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North Island wildlife film and videographers are invited to submit their work to The Paws and Claws Film Festival, a new film festival showcasing local wildlife-inspired short films and documentaries.
CLUXEWE RESORT - Nearly 300 brave the elements to see inaugural Tri-Port Music Festival during long weekend
The excuses began days before we left to visit Seven Hills Golf & Country Club.
PORT McNEILL — Three years ago, Port McNeill’s movie theatre was brought back into existence after being shuttered for nearly a quarter-century.
Having previously worked with music festivals in Victoria, Vancouver and Courtenay, Port Hardy resident Dave Stevenson has long wanted to see a similar outdoor festival on the North Island.
PHSS will present The Father Thursday, Friday and Saturday night
Marvin Westrum makes his mark as Billy Joe Armstrong in Campbell River performance
PORT McNEILL - Missoula Children's Theatre presents adaptation of Treasure Island at Pioneer Theatre
Young Jim Hawkins will set sail with Long John Silver and his pirate band this weekend, but Missoula Children's Theatre's presentation of Treasure Island may not be quite what author Robert Louis Stevenson originally intended.
PORT McNEILL - Sunset Elementary student Alec Nielson adds a musical component to his stand-up comedy routine last week during the school's annual talent show.
PORT HARDY - North Island Concert Society wraps up successful season; announces opening act of 2011-12 schedule
Veteran bluesman Tim Williams headlines the society's final 2010-11 performance, which begins at 7:30 p.m. with a rare opening act. Local artists Richelle Andre and Matthew Benedict will bring their acoustic folk to the stage to kick off the evening.
Corrine Hunt was honoured with the 2011 National Aboriginal Achievement Award for the Arts during a gala in Edmonton Mar. 11.
PORT HARDY - Nanaimo roots-rockers show deft touch with songwriting, performing in North Island Concert Society event.
Local musicians, particularly those who do original compositions, are encouraged to apply to the Discovery Coast Music Festival (DCMF) Directors who are planning this summer’s 12th annual festival July 23 and 24 in Bella Coola.
North Island music fans have a chance to see Theo Massop, a Nanaimo-based singer-songwriter who lists Gordon Lightfoot, Leonard Cohen and Bruce Cockburn among his influences, will be joined by bassist/singer and longtime musical partner Blaise Zhiam and drummer Pat Hetu for an evening of what one critic has called "thinking man's rock," at the Civic Centre in Port Hardy this Sauturday.
PORT HARDY — The North Island Concert Society has pulled out all the stops for its Valentine's weekend show, offering dance with your romance.