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Cable Guy goes with tailgating

Cable Guy goes with tailgating

Photo is in IMG-2010-12-23 called Larry the Cable Guy CN Centre will host a Tailgate Party before Larry the Cable Guy takes to the stage Jan. 10. The party at the CN Centre Atrium starts at 5:30 p.m. and goes until Larry's show begins at 7:30 p.m.
Music tour kicks off in P.G.

Music tour kicks off in P.G.

The national Jgermeister Canada tour starts in Prince George March 1 starring Buckcherry and Papa Roach, with guests My Darkest Days and Bleeker Ridge at CN Centre. Music from Buckcherry's CD All Night Long will be showcased during the event.
At home for the holidays

At home for the holidays

Saturday's symphony performance was planned as a homecoming for two talented artists who started their careers in Prince George - conductor Broek Bosma and multi-talented performer Veera Khare Asher.

Urban farmer talks city gardens

The Urban Farmer, Ron Berezan, will present a 3.5 hour workshop Jan. 15 at the Bob Harkins branch of the Prince George library from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Wizard of Oz show cancelled

The Wizard of Oz performance, originally postponed for tonight, is no longer making an appearance on a Prince George stage. This means a loss of a great opportunity for the city's own munchkins that were scheduled to their debut on a national tour.
Follow the yellow brick road

Follow the yellow brick road

Rebekah Massey is about to take on her biggest dance roll yet - that of a munchkin in the upcoming national tour of the Wizard of Oz.

Free winter movies

It's showtime in the Keith Gordon Room at the Prince George Public Library. Teenagers out of school for the Christmas break can sop up hours of entertainment watching 13 episodes of the hit D. Gray-man from noon to 3:30 Monday.

Wilcox warms up Coldsnap

American folk singer-songwriter David Wilcox will be making an appearance at Prince George's Coldsnap Festival, playing January 29.

Rocking to world beats

Coldsnap welcomes exotic royalty to this year's festival. The Sultans of String have been announced as one of the acts local fans will be bowing to when the annual winter concert series opens next month. They will headline a show on Jan.

Young musicians take the stage

The Prince George and District Music Festival is preparing to celebrate its 60th anniversary, with organizers are expecting more than 900 participants to enter from communities like Burns Lake, McBride, Vanderhoof and Prince George.