Terry Farrell

Comox Valley singer-songwriter Helen Austin, and Cincinnati’s Paul Otten are Big Little Lions. Photo via biglittlelions.com

Big Little Lions earn Canadian Folk Music Award nomination

Duo featuring Comox Valley singer-songwriter Helen Austin keeping busy during pandemic

Comox Valley singer-songwriter Helen Austin, and Cincinnati’s Paul Otten are Big Little Lions. Photo via biglittlelions.com
I-Hos Gallery manager Ramona Johnson shows some of the paddles available at the retail outlet. Photo by Terry Farrell

I-Hos Gallery celebrates 25 years of promoting First Nation artwork

K’ómoks First Nation-based outlet has art from all over the country

I-Hos Gallery manager Ramona Johnson shows some of the paddles available at the retail outlet. Photo by Terry Farrell
Comox author Loraine Hartley, with a few copies of her debut novel, “My Delightfully Dysfunctional Family.” Photo supplied

Comox author pens novel about life in a blended family

Loraine Hartley’s experience leads to My Delightfully Dysfunctional Family (And Me)

Comox author Loraine Hartley, with a few copies of her debut novel, “My Delightfully Dysfunctional Family.” Photo supplied
Candice Robillard (centre) and her Thursday evening class don their masks for a group photo. “We only wore masks to take the photo because we couldn’t maintain distance, but do not have to wear masks during class,” said Robillard. Photo supplied

Vancouver Island dance classes billed as female empowerment tool

New Comox Valley business focuses on ‘promoting positive body image’

Candice Robillard (centre) and her Thursday evening class don their masks for a group photo. “We only wore masks to take the photo because we couldn’t maintain distance, but do not have to wear masks during class,” said Robillard. Photo supplied
Sue Medley, playing with Colin James on the Grierson Stage at the 2019 Vancouver Island MusicFest. Photo courtesy Kirk Friederich/JKirk Photography

30 years later, Sue Medley’s hit ‘Dangerous Times’ more relevant than ever

Vancouver Island singer/songwriter reflects on her ’90s national hit

Sue Medley, playing with Colin James on the Grierson Stage at the 2019 Vancouver Island MusicFest. Photo courtesy Kirk Friederich/JKirk Photography
Tune in for the Wish You Were Beer! Virtual Happy Hour concert series and you can have your very own house concert, featuring some of the Comox Valley’s best musicians. Luke Blu Guthrie (pictured) played May 2 at Brewing Company. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley craft breweries hosting a series of live-stream concerts

Wish You Were Beer Comox Valley Craft Brewery Virtual Happy Hour underway

Tune in for the Wish You Were Beer! Virtual Happy Hour concert series and you can have your very own house concert, featuring some of the Comox Valley’s best musicians. Luke Blu Guthrie (pictured) played May 2 at Brewing Company. Photo by Terry Farrell
VIDEO: Comox Valley duo pens song, creates video to send an uplifting message during COVID-19 pandemic

VIDEO: Comox Valley duo pens song, creates video to send an uplifting message during COVID-19 pandemic

Easy Street’s ‘We’re All in this Together’ features photos and video clips from around the world

VIDEO: Comox Valley duo pens song, creates video to send an uplifting message during COVID-19 pandemic
Vancouver Island MusicFest has been cancelled, due to COVID-19. File photo

COVID-19 forces cancellation of Vancouver Island MusicFest

Announcement regarding tickets forthcoming

Vancouver Island MusicFest has been cancelled, due to COVID-19. File photo
Screenshot from video.

VIDEO: Island artist gets help from Canadians far and wide for inspirational self-isolation message

Sue Pyper and others appear in video, accompanied by the Big Little Lions’ tune ‘Big Mistake’

Screenshot from video.
A fan takes a photo of a band at a live concert. Photo by Terry Farrell

Music industry feeling the effects of COVID-19 pandemic

Island musicians, promoters and producers alike reeling from cancellations, venue bans

A fan takes a photo of a band at a live concert. Photo by Terry Farrell
Seventy-four-year-old Kunio Yamagishi has published his first novel. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley senior pens fiction novel

The Return of a Shadow “sheds a new light on the Japanese-Canadian internment camps”

Seventy-four-year-old Kunio Yamagishi has published his first novel. Photo by Terry Farrell