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ARTS LISTINGS IN BRIEF

Help bury D.O.A.

Legendary Vancouver punk band D.O.A is calling it quits after 35 years.

Canada’s godfather of punk, and the only remaining founding member of the band, Joe Keithley is seeking the New Democratic Party nomination in Coquitlam, B.C.

Make a date with history and catch D.O.A’s farewell tour at Club 9ONE9, 919 Douglas St., Sunday Jan. 27.

Doors open at 8 p.m., tickets, $13, are available at Lyle’s Place, Ditch Records, Strathcona Hotel and Ticketzone.com.

Croissants, coffee and creations

Mélange is a visual art exhibit which brings together four highly creative local artists whose works and artistic view points are unique, moving and insightful.

Carron Berkes, David Ladmore, Laurie Ladmore and Rob Vickery present Mélange: a diverse array of two-dimensional works in acrylics, etchings, oils, mixed media and photography.

This free event is at the Moka House Coffee shop at Shoal Point Fisherman’s Wharf, from Feb. 2 to 27.

 

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