanaimo

Vocal trio recently sang national anthem at Game 1 of the NBA finals in Toronto

Nanaimo artist reunited with 31-year-old painting

Michael Tickner sold the work to Saltair resident Rob Tukham in Stanley Park in 1988

Nanoose Bay Art in the Garden celebrates 10th year

Photos from the two-day show which featured 100 artists, more than ever before

Applications now open for Nanaimo Art Gallery’s summer art camp

Dazzle Camouflage aims to introduce teenagers to contemporary art

Nanaimo jazz musicians honour Miles Davis at Saskatchewan Jazz Festival

Christine Jensen and Andrew Homzy wrote compositions inspired by album ‘Kind of Blue’

Indoor Busking Festival to be held this week in Nanaimo

Fundraiser concert to feature singers recruited from the Harbourfront Walkway

Space rock band Possum will make Nanaimo debut

This month the group releases its first full-length record, ‘Space Grade Assembly’