Vivian Moreau

ABCs of a sick building

Camosun carpentry instructor speaks from personal experience

Income tax filing deadline looms

Less than 25 per cent of the population now send their taxes in the mail

Dancers Harrison James and Amanda Green will perform in the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's production of Svengali April 26 to 28 at the Royal Theatre.

Svengali’s road leads to Victoria

First soloist looks forward to dancing in Victoria with Royal Winnipeg Ballet

Dancers Harrison James and Amanda Green will perform in the Royal Winnipeg Ballet's production of Svengali April 26 to 28 at the Royal Theatre.
University of Victoria graduate research student

Annual science fair puts cool back into learning

Vancouver Island Science Fair attracts record number of students

University of Victoria graduate research student
Men’s elite racers take a lap at Windsor Park at the 2011 Oak Bay Bicycle Cops For Cancer Criterium.

Breaking away around Windsor

Roads closed as cyclists set for first criterium race

Men’s elite racers take a lap at Windsor Park at the 2011 Oak Bay Bicycle Cops For Cancer Criterium.
Oak Bay artist Sandi Madsen holds a pottery mirror in her Oak Bay studio. She is surrounded by some of her pieces that will be for sale during the upcoming artist studio tour.

Potters, artists, open doors for artists’ spring tour this weekend

Twenty artists, including visual artists, porcelain painters and potters are taking part in the Oak Bay spring studio tour

Oak Bay artist Sandi Madsen holds a pottery mirror in her Oak Bay studio. She is surrounded by some of her pieces that will be for sale during the upcoming artist studio tour.
Lead hand Katri Tahvanainen works on the Armada gown for Pacific Opera Victoria’s upcoming Maria Stuarda.

Sumptuous is the word for Maria Stuarda

Lavish Pacific Opera Victoria production opens this week

Lead hand Katri Tahvanainen works on the Armada gown for Pacific Opera Victoria’s upcoming Maria Stuarda.
Kees Schaddelee

Easter equals chocolate for Greater Victoria

Local chocolatiers pour it on for spring holiday weekend

Kees Schaddelee
Victoria Symphony Orchestra’s principal pops conductor Brian Jackson retires after a final series of concerts this weekend.

VSO pops conductor bows out

Brian Jackson retires after 17 years on Victoria stage

Victoria Symphony Orchestra’s principal pops conductor Brian Jackson retires after a final series of concerts this weekend.

Raucous house parties should face increased fines, says Oak Bay resident

Renfrew Road resident writes to council after St. Pat’s Day blowout

Tom McCabe's photo of a girl and bike is just one of 60 images to be exhibited in Attachment. The show features 12 Victoria-area fine arts photographers and runs April 2 to May 27 at the Gallery at the Mac.

Victoria photographers’ network develops

First exhibit opens at the MAC for local fine art shooters

Tom McCabe's photo of a girl and bike is just one of 60 images to be exhibited in Attachment. The show features 12 Victoria-area fine arts photographers and runs April 2 to May 27 at the Gallery at the Mac.

Victoria-area authors up for BC Book prizes

Twelve authors from Greater Victoria are nominated for 2012 Lieutenant Governor’s BC Book Prizes.

Whew! Dodged the flu bullet again

A quiet winter for flu outbreaks in Greater Victoria

Verna Linney works on an abstract painting at the Windsor Park Pavillion during a Victoria Sketch Club meeting.

Sketch Club 103 and still going strong

Victoria Sketch Club gears up for annual show at Glenlyon Norfolk School, 1701 Beach Drive

Verna Linney works on an abstract painting at the Windsor Park Pavillion during a Victoria Sketch Club meeting.
A scene from last year’s One World

Students stage One World

Pearson College stages annual student-run show

A scene from last year’s One World
Josh Dixon at Chicago Blues.

Victoria, Hermann’s lose exceptional jazz drummer

Josh Dixon celebration set for Saturday

Josh Dixon at Chicago Blues.
Caroline Gillis and Dennis Fitzgerald play a scene from the Belfry Theatre’s current offering

Belfry’s Beauty: story somehow lost in translation

REVIEW: English version of play asks simple questions

Caroline Gillis and Dennis Fitzgerald play a scene from the Belfry Theatre’s current offering

Open Cinema season launches with innercity farming flick

Cinema In Season series kicks off just after Thanksgiving

This waterfront home on Sea View Road in Saanich

Ten Mile Point heritage home sells for $6.1 million

The four-bedroom house had recently been completely renovated, with a master bedroom wing added. Wiggins said woodworkers were brought from Vancouver to work on the interior renovation.

This waterfront home on Sea View Road in Saanich
Canadian College of Performing Arts students (clockwise from left) Trevor Gray

Theatre college flings open doors

Annual carnivalintroduces community to performing arts school

Canadian College of Performing Arts students (clockwise from left) Trevor Gray