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A band fronted by Juno-award-winning musician Julie Doiron released their first full-length album.
Friday, Sept. 15 is the last call for the RCAC’s contest and art exhibition call for submissions.
The Rossland Acoustic Music Camp will take place Sept. 29 to Oct. 1 at the Red Roof Church.
Rossland musician Brett Wildeman has released his latest album and is heading out on tour.
The local chapter of the Canadian Federation of University Women is celebrating its 50th anniversary
We talked with the key players to find out more about how The Red Mountain came together.
The Trail District Arts Council announces Jazz at the Griff is now available as a series pass.
We encourage everyone to dress in heritage costume or red/white clothing to show our patriotism.
A fictional account of the doomed Franklin expedition of the mid-1800s.
The smoke from the forest fires was parted for exactly the dates of the Armstrong Metalfest.
A local trio played chamber music by “Guys named Franz” to raise fund for Red Cross last Wednesday.
Towards the end of Creedence Clearwater Revisited’s set at CannaFest, fans began chanting “CCR.”
Rossland will have five stops on the Columbia Basin Culture Tour, taking place Aug. 12 and 13.
On Aug. 20, the cast of the Gold Fever Follies will perform selected fan fiction submitted by fans.
La Cafamore is doing a concert at the home of Mayor Kathy Moore to Red Cross B.C. Fires Appeal.
On Thursday, Aug. 17 Kootenay Savings Music in the Park welcomes fresh voices to the bandstand.
The Emoji Movie, will screen as a sensory-friendly movie at the Royal Theatre, Aug. 3 at 11 am.
The local arts council is planning a three-day celebration in October.
Creedence Clearwater Revisited will headline CannaFest in Grand Forks this August.
The seventh annual Kootenay Festival will take place at Millennium Park on Saturday.