Josef Jacobson

Nanaimo jazz singer entertaining neighbours in cul-de-sacs

Narissa Young performing while being mindful of social distancing

Victoria author, longtime film publicist releases memoir, ‘Nanaimo Girl’

Prudence Emery crossed path with countless celebrities during her 40-year career

Nanaimo artist auctions COVID-19-inspired art for pandemic relief charity

Andrea Thomas’s paintings will benefit Nanaimo Community Response Fund

Nanaimo musician Glen Foster releases new album, living room concert video

‘Not Far Away’ includes reworked versions of songs from 2019’s ‘Party Out There Tonight’ EP

Nanaimo musician up for Independent Music Award for first song from first CD

Ryan Newton gets alt. country song nomination for ‘Casting Shadows (On the Heels of Tomorrow)’

Vancouver Island MC hosts virtual dance parties live-streamed from his backyard

Neil Cutler of Nanaimo Community Dances said he’s drawn viewers from as far away as Alberta

Vancouver Island musicians in quarantine thank neighbours with backyard performance

Nanaimo Chamber Orchestra director Karl Rainer and his sons play for those in self-isolation

Juno-nominated Nanaimo teen Lauren Spencer-Smith to appear on ‘American Idol’

Singer up for Adult Contemporary Album of the Year for ‘Unplugged, Vol. 1’

‘The Amazing Race Canada’ comes to Nanaimo area

Stops include Deep Bay Marine Field Station, Petroglyph park and Horne Lake Caves

Nude dance ‘Serpentine’ will be performed for Nanaimo audience

Choreographer Daina Ashbee returns to hometown from Montreal for provocative show

Launch star Poesy launching first big tour on Vancouver Island

Poesy appeared on CTV reality show ‘The Launch,’ now opening for Vancouver’s Matthew Good

Comic Debra DiGiovanni says Snowed In tour feels like ‘comedy camp’

Four Canadian comics set to warm up audiences at Victoria’s Royal Theatre Jan. 12

Shark-attack metal band coming to Victoria tonight

Shark Infested Daughters, a Calgary metalcore group, play the Upstairs Cabaret tonight, Oct. 13

Vancouver Island soprano Eve Daniell comes to Nanaimo’s St. Paul’s Anglican Church

Singer born in Duncan, raised in Cowichan Valley before studying opera in the U.K.

Gabriola glass blowers Dirk Huysman, Mary Ann Richards launch first solo show

Plan a road trip: Island’s Hive Emporium hosting exhibition through June 24

Seafaring Caravan Stage Company performs at Nanaimo Waterfront Suites and Marina

Post-apocalyptic rock opera Nomadic Tempest is staged on a docked boat

Canada’s seventh poet laureate George Elliott Clarke coming to Nanaimo Museum

Event will include poets laureate from Nanaimo, Victoria and Comox Valley

Toronto sculptor Ayala Reznik is Gabriola Island’s April artist in residence

Reznik will be working on her series of figurines at the Haven from April 3 to 30

John McDermott joins the Vancouver Island Symphony for St. Patrick’s Day concerts

Nanaimo performances will feature personal stories and traditional Irish ditties

Singer Ann Mortifee is giving a rare performance at the Port Theatre

Mortifee is sharing the bill with old friend folk-singer Rick Scott