Natalie North

From Kid in the Hall to Hollywood dad

Bruce McCulloch tells often funny, and always true tales in Young Drunk Punk

Life as creative punks

Odds' Craig Northey on his longtime collaboration with Kid in the Hall Bruce McCulloch and their Young Drunk Punk show

Standing out from the landscape

Local Christine Walde, author of two young adult fiction novels on crossing genres, graffiti and finding time for creativity.

Making the magic of The Nutcracker

Alberta Ballet brings the classic ballet to the stage, aided by 60 young dancers from across the South Island.

Beyond Basia Bulat’s Tall, Tall, Shadow

Singer-songwriter brings her new sound, along with a charango, autoharp and synths, to Victoria Dec. 4.

Vaudeville enters the Canary Club

Atomic Vaudeville hosts speakeasy in support of their newest work, a collaboration with singer-songwriter Anne Schaefer

Steve Patterson might be Debatable!

Host of The Debaters named the top male comic in Canada by the the Canadian Comedy Awards brings his solo show to Victoria.

The reluctant rise of John McDermott

On the eve of his 20th anniversary in the recording business, the tenor recounts how it all began and where he's headed next.

Getting connected on the Doc Bus

Open Cinema's founder, filmmaker Mandy Leith, launched Get on the Doc Bus! a cross-country road trip for the future of documentary film.

Alice Munro awarded Nobel Prize for Literature

The iconic 82-year-old author named master of the contemporary short story

Review: Falstaff

Theatre Inconnu's bold one-man adaptation not for the faint of heart

Youth artists join Brush Up crew

Sixteen-year-old Oak Bay resident brings variety of styles, mediums to annual creekside art show

New cancer centre sees added boost from community

Lay navigators key component to Patient and Family Care Facility

Clive area residents speak out

Coverage to date misses mark for neighbours of proposed development

End to the Oak Bay Tea Party recycling debacle

District hopes to rebuild relationship with green committee

Oak Bay honours its fathers

Descendants of first municipal clerk join cemetery tour

Oak Bay Tea Party recycling goes to landfill

Green committee claims sorted recycling, compost was thrown out following Tea Party

Blue Bridge takes on Chekhov tale

Chekhov’s sardonic sense of humour has secured the 19th-century piece among favourites

Oak Bay library loses a familiar face

Longtime branch head retires during a changing, but popular time

Dispelling myths about metal

Congress 2013 sees metalheads explore links between religion, heavy metal music