Entertainment

B.C.’s defiant Maxim Cover Girl semi-finalist keeps her clothes on

Brandi Hansen wants Canadians to recognize talents, not just looks, as sexy

Samoa bans Elton John movie ‘Rocketman’ due to homosexuality

A Russian distributor also censored scenes from ‘Rocketman’ that featured gay sex and drug use

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Shawnigan Lake waves farewell to summer at Elsie Miles Pavilion
Eclectic combination of instruments takes listeners on a 'Crystal Journey'
Funky Lowdown gets 'em up dancing at Duncan City Square
Elle Wolf brings her unique style to the 40th Day of July

Tony highlights: A historic win and a strong night for women

Broadway favourites Santino Fontana and Stephanie J. Block took the top musical acting prizes

VIDEO: New mural at Whippletree Junction celebrates Valley’s Chinese heritage

Queen Margaret’s School students unveil colourful mural they painted in honour of balance and harmony

Calls for a new kind of popcorn movie: ‘We need Indigenous people in space’

Research has shown that media representation has a pivotal impact on public perception

Lexi Bainas column: Public speaking, woodwork, and a chance to meet a Cuban baseball team

Valley Rotarians are celebrating the finalists in this year’s Hector McIntosh competition.

Vancouver Island eagle sculptor’s latest creation details an epic battle

Eagles battling in flight took 2,500 hours to complete

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Vancouver Island poet Eve Joseph ‘savouring’ moment after winning $65K Griffin prize

The Vancouver-raised, 66-year-old writer said she feels she still has work to do to master her craft

VIDEO: Sonny and Cher reunite on Vancouver stage

Iconic performer, 73, tells older to women to “keep kicking ass”

VIDEO: Lila Community Choir’s ‘Sing for the Trees’ concert raises funds for forest advocacy group

The sustainability of our forests is worth singing about, says Lila founder Cari Burdett

A diminished ‘Godzilla’ still bests ‘Rocketman,’ ‘Ma’

Dexter Fletcher’s fantastical Elton John biopic ‘Rocketman,’didn’t launch with the same bravado as Freddie Mercury biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Great performances carry great story and music in Chemainus Theatre’s ‘Mamma Mia!’

Life imitates art in this fun show about a topsy-turvy love story on a Greek island

Medfords sing in Lake Cowichan and Duncan this weekend

With concerts Saturday at the Lake and Sunday in Duncan, it’s true that ‘Love Is All Around’

VIDEO: Steps Ahead Dance studio celebrates ‘Our Island’ as students finish season

It’s the 16th year of the ‘Performing at Home’ series presented at the T. Gil Bunch Centre

Lexi Bainas column: Mystery casting call, dinner in white, new song, and tense drama: wow! some week

Summer’s glow is creeping up over the horizon, and entertainment is turning to the outdoors

VIDEO: Alex Trebek says his response to cancer treatment is ‘kind of mind-boggling’

The 78-year-old TV personality tells People magazine he’s responding very well to chemotherapy

‘Summer Delights’ concert arranged at 11th hour to conclude Chemainus Classic season

After illness sidetracked the show originally planned, series organizers got on the phone