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Young musicians on the rise

Young musicians on the rise

Penticton Children's Festival in safe hands

Penticton Children's Festival in safe hands

Gord Osland thinks they have found the right set of qualities in Conrad Burek to take over for him as director of Penticton’s Rotary International Children’s Festival, which drew 10,000 visitors last year.
Explore the flavour of Anguilla

Explore the flavour of Anguilla

Anguilla is a destination that is a world all its own. Even a short stay offers visitors a reprieve from the everyday.

Proposed fee for flyers causes concern

The Canadian Airports Council expressed concern over the prospect of an additional U.S. government fee being imposed on passengers flying by air between Canada and the U.S.
Sister act graces Penticton twice

Sister act graces Penticton twice

Sisters Carly and Britt McKillip are One More Girl, a country pop singing duo who hail from Vancouver. And it’s not their first time to grace the stage of the South Okanagan Event Centre — they were here in December as well, opening for George Canyon at the Holiday on Ice show.

Open casting call in Cawston

The Cawston Players are getting ready for their spring play and they’re holding an open casting call to find people to fill out the roles and the backstage crew.

Birth House a good read despite sideshow

This winter Canada Reads, the CBC contest that selects the must-read book of the year, took the country by storm. Fans followed it on the radio, live on the web and on Twitter. At any time during the debate as many as 3,000 people from around the world were logging in online comments.
Romcom too much sill nonsense

Romcom too much sill nonsense

For a guy who turns 45 years old this fall, it’s time for Adam Sandler to grow up. ‘Course, we are talking about an actor who made a movie called Grown Ups which just happened to be one of the most immature projects ever created. So, suffice to say, I ain’t holding out hope.

Build your own adventure in Scotland

The national tourism agency of Scotland is offering the chance of winning your own great Scottish adventure.
Shatford Centre celebrates the spirit of creativity

Shatford Centre celebrates the spirit of creativity

The public is getting a long-awaited preview of Penticton's Shatford Building in operation in it’s new role as an entrepreneurial arts centre during the Magnify~Sense! Engaging with Creative Spirit festival planned for next week.