Arts and Culture
By Phil Larstone
Water, water everywhere and plenty of drops to drink.
It’s a mantra well known in the West Kootenays, but it isn’t one that is shared throughout the rest of the world.
But if you enjoy the pure, refreshing water that happily flows from mountain to ocean, throughout our lives and into our very...
Tokyo Police Club
@ the Spiritbar, Tuesday, April 26 · 8-11:30 pm
With Vancouver's Said The Whale and Dinosaur Bones out of Toronto.
For a band that burst on the scene with an...
Oxygen Arts Centre Cabaret: The Road to Salmo
@ the Capitol Theatre, Saturday, April 23, 8 p.m.
Feeling a bit randy? Got some goat to get out?
Come and check out the cloven hooves starring in Oxygen's Spring Cabaret. OMG.
Much strangeness ON THE ROAD TO SALMO. I mean - what would Jesus REALLY do?
One night only. All star comedy...
LVR Grad Talent Show
@ The Capitol Theatre, Tuesday, April 19, 7 p.m.
Tickets: all seats are $12.
This week at The Royal on Baker Street.
Selkirk After School Bash
Monday, April 18 - $5 - Showtime 9 pm
School's out. Selkirk students get ready to party with 3 awesome bands set to rock the house in celebration of the end of school. This night will feature My Pet Lion, Hello...
Summer Youth Program auditions
@ the Capitol Theatre, Sunday, April 17, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Auditions for the Summer Youth Program production of You're a Good Man Charlie Brown (Revised) take place this weekend.
The audition is open to youth aged 12 to 18. Please have a song...
By Art Joyce
In an era when texting seems poised to shred what’s left of language skills, Lucerne School is proving that writing amongst kids is alive and well.
The school is hosting its ninth festival from Monday, April 18 through Thursday, April 21. A coffeehouse featuring both elementary and secondary school student work will be...
Digital Art and New Media Showcase
@ Patenaude Hall, Tenth Street, 6-9 p.m.
On Friday, April 15 from 6-9pm, students from the Digital Arts and New Media Program at Selkirk College will be presenting the 12th annual year-end exhibition.
Held at Patenaude Hall at the...
It’s the end of the school year at Kootenay School of the Arts at Selkirk College, and its time to show what a difference a year (or eight months) makes.
KSA is inviting the community to its annual year-end show and sale this weekend, running Friday and Saturday in the KSA building on the corner of Victoria and Josephine streets.
The role of social networking site Facebook in facilitating protest actions has been affirmed in the Tunisia and Egypt uprisings; governments in many countries, including China, are wary of the political activities of their citizens on Facebook. But in Cambodia, Facebook is not yet considered a threat by the government.
Politicians led by Prime Minister Hun Sen (who has been in power...