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How to roll a joint with Kelowna’s Bob Kay, Owner of Cannabis Culture

The cannabis connoisseur shares his secrets to rolling the perfect joint

Fender partners with B.C. music store for new experience

Fender released a new shopping experience for guitar connoisseurs

JUNO president returns to B.C. hometown to collect award

Reid will accept the Kevin Walters Industry Builder Award

B.C. theatre company’s poster censored by Facebook

The Okanagan theatre company had a poster unceremoniously removed from Facebook

Okanagan Syilx Nation Flag now flies above UBC Okanagan Campus

The flag will be a permanent installment at the University

UPDATE: Four in custody, shots fired in Kettle Valley

There is a heavy police presence in Kelowna’s Upper Mission area

Kelowna’s young rappers rise to the occasion

Looking to change the reputation of rap in the Okanagan

Smoke looming in Okanagan could affect wine

Smoke taint could sour this years vintages if ash falls on grapes

Kelowna Drag King rocks out into the spotlight

Suiting up in leather and spikes, to compete alongside the Queens

The Hillside Outlaws compete to play Denim on the Diamond

The Penticton based band are bringing their country music to Kelowna

Randy Bachman discusses the future of guitars

After a drop in sales, the rock legend says the guitar isn’t going anywhere

Spike of potential drug ODs on B.C. city’s party weekends

There were 30 potential overdoses two years in a row that week

B.C. tech company featured in Ruby Roxx documentary

Two Hat Security takes on cyberbullying and talks about global citizenship

Okanagan wine tour party? Know before you go

Parties are asked to remove any bridal paraphernalia, including veils, phallic objects and costumes

Valley Vibes showcases Okanagan street-wear designer

JB Gear’s latest night of hip-hop and fashion is a night not to miss

Bachelorettes’ sashes cinched at B.C. wineries

Parties are asked to remove any bridal paraphernalia, including veils, phallic objects and costumes

Lakeshore Drive businesses ‘prepared not scared’ in wake of wildfire

Wineries along with a boutique dairy farm are preparing for worst

Kelowna families honour the dead by releasing butterflies

The Nicholson matriarchs release 33 butterflies

Professional death coaches: A new type of doula

Two B.C. women Explore the sacred journey between life and death

B.C. artist killed in explosion in Cabo San Lucas

The West Kelowna woman died in an accidental gas explosion at resort