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Coldsnap performer is Juno winner

Joel Plaskett, a performer at Coldsnap 2010, is this year's Juno winner for Adult Alternative Album of the Year.

Fundraiser for five-year-old girl with cancer

There will be a dinner and silent auction May 13 at the Twisted Cork held for five-year-old Hannah Parker who was recently diagnosed with a malignant Wilms tumor.
Fundraiser brings four diverse singers together

Fundraiser brings four diverse singers together

The second annual Women in Song was held Saturday night at 8:30 at the Legion.
Johnny Reid back at CN Centre for A Place Called Love tour

Johnny Reid back at CN Centre for A Place Called Love tour

Johnny Reid, Canadian super star, will perform at the CN Centre Oct. 6 during his A Place Called Love tour.
Rainbows gets international recognition

Rainbows gets international recognition

An eight-year-old local girl received an honourable mention for a song she composed on the piano in an international competition for young musicians, in which more than 12,000 children participated.
What's next for Next Star

What's next for Next Star

A Fraser Lake teen took top spot during the second season of YTV's Next Star and she's ready for the next step.
Local woman wins modeling contest

Local woman wins modeling contest

A local motocross racer is now considered one of Canada's top entertainment models, according to a new magazine. Ashlee Painchaud, 23, who was born and raised in Prince George, was chosen to be Vyvicious' first-ever Web Beauty of the Month.
Jeff Dunham to perform only B.C. show at CN Centre

Jeff Dunham to perform only B.C. show at CN Centre

Jeff Dunham is the hottest comedy act touring North America and will be performing at CN Centre May 12. This will be the only B.C.

Bollywood dances for dreams

Bollywood Dream Dancers are holding a fundraiser for Free the Children Sunday at Vanier Hall at 2 p.m.
Hedley revisited

Hedley revisited

Tonight's the night. Hedley, Stereos, Faber Drive and Fefe Dobson will start the Show Must Go at 6:30 at CN Centre. Dave Rosin, Hedley's lead guitar player and hometown boy, said he's really excited to come back to Prince George.