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With a long and dedicated career in the newspaper and magazine industry that started at the University of Victoria, Ruby Della-Siega joined the Monday team as a sales representative in 1984. She has worked with the local business and arts communities to create numerous successful print and digital campaigns, building growth and brand awareness. Ruby is an active volunteer in a variety of local arts groups, and serves on the boards of both the Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria and the Friends of Music Society. Based at Monday Magazine’s Broughton Street downtown office in Victoria, Ruby oversees sales at Monday and works with the editorial and digital teams to bring further success to the region’s longest standing arts and entertainment magazine.
After leaving the Calgary Sun to return home to Victoria, Sara Wilson joined the Monday Magazine team in October of 2016. As an award-winning journalist and editor, with nearly 15 years experience in print media, Sara has travelled the country covering the arts and politics from the Sunshine Coast, Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Northwest Territories, Perth, Australia, New Zealand and Bali, Indonesia. She works with community groups and arts lovers in Victoria to bring local coverage of all things entertainment.
Folktoria aims to pick up where Folkfest left off
Project many years in the making, but planned for current Rockland site
Over 200 brews and ciders will be featured at this year’s craft celebration
Made-for-TV movie will feature the inside of the Rockland Avenue mansion
Year-end recital at the Roost features Nellie Quinn’s fiddle students
Grant will attract audiences from across B.C. and Washington
Signups on now for crowd-pleasing series staged at Charles Hoey Park as part of The 39 Days of July.