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Canada's most celebrated garage rock duo, The Pack AD, along with the pride of Big Lake, Sam Tudor close out Safety Meeting concert season.
The singer, guitarist and songwriter died Saturday afternoon, in Missouri.
JUNO award winner Pharis Romero rocked the souls of 50 singers with her vocal workshop Saturday.
Beautiful is how one woman described the Studio Theatre’s production of The Lodge after Wednesday evening’s show.
In the play The Lodge, the elderly artist Jasmine Daravalley, played by Sharon Hoffman, has a heartwarming conversation with her friend.
The first annual Cariboo Chilcotin Film Fest can be reeled in as a great success.
Six years ago was the first time I ran sound for the ArtsWells festival.
Written in the mid-1970s and set in the Chilcotin, The Lodge tackles many of the family, social, environmental and cross cultural issues
Among the films to be shown at the first annual Cariboo Chilcotin Film Fest coming up at the Gibraltar Room Friday will be a new short film.
Friday, March 10 is the big night. The Williams Lake Film Club will present its First Annual Cariboo Chilcotin Film Fest.
We’re already past the half-way mark of the 2017 Safety Meeting concert series.
Sharon Hoffman and Jamie Regier rehearse for their roles in the Williams Lake Studio Theatre’s production of The Lodge.
Actress, singer and graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts, Kiera Johnson, returns home to perform.
The cast of 'La La Land' had almost finished their acceptance speech before the mistake was caught
Academy Awards on Sunday feature several Canuck contenders
The Williams Lake Studio Theatre’s production of The Lodge, written by Gwen Pharis Ringwood begins a three-week run starting March 8.
The Williams Lake Film Club will show the film Samson & Delilah this Friday, Feb. 17.
Eli Williams is set to rock the Ramada with his tribute to Elvis performance Feb. 23.
The Staggers and Jaggs along with Samson’s Delilah are on stage at the Central Cariboo Arts Centre Friday, Feb. 10.
For Williams Lake artist Bryan Delaronde, who goes by the stage name Bioson, hip-hop music is about building something positive.