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Former UVic student's thesis project celebrated globally
Gerry Laing has been clad in overalls at his post behind the Big Bad John’s bar for 45 years.
Margaret Cho’s latest show goes deep
Monday writer Natalie North hits the waters off Greater Victoria with Prince of Whales
Marine Restaurant exec chef Jeff Keenliside takes Monday writer to taste Sean Bodie and Buddy Wolfe's food at Jam Cafe
Folk legend comes to Vancouver Island to perform two shows in Victoria and Nanaimo
Playing golf with a Frisbee gives a whole new meaning to the term ‘hitting a birdie’
Victoria Fringe Theatre Festival returns Aug. 21-31, bringing more than 50 shows and 300 performances
The guys behind Atomique Productions on their road from high school concert promoters to running Victoria's leading concert promotion house
The formula for the Wilson sisters’s ongoing success built on ideals of style and substance
Hands on the horn of the saddle, leaning back slightly, I press my heels against her and eventually we get going.
Current Swell tunes influenced by their teen partying days, have since evolved into the musings of musicians in the twilight of their youth
Last year 14,000 people streamed through Ship Point for Ska fest
Greg Proops, Smartest Man in the World, has a lot to say, and he will, June 6 at the McPherson with Ryan Stiles for On the Couch
If there’s one take-home from an evening with Man Made Lake – it’s that they do things differently.
Artist cartoonist Gareth Gaudin creates comics starring his daughters Enid Jupiter, 5, and Lyra Gotham, 2.
35-year veteran of rock is willing to rise above pneumonia and spend his down time talking about his new music with The Wildabouts.
The one-man show stops by the University of Victoria June 5. If you ask Short, it’ll be a “Party with Marty.”
Comic legend in Nanaimo and Victoria May 11-12 for two nights of music and comedy
The crew aboard Rob Tape's Riot welcome Monday Magazine's Natalie North into a (sometimes) windy world of sailboat racing