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The folk-inspired combination of Heather Blush and the Uppercuts will be sparring with audience members at The Dream Cafe Aug. 20 and 22.
Before becoming a musician, Pernell Reichert was a world traveller and making a living as a tree planter and working in the oil field.
Singer Candice Sand says she’s bound to come across a few bumps on the road to success but is taking life’s surprises in stride.
As Oscar Lopez readies himself for two shows at The Dream Cafe Aug. 15 and 16, he jokes that he hopes audiences haven’t grown tired of him.
The 67th Penticton Peach Festival will go down as one of the largest and best in recent history.
When I was leaving the Alice in Chains concert I passed two guys talking and one of them said, "I've been waiting 24 years for this."
Newly crowned Miss Penticton Shauna Morrow admitted she was pretty excited and a little bit overwhelmed.
After exciting fans during the 2011 Peach Festival, Canadian band Trooper returned to an equally appreciative audience.
Jennie Loeppky, is a key part of the team that organizes volunteers for the Penticton Peach Festival.
Summerland’s Kevin Foley didn’t set out to become a Neil Young tribute artist but sometimes you’ve got to follow your feelings.
Penticton Western News reporter Scott Trudeau reminisces about the dog days of summer over a cold beverage.
When lead vocalist Brian Aspinwall was considering band names, he drew on an important piece of history dating back to the Cold War.
Top-notch entertainment and hot weather likely to draw people to this year’s Penticton Peach Festival
Top-notch entertainment and great weather means a fantastic time at 67th Penticton Peach Festival.