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Artist’s beadwork chosen for national display

Artist’s beadwork chosen for national display

Kim Gullion-Stewart, a former longtime local resident, will have her art in the collection at the Canadian Indigenous Art Centre in Gateneau Quebec, it was recently announced.
Local artist retiring from Ducks Unlimited Canada

Local artist retiring from Ducks Unlimited Canada

At the end of the year, local artist Ken Ferris will retire from his work at Ducks Unlimited Canada as manager of volunteer and corporate fundraising for northern BC.
Things to do in Prince George during a pandemic Christmas

Things to do in Prince George during a pandemic Christmas

It's all about the great outdoors when it comes to looking for things to do with the family this holiday season.
Bella Bella archaeological expedition sparks first novel for Williams Lake resident

Bella Bella archaeological expedition sparks first novel for Williams Lake resident

A 35-year ago experience on B.C.’s central coast is the inspiration behind a retired Williams Lake teacher’s first novel.
Bell sings songs for the town

Bell sings songs for the town

The shadowy blobby-blob in the animated video version of Doing Sound, a song from Danny Bell's latest album Songs for the Town, is meant to look like that. It's symbolism.
Local man’s memoir recounts experience at Irish residential school

Local man’s memoir recounts experience at Irish residential school

Seanie, John, Irish. He answers to them all depending on who's calling his name. Seanie is what he goes by most days because that's what his mom called him. John is his legal name and that one is OK, too.
Celebration of Lights now a drive-thru event

Celebration of Lights now a drive-thru event

It's that time of year again. The Celebration of Lights at the Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum will be held from Dec. 18 to 23 and 27 to 30 from 5 to 9 p.m. but this year it's a drive-thru event.
Acts of Kindness exhibit at Two Rivers Gallery

Acts of Kindness exhibit at Two Rivers Gallery

As a visual artist with a disability Troy Lindstrom created a new body of work featuring portraits of people who have inspired and supported him.
Live artists adapting to pandemic life

Live artists adapting to pandemic life

The Prince George Symphony Orchestra is doing it. Theatre NorthWest is doing it. Gypsy Entertainment Group is doing it.
Miracle on 34th Street actor craves connection

Miracle on 34th Street actor craves connection

When live entertainment came to a sudden stop because of the pandemic, it hit the audience hard. Still harder hit were those people in the industry making their living providing that entertainment.