Studio 393 and Graffiti Art are creating many engaging projects that target youth living in neighbourhoods where they are vulnerable to the influence of gangs.
Lou Gramm, vocalist and main songwriter for Foreigner, still has the pipes to belt out the classic hits that fans are eager to chew up as quickly as the band can spit them out.
Local production of Gilbert and Sullivan comedy opera offers exceptional entertainment from start to finish.
If you’re looking for a unique and original gift for Mother’s Day, you may want to check out the 7th annual Wolseley’s Envision Festival of the Arts on Friday and Saturday.
Singing has a tremendous ability to lift one’s spirit. And it’s the singing of Spirit’s Call Choir that welcomes new Canadians to their adopted homeland.
From classical pieces to Georgian folk to spirituals to Curtis Mayfield and Michael Jackson, Antiphony amazed the crowd with their arrangements.
There was a feeling of camaraderie and togetherness among the participants as they marched through the streets to create awareness for the working class.
Billed as an evening of music, mime and clowning, the first annual Cabaret Clownesque was a huge success as every seat was filled at the Park Theatre for an evening of vaudevillian entertainment.
A traveling interactive project has people stitching into a blanket responses to the now infamous comment by Prime Minister Stephen Harper: “We have no history of colonialism.”
Hands up if you share my dismay over the fact that the two Canadians who are best known to the world right now are Rob Ford and Justin Bieber.