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Stellar concert honours Tom Kershaw

A full house of the musical community, friends and family of Sechelt resident Thomas Gordon Kershaw turned out last Saturday to honour the musician who passed away Nov. 26, 2004.

Local artist donates work

Dec. 26, 2004 will be a day long remembered by a local artist. Along with the rest of the world, Nadina Tandy watched the horrible events unfold in South Asia.

Music, politics in two special films

Toronto filmmaker Avi Lewis and writer Naomi Klein are often to be seen on the Coast visiting family in Roberts Creek.

A spicy night of jazz

For a night of hot and spicy New Orleans rockin' roots and blues, come to the annual January fundraising dance for the Gibsons Landing Jazz Festival.

Local boy bound for Broadway

Former Coast kid Gordie Bruce has traded his gumboots for tap shoes in the Big Apple. He has always dreamed of appearing on Broadway, and thanks to some big city schooling, he's closer than ever to that goal.

Biblical Revelations from life drawing

The title, Revelations 1: Life and Limn, was a big drawing card. First of all, the spelling of "limn" is correct.

Stranger Than Fiction: Punny Junco Jan

Stranger Than Fiction is the title of a new show at the Blue Moon Café of acrylic on wood paintings from prolific Sechelt artist Janice Williams. "I'm just kidding," says Williams, also known by her artist's name of Junco Jan.

FOG presents new exhibition

The first exhibition of 2005 at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre is the annual Friends of the Gallery (FOG) show.

Revelations at art gallery

Revelations, an exhibition of figure paintings, is ongoing until Feb. 6 at the Gibsons Public Art Gallery. Organized by the gallery, this exhibit features nine Coast artists who began painting together in 2000.

A labour of love for filmmaker

You have to do what you love. That's what local filmmaker Vaughn Winmill said of his career change from actor to director and filmmaker. "I worked as an actor for 10 years and I had a good run from about 1993 to 1996.
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