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Trashion show highlights recycled materials

Trashion show highlights recycled materials

Some people throw out their trash. Some people throw on their trash. The Two Rivers Gallery will parade a junket of junk out on their catwalk this Saturday, showing off how the arts community is wearing their environmental concerns on their sleeve.

Choirs set for Circle of Friends show

The end of the school year always ends on a musical note whenever the District 57 Tapestry Singers are around.
Studio 2880 hosts Morrison show

Studio 2880 hosts Morrison show

Revolution, poverty, government oppression, military fear, fascism, abusive classism - Donna Morrison has seen all this and painted from it.
Cummings playing Vanier Hall

Cummings playing Vanier Hall

A rock 'n' roll legend is coming back to Prince George for an intimate concert experience. Burton Cummings is a Canadian Music Hall of Fame two-time inductee (the only musician to hold the title for both his band and his solo career).
Mackenzie headlining comedy show for hospice

Mackenzie headlining comedy show for hospice

Alex Mackenzie is trippin' on comedy. The trip will go wherever the sound of laughter might take him.
German singer Jomila has deep roots in city

German singer Jomila has deep roots in city

Singer-songwriter Jomila knows her way around Prince George uncannily well for a foreigner. She may be from Germany, but this is one of her many second homes.
Huble Homestead marks 30th anniversary

Huble Homestead marks 30th anniversary

History is making history. Huble Homestead, the living museum on the site of the pioneer farm on the shores of the Fraser River north of the city, is about to open its gates for the new season.
Potters holding mug month

Potters holding mug month

This is the month to get mugged, if you're a pottery fan. The Prince George Potters' Guild coordinates an annual sale on some of their most popular wares, each May.
McKellar bringing art to the street

McKellar bringing art to the street

With his brand new book and his long local history, street artist Keith McKellar is making a colourful return to Prince George.
Comedy show supporting Wheelin' Warriors of the North

Comedy show supporting Wheelin' Warriors of the North

The wheels turn in the head of any comedian and they turn under the efforts of the Wheelin' Warriors of the North. This collection of local road-riders raises money for their annual pedal through the highways of the province.