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Auditions for variety show

There's a call out for all kinds of talent - artisans, singers, dancers, bands, troupes, duets for the second annual PG's Got Talent show. Auditions will be held Sept. 11 and 12 from 1 to 4 p.m. at AimHi, 950 Kerry St., and Sept.

Teen dance party

Nuclear Arena - The Teen DJ Dance Party presented by Ruins Boardshop will be held Oct. 7 from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. at CN Centre and it's for 13 to 16 year olds only. DJ Ant and DJ AK, two of Canada's best-known DJs, will be featured at the party.
Tools of the trade include duct tape and natural stone

Tools of the trade include duct tape and natural stone

Portraits made of duct tape and wire-and-natural-stone jewelry will be showcased during Blood Sugar, Artists for a Cure at ArtSpace, above Books and Company, Sunday night at 6:30.
Excalibur gets new beginning

Excalibur gets new beginning

There's a dance studio in town that has just doubled its floor space and increased its number of teachers from 12 to 22 shining the spotlight on bigger and better things to come.
Meatloaf cancels concert

Meatloaf cancels concert

Meatloaf canceled his concert which was to be held at CN Centre. He has canceled several concerts in the region, as well.

Reba coming to Prince George

Legendary country mega star Reba McEntire will perform on Halloween at CN Centre. McEntire has more than 55 million album sold, 33 No.

Events for July 30 to Aug. 4

Carolyn Mark will appear at Cafe Voltaire on Friday at 8 p.m. Let's Just Stay Here, a record she made with NQ Arbuckye,was nominated for a Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year in 2009.
Sing, sing a song

Sing, sing a song

Two local teens sang at Carnegie Hall recently. They were two of five Canadians chosen to participate as part of a massive choir during the American High School Honours Performance Series on June 26.

Biggest show ever to come to P.G.

When Elton John steps onto the stage Friday night in front of 6,000 fans there might be more than one person brought to tears said CN Centre entertainment and marketing supervisor.

Prism film fest tackles human issues

As part of the 14th annual Pride celebrations held in Prince George this week the only gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, two-spirited, and queer 11th annual film festival in B.C.
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