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Copper and COVID-19

Copper and COVID-19

New Britannia Mine Museum exhibit explores metal's history as treatment
Bringing back the music

Bringing back the music

Local musicians weigh in on their slow, cautious return to the stage
Pemberton entrepreneur releases debut business book

Pemberton entrepreneur releases debut business book

Pulsing Through My Veins: Raw and Real Stories From An Entrepreneur available on Amazon 
Out East spent quarantine wisely

Out East spent quarantine wisely

Find Squamish band’s debut EP He’s  on all streaming platforms in early July 
Despite the pandemic, the Squamish Wind Festival will blow into town this summer

Despite the pandemic, the Squamish Wind Festival will blow into town this summer

Distance Together Event Series remains family-friendly—and free
Arts Whistler firms up plans for Anonymous Art Show

Arts Whistler firms up plans for Anonymous Art Show

Arts News: Whistler Film Festival’s Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship seeks submissions 
Rebel Appliance are well-suited for the times

Rebel Appliance are well-suited for the times

New Whistler duo digs into deep ties and an eclectic acoustic repertoire 
The Zoom Chronicles drums up drama in quarantine

The Zoom Chronicles drums up drama in quarantine

Between Shifts Theatre set to release seven one-act plays starting July 5
Join in livestream chat about Vancouver sitcom The Switch

Join in livestream chat about Vancouver sitcom The Switch

Alphabet Soup hosts online community event on Thursday, June 25
Black movies matter

Black movies matter

I was 15 years old in April of 1992 when four LAPD officers were acquitted for beating the crap out of Rodney King while unknowingly being filmed with a video camera.