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A pack of outlaws hit the stage

A pack of outlaws hit the stage

Stage North’s latest production, Outlaw, brings the audience back to the Old West
The King’s influence

The King’s influence

Donny Edwards was barely three when Elvis Presley died. Thirty-nine years later, Edwards is one of the top Elvis tribute acts in the world, and plays Fort St. John May 12
Extras needed Saturday for film shoot in Fort St. John

Extras needed Saturday for film shoot in Fort St. John

Fort St. John and Pouce Coupe filmmakers team up for Frantic48 Film Challenge
Peace filmmakers scramble this weekend for Frantic48 Film Challenge

Peace filmmakers scramble this weekend for Frantic48 Film Challenge

Filmmakers throughout the Alberta and B.C. Peace Region will be getting frantic this weekend—including a trio of filmmakers from Pouce Coupe and Fort St. John.
Best of the Performing Arts Fest

Best of the Performing Arts Fest

After a week full of music and dance, the Peace River North Performing Arts Festival came to a close with its ‘Best of the Fest’ concert on Sunday night.
Celebrating Peace Region songstresses

Celebrating Peace Region songstresses

She may have been the youngest woman on the stage, but she had the biggest voice by far. Thirteen-year-old Megan Clarance, a Grade 7 student at Dr.
A certified country concert (With Photo Gallery)

A certified country concert (With Photo Gallery)

Gord Bamford and Joe Nichols had the audience two-steppin’ the night away at the Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek
Points of View 3 showcases unique perspectives of local artists

Points of View 3 showcases unique perspectives of local artists

The beauty of art is that it’s completely open to interpretation — not just the subject matter, but how an artist chooses to present that subject. Points of View 3 , the latest exhibition at Peace Gallery North, does just that.
Bow before the Queens of Sheba

Bow before the Queens of Sheba

In 1976, a teenager named JoAnne went to a concert in Edmonton, where she saw a little band called Heart open for ZZ Top.
Fort St. John's Last Horse Standing grounded in sense of place, community

Fort St. John's Last Horse Standing grounded in sense of place, community

For Joseph te Bulte, there's power in one's sense of place in the world. Indeed, it's the backbone of his song B.C .