Travis Paterson

Cedar Hill art show draws on work in Nepal for inspiration

Proceeds from show will go to NepalAbility, which funds neuro-rehabilitation programs at Nepal’s Tansen Hospital.

LukeFest attracts powerhouse lineup

Feb. 13 concert pays tribute to Saanich musician who died in fire

Saanich film entrepreneur boasts some big titles

Brent Hodge's film company has turned out several hits, including I Am Chris Farley and A Brony Tale

Saanich actor debuts in Belfry Christmas Carol

Claremont student will play eldest of the Cratchit siblings

Saanich artist right at home on studio tour

April Caverhill has put the finishing touches on 2016 calendar featuring her original work

Greased Lightning hits Claremont

Grease, The Musical stars have high school tales of their own

There will be bacon, with Baconalooza!

First annual Baconalooza! outdoor food and music festival planned for May 23 at Velox Rugby Club

Mount Doug pianist takes top honours in competition

Saanich musician Rachel Lee earns top honour among Grade 10 level-entries for Royal Conservatory of Music’s Video Challenge.

Technology at the heart of Creative Stitches and Crafting Alive expo

Digital advances mean sewing isn’t just grandma’s domain

Artists put their hearts into work

Oak Bay Art Club puts on biggest show of the year at Goward House

Inside Whisky Fest: Canadian whiskies are not brown vodka

Monday Magazine writer Travis Paterson channels Don Draper and sips from top Canadian whiskies at the Victoria Whisky Festival

A LION COMES TO LIFE

The mythical lion leaps and dances through Chinatown as part of the Chinese New Year Celebrations

A Wilde winter tale

Theatre brings First Metropolitan Christmas service to life

Goin’ for mo

The boys of Boxers are Brief Boylesque are back, showing off how Less really is Mo

Island Insider this week: Travis Paterson

Steve Nash’s Unlikely Ascent to NBA stardom

Slick with a razor

At 76, Jimmy Pavlidis, and his Fort Street barber shop, are downtown legends like none other.

Magic in the making

Talented magician takes talent in stride

Home field advantage

Young playwright Corin Wrigley brings the misunderstood story of baseball superstar Ty Cobb to life in Something Like a War