Entertainment

Olympic champions Virtue and Moir announce rock-themed ice show

Cross-Canada figure skating show Rock the Rink starts at Abbotsford Centre on Oct. 5

Celebration of Light fireworks to feature two new countries

India and Croatia will compete for the first time, alongside Canada

VIDEO: Huge cedar log arrives, now Luke Marston’s Cowichan canoe project can begin

Under carver’s direction, the 15,000 cedar log will become an ocean going canoe

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Beau Jest hilarious end to Mercury Players' spring season
Holiday weekend talent show packs 'em in at Lake Cowichan
Michael Jerome Browne at Duncan Showroom Blues Festival
First ever Art Battle held in Duncan on May 11, 2019

Worker dies in fall while setting up Coachella Festival

The six-day festival is set to begin on Friday in California

Tom Selleck, star of TV and films, is writing memoir

Actor says his book will ‘illuminate’ the last half-century of Hollywood and America

‘The Foreigner’ is back at Chemainus Theatre with big laughs

It was first produced in Chemainus in 1996 and the laughter it created then made it a big success.

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Valdy and Bill Henderson in one show in Duncan: Wow!

A cultural emissary, Valdy is one of Canada’s trusted voices

‘Shazam!’ debuts with $53.5M, handing DC Comics another win

One of the oldest characters in DC’s superhero stable, “Shazam!” doesn’t boast the name-recognition

Jeff Bridges’ climate documentary to screen in Vancouver this week

Film will screen this week as part of Elements Film Festival at Vancouver’s Telus World of Science

R. Kelly gives 28-second performance at Illinois club

TV stations report that some fans said it wasn’t worth the $100

B.C. costume designer sews up future in film industry

B.C. woman Flo Barrett lands gig on Lifetime TV film; Harry and Meghan: Becoming Royal out May 27

Fans mourn grunge rock icon Kurt Cobain 25 years after death

Cobain was 27 when he died in 1994 in his home near Lake Washington

Lexi Bainas column: Art, an encore, the classics, topped off with karaoke coming to Cowichan

Do you wake up in the morning singing ‘Let Me Entertain You’?…

Avicii’s first posthumous single and album to be released

The album, titled ‘TIM,’ will be released on June 6

Fleetwood Mac to replace Stones at New Orleans Jazz Fest

Fleetwood Mac will close the main stage on May 2

New documentary takes deep dive into world of Cowichan homeless, drug addicted

A Just Society ranks as one of film maker Nick Versteeg’s most challenging

VIDEO: Funkanometry makes the cut on ‘World of Dance’

Carlow Rush and Jacksun Fryer are now on to the next level of the $1 million competition.

What’s wrong with Mick Jagger?

The Rolling Stones have postponed their tour so Mick Jagger can receive medical treatment

Rapper Nipsey Hussle shot dead in L.A.

He was shot dead Sunday outside a store Hussle owns