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In this culinary column, Chef Dez sings the praises of butter versus margarine
The One You Feed is playing at TWU’s SAMC theatre from April 11-13.
Walnut Grove Secondary School presents Newsies: The Musical beginning on Thursday, April 4.
Army of Sass dancers are putting on a circus-inspired show this weekend.
The current exhibit features bird paintings, drawings, and poetry readings.
The Royal Canadian Theatre Company is fundraising for youth programs.
Watch for our arts calendar in Friday’s print edition and our community calendar Wednesdays.
WATCH: Langley’s Sean Thomas, 17, is a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition
Peninsula resident Darcy Hinds has recurring role on popular CW series
Damn Chandelier is playing at Bez Arts Hub on Friday, March 22.
Langley’s Reuben Leonard, 16, plays the lead role in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
There’s lots to do during spring break at the Fort Langley National Historic Site.
Country-rock band’s new song will be performed at Gone Country benefit concert this summer
Actress stars in ‘Garage Sale Mysteries’ and ‘When Calls the Heart’
Langley’s Joel Struthers aims to educate the public on what service looks like in the Legion.
LCMS is hosting a free children’s concert where guests can try out musical instruments.
Langley’s Scott Campbell plays Matthew Cuthbert in TWU’s upcoming production of Anne of Green Gables.
Stephen Duncan, baritone and Derek Stanyer on piano will perform on Sunday, March 10 at LCMS.
Vancouver Island singer-songwriter Jesse Roper calls the experience ‘pretty surreal’
The community calendar is published in Wednesday’s print edition and the arts calendar is inFriday.