Dan Walton

Trick or treating time

Some people take a silly approach towards Halloween while others prefer the day to be morbidly frightening

OFF THE RECORD: Grasping Trudeau’s promises

Harper made himself a difficult figure for younger people to commend.

Biographer in Penticton to revive inspirational woman

Biographer Sheryl Salloum will be delivering an illustrated talk about Sonia Cornwall, who was a rancher and painter

Traditions of Germany embraced at Oktoberfest

“The whole thing has to be real the way we have it in Germany or I don’t want to do it”

InSpirit summoned at Shatford Centre

The creative offerings at the Shatford Centre are being taken to a new level this weekend

‘New hope for Canada’ says local Liberal

South Okanagan - West Kootenay Liberal candidate came up short on election night, but did have two wishes fulfilled with a Liberal majority.

Local artist achieving international attention

Shannon Ford's deep passion for the animal allows her to uniquely capture their mystique

Talk of school closures begins in School District 67

Low enrolment and bleak projections have prompted School District 67 to consider closing some of its schools.

OSO opening season with guest violinist

Okanagan Symphony Orchestra will be rehashing the feeling of championing a newly exploited North America

Bandmate of Roger Whittaker jamming at Smokey Smith Lounge

Local musician Brian Russell recorded with Whittaker in the 1970s, and later worked alongside him again on the road as a touring musician

Penticton taken under the All-Starr sea

Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band took over the South Okanagan Events Centre on Oct. 10

Barrage of beer flooding Oktoberfest

Penticton will celebrate the traditions of Oktoberfest during the 2015 celebration at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre

Province invests in labour market study for Penticton

The province is spending $71,300 for the City of Penticton to evaluate local employment challenges.

Mule to feel wrath of Evil Ebenezer

Hiphop artist Evil Ebenezer is coming to the Mule to share his latest album, All That Matters

Documentaries for days

The Shatford Centre will be transforming its auditorium into a movie theatre next weekend

Penticton volunteers step up for those who need it most

For those who are alone or have nowhere else to go, the door is always open at the Penticton Soupateria

Arts in brief

A briefing of the South Okanagan arts and entertainment community

Shoulder season celebration at the Parrot

The Vidos are only 18 and 19 years old, but they’re ready to swim with the sharks in the music industry

Wineries roll out their barrels

Right after the grapes have finished fermenting, 10 local wineries are inviting the public to sample their product right from the barre

Oldies rocker preserves bygone music

Vest launched his musical career alongside the pioneers of rock and roll, and he's bringing that same era of music to the Dream Café