Natalie North

Embodying a rock ā€˜nā€™ roll legend

Lifelong Buddy Holly impersonator brings show back to a hometown crowd

The Big Personality: Shari Ulrich

Nothing's off limits for the Juno-winning artist and songwriter ā€“ including going into the studio with her daughter at the helm

Atom Egoyan: No safe place

From Mount Doug student shooting on Super 8 to internationally acclaimed director, Egoyan has told stories differently

West Coast Wild: Archery

Monday Magazine writer Natalie North takes aim at a new sport

Funny Women Festival: Women who kill

Fiercely females fest comes amidst the rise of standup comedy in Victoria

From Kid in the Hall to Hollywood dad

Bruce McCulloch tells often funny, and always true tales in Young Drunk Punk

Life as creative punks

Odds' Craig Northey on his longtime collaboration with Kid in the Hall Bruce McCulloch and their Young Drunk Punk show

Standing out from the landscape

Local Christine Walde, author of two young adult fiction novels on crossing genres, graffiti and finding time for creativity.

Step inside the costume closet

Tucked away in the quiet wilds of Broadmead sits a family home with hidden secret.

Big Personality: Maureen Washington

Diva mom's powerhouse voice can be heard non-stop at gigs across town, including Jan. 19 at the First Metropolitan Church with Daniel Cook

Barenaked Ladies: Owning their legacy

The Canadian pop-rock icons head to UVic's Farquhar Auditorium Jan. 15

West Coast Wild: Bootcamp

Fit in Fitness ā€“ Writer Natalie North gets an early morning wake-up call

REVIEW: Kitt & Jane

SNAFU Dance Theatre's throwing holiday party to celebrate, raise cash for upcoming fringe tour

Vancouver band Good For Grapes returns to Victoria roots

Frontman retells playful begins busking aboard the ferry to Victoria

Making the magic of The Nutcracker

Alberta Ballet brings the classic ballet to the stage, aided by 60 young dancers from across the South Island.

On stage in 2014

We offer a look ahead at some of the arts and entertainment Victoria audiences can look forward to in the coming year

On stage in 2014

We offer a look ahead at some of the arts and entertainment Victoria audiences can look forward to in the coming year

Beyond Basia Bulat’s Tall, Tall, Shadow

Singer-songwriter brings her new sound, along with a charango, autoharp and synths, to Victoria Dec. 4.

Vaudeville enters the Canary Club

Atomic Vaudeville hosts speakeasy in support of their newest work, a collaboration with singer-songwriter Anne Schaefer

Armed to entertain

Naden Band plays The Royal Theatre Dec. 16 to 18 at 7:30pm, with guests Ken Lavigne and Stephanie Greaves