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Events list for Oct. 29 to 31

The Clumsy Custard Horror Show and Ice Cream Clone Review is presented by the Prince George Theatre Workshop until Saturday at 7 p.m., with a matinee on Saturday at 2, at Kinsmen Community Complex, 777 Kinsmen Place.
Sultry tones brought home the blues

Sultry tones brought home the blues

There's something to be said for days gone by when big boxy microphones were used by a bluesy soul songstress as she soothed stressed audience members with her sultry tone.

What's happening in Prince George

Two Rivers Gallery hosts its free Thursday all day at the gallery where three exhibition spaces have new displays each month. For more information call 250-614-7800. Food for Thought film series installment takes place Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Banks on her talent

Banks on her talent

She would have moved her wedding date to open for Reba. Luckily, when her agent asked if she wanted the gig, all she had to do was find her way out of the dress that was halfway over her head with a stuck zipper.
Sharing the Warmth with St. Vincent's people in need

Sharing the Warmth with St. Vincent's people in need

When a small-business owner drove by St. Vincent De Paul's during lunch hour on a particularly cold and rainy day, she saw the long line up of people in need who were most definitely underdressed for the weather.

Call out for the joy of singing

The Prince George Academy of Music is looking for students to join the children's choir. The academy started in '07 when Paul Brett thought there was a lack of services on the Hart Highway.
Bonham's band gets the Led out

Bonham's band gets the Led out

Before he died in 1980, John Bonham taught his son Jason not to be afraid to take chances. That approach to life worked out well for John, who put his faith a pair of drumsticks and went on to become a rock legend with Led Zeppelin.
Lighting a FUSE for the homeless

Lighting a FUSE for the homeless

The homeless in Prince George are not without a voice and are now speaking out through moving and thought-provoking art, featured in an exhibit at Art Space until Oct. 30.
Bonham's band gets the Led out

Bonham's band gets the Led out

Before he died in 1980, John Bonham taught his son Jason not to be afraid to take chances. That approach to life worked out well for John, who put his faith a pair of drumsticks and went on to become a rock legend with Led Zeppelin.
Profound sound: Juno winner Connie Kaldor

Profound sound: Juno winner Connie Kaldor

The audience that packed Art Space Monday and Tuesday nights this week enjoyed two hours of profound entertainment from Juno award-winning singer, songwriter Connie Kaldor.