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Arts and entertainment editor Dale Boyd explores the year that was 2016 in the Penticton arts community.
Your source for New Year's Eve events in Penticton to help ring in 2017.
Russia examines all possible reasons for Black Sea jet crash
Heather Allen explores the story of the year for 2016.
The Solstice Peace Talks at the Shatford Centre Dec. 21 featured special guests in a Syrian Refugee family living in Naramata.
This 12-person jazz ensemble will perform John Zorn's Cobra composition.
Arts and entertainment editor Dale Boyd gives a glowing review of Anthem: A Leonard Cohen Tribute.
What does the winter solstice have to do with world peace? Find out as the Western News chats with astronomer and host Christ Purton.
The Western News catches up with some of the poets, musicians and artists honouring Leonard Cohen this weekend.
Peace on earth is one of the holiday tenants, and it is the subject of Solstice Peace Talks at the Shatford Centre Dec. 21.
Arts council executive director Vaelei Walkden-Brown takes on the art of comedy in the latest Arts Matter.
Heather Allen explores Madeleine Thien’s new book Do Not Say We Have Nothing.
AURAS is vocalist Eric Almeida, guitarist/vocalist Josh Ligaya, guitarist Aaron Hallman, and drummer Nathan Bulla.
Your source for concerts and events in Penticton and the South Okanagan.
Art and nature are coming together at Terry Isaac's home gallery to help out the cats of the Okanagan.
The cost of business has risen above funding presenting some funding challenges for the Penticton Art Gallery.
After suspending operations Oct. 1 the famed Dream Café is re-opening for show nights starting February 2017.
Young performers are already preparing for the next Kiwanis Music Festival starting March 6.
Anthem: A Leonard Cohen Tribute is adding a second night at the Cleland Theatre due to popular demand.
The next event in the speaker series takes place Dec. 8 at Cannery Brewing Co.