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Face the Music

Judging by last weekend's dizzying selection of live music entertainment in Fort St. John, the city's claim to the title of Northern B.C.'s music capital holds water.

Harpdog Brown coming to Fort St. John

A chance meeting with Fort St. John Mayor Bruce Lantz has led Canadian blues musician Harpdog Brown back to Fort St. John this weekend. The Edmonton-born artist was playing a gig in Grande Prairie when Lantz approached him during a break.

The return of The Vagina Monologues

Saturday's presentation of the Vagina Monologue's will mark the seventh time women have performed the play in Fort St. John Two new additions will be featured in this year's Vagina Monologues production.

Author finds strength in God

"I heard a voice that said 'take a pen and write.'" Elizabeth Betty Niemi said that was her reason for writing the self-published book, 'In Desperation I Turn To God'. The Fort St.

Cowboys and art just go together

An exhibition that opened at the Peace Gallery North Friday was as much a celebration of landscapes and characters of the Western frontier as it was a testament to the hardiness and tenacity of the artist who painted them.

Think Pink

There's a madman on the loose, and it's up to a certain French inspector to solve the case before it's too late. Stage North is bringing The Pink Panther Strikes Again to the stage as the third production in its 2010-11 season.

Mick Dalla-Vee heading to FSJ

It's going to be a good night for rock as Mick Dalla-Vee brings his decades of experience to Fort St. John. The singer, songwriter and producer said he's looking forward to making the trek up to Fort St. John. "I really like Fort St.

Dreaming of Midsummer Nights

Story:The Dr. Kearney Middle School musical theatre class is dreaming of midsummer tonight, as they bring their unique rendition of William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream to the stage.

Just Dance

Nearly a year has past since former Fort St. John resident Brock Jellison wowed the world at the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

Dawson Creek Art Gallery welcomes Alberta Artists

The Dawson Creek Art Gallery will be home to two exhibits from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Program from Jan. 11 to Jan. 28.