Nicole Crescenzi

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria sees delays in expansion

Rising construction costs prompt AGGV to look at different design, funding options for NEXT project

Free-B Film Festival celebrates 20th anniversary

Head to Victoria’s Beacon Hill Park to see family favourites on the big screen

City-wide murder mystery game coming to Victoria

CluedUpp is bringing a virtual detective competition to the city’s downtown in October

International, Disney and Hallmark films set to be filmed in Victoria in 2019

Local and international production companies working out film locations in town

Learn about a life of luxury at Victoria’s historic Point Ellice House

New political exhibit part of grand reopening at the House this weekend, July 20-21

The page turns on operations at Hermann’s Jazz Club

Arts on View Society officially takes over management of View Street clubs as of July 15

Victoria’s new artist in residence Kathryn Calder brings music to the city

Calder takes over the role from visual artist and muralist Luke Ramsey

Special Report: Opioid overdose display gets blessing from the Pope, awaits a city-approved spot

Judith Conway’s large display represents people who have died from opioid overdoses

Special Report: Living with addiction while saving others during the opioid crisis

Charlene Baron draws on her experiences in her work with other local addicts

Greater Victoria’s school of magic is back

Alectoria School of Magic will run its second summer camp at Shawnigan Lake School

First cruise ship of the season docks in Victoria

The largest ship in the schedule due to arrive on May 12

‘Best of the City’ is back for the 25th year!

The polls are now open to vote for your favourite businesses in town

CCPA’s contribution to the arts honoured with Acorn Award

Second annual award given out by Oak Bay Parks, Recreation and Culture

Owners of The Drake Eatery to open new brewery and lounge

The new lounge is set to open on Herald Street in downtown Victoria

Victoria author pens biography on Emily Carr’s monkey, Woo

The artist famously had many animals including the macaque monkey

Learning the dragon: Victoria students rehearse for Chinese New Year performance

Students at the Victoria Chinese Public School participate in traditional dances every year

Victoria dancer shares concussion experience in a neuro-diverse performance

Stacey Horton’s Concussion explores living with and recovering from brain injury

WATCH: Backstage as Cirque du Soleil premieres ‘Corteo’ in Victoria

Story of a clown’s dream-like funeral fantasy in the circus world runs Oct. 4-7 at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre

Victoria’s Ethiopian community welcomes in the year 2011

Area residents celebrate Ethiopian New Year on Sept. 12, based on the Julian calendar

Shared love of classical music leads to Victoria Symphony’s largest-ever private donation

$1-million donors Len Chapple and late wife, Dallas, were major supporters of the Symphony