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Painter Angela Muellers’ latest exhibit is a shrine to the Sea to Sky’s favourite things

Painter Angela Muellers’ latest exhibit is a shrine to the Sea to Sky’s favourite things

Featuring 15 works, Muellers’ summer-long show hones in on mountains and dogs
Flag Stop Festival levels up in its 10th year

Flag Stop Festival levels up in its 10th year

Grassroots arts festival will feature theatre groups from Whistler, Squamish and Vancouver for the first time 
Arrival Music Festival lands in Pemberton next month

Arrival Music Festival lands in Pemberton next month

After a year with no concerts or festivals, music fans can rejoice with the return of The Arrival Music Festival in Pemberton in August.
Brother Twang goes full ‘80s on The World Went Crazy Yesterday

Brother Twang goes full ‘80s on The World Went Crazy Yesterday

Whistler rock band initially released fourth studio album exclusively on CD
Pemberton’s small-but-mighty visual art scene  on display  for ArtHop

Pemberton’s small-but-mighty visual art scene on display for ArtHop

Summer-long exhibit features close to 30 artists displayed in shops around town
Whistler Film Festival promotes long-time staffer to executive director role

Whistler Film Festival promotes long-time staffer to executive director role

Angela Heck has been involved with festival in various capacities since its inception
Do you know all the uses for copper?

Do you know all the uses for copper?

Britannia Mine Museum exhibit 'Connected by Copper: From Cells to Cell Phones' on now until September.
Deanna Drudge moves from ‘girl in the back’ to centre-stage on Killing Time

Deanna Drudge moves from ‘girl in the back’ to centre-stage on Killing Time

Close to quitting music altogether, the pandemic reignited Squamish folk rocker’s passion 
Notes from the Back Row: Re-Integration—movies are back!

Notes from the Back Row: Re-Integration—movies are back!

Kids can ‘Crack the Case’ at the Whistler library this summer

Kids can ‘Crack the Case’ at the Whistler library this summer

Detective-themed programming includes self-directed scavenger hunt modelled after Pemberton library’s popular event