Heather Allen explores the novel Selection Day by Aravind Adiga in the latest Armchair Book Club.
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The Penticton Art Gallery is exploring the art of cannabis with its upcoming exhibition Grassland.
A new series from the Western News takes a look at local bands, with Maiya Robbie of The Screen Doors playing a song.
The fundraising efforts of local parents have brought gathering drums to a Penticton music class.
The latest film from the Penticton Art Gallery's Kitchen Stove series explores a 13-year-old eagle hunter's journey.
Barb Hillier, a local artist, is holding her first solo art show in a prominent Penticton spot.
Dierks Bentley didn't disappoint his fans at the South Okanagan Events Centre Tuesday night.
Jon Pardi was the first of two opening acts for the Dierks Bentley concert Tuesday at the South Okanagan Events Centre.
Advertisers had to tread carefully this year in a divisive political climate.
Heather Allen explores Esther the Wonder Pig in this week's Armchair Book Club.
The documentary explores the struggles of mixed-race blood cancer patients forced to reflect on their multi-cultural identity
Okanagan residents will soon get their taste of ol’ Mexico when Mariachi Los Dorados returns for its annual spring tour.
While many have already wavered on their New Year's resolution, Louis Bigras is having a better year than he expected.
Cathy Jones of This Hour Has 22 Minutes fame brought her one-woman show to the Cleland Theatre on Feb. 1.
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The SS Sicamous is ready to transport you back to the roaring '20s for the return of the Great Gatsby Party in March.
Light of My Life, written, directed and starring Casey Affleck, will be coming to shoot a portion of the film in the Osoyoos area.
The Dream Music Festival is returning along with shows to the Dream Café as they are set to officially reopen February.
This Hour Has 22 Minutes star Cathy Jones brings her one-woman show, Stranger to Hard Work, to Penticton.
Acclaimed singer, songwriter and performer Dallas Green announced an extensive Canadian tour for 2017 that includes a stop in Penticton.
It's that time of the year when we recognize artistic excellence in Penticton.
South Okanagan Amateur Players bring Don't Dress For Dinner to Oliver and Osoyoos
It is that lifetime of experience as a singer and performer that Darby Mills wants to share with the next generation of pop music vocalists
The scene backstage 10 years ago at the first-ever Many Hats Theatre Company production is going to be a far cry from this year.