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Priests of punk stalk Whistler

Francophobe has changed his ways WHO: Nunstalker & Slick 60 WHERE: The Boot Pub WHEN: Dec. 10 The former leader of a punk rock band with a dubious name says he has seen the light, and changed his ways.

Pantomime plays with theatrical boundaries

WHAT: Hickory Dickory Doc WHERE: Eagle Eye Theatre (Squamish) WHEN: Dec.

Freestyle rap promotes freestyle skiing

The Canadian Freestyle Ski Association is hoping three things commonly found in Canadian ski resorts will help let the up and coming freestylers break into, and more importantly, stay in the sport. Those three things are: skiing, snow tires and rap.

Winterland cybernaut 749

The snow is falling, the base is building, and the possibilities of the coming winter are as infinite as the composition of snowflakes on frosted glass. Beautiful.

Choirs, Santa celebrate season

The Whistler Children’s Chorus gets into the spirit of the season this weekend with their annual Christmas concert to benefit the Whistler Food Bank.

Cuban salsa has Latin forerunners

Cuban salsa has Latin forerunners WHO: The Puentes Brothers WHERE: The Boot Pub WHEN: Dec.

Victoria's German Wonder

Victoria’s German wonder Boogie woogie piano player does Showcase 2000 WHO: The Michael Kaeshammer Trio WHERE: Catholic Community Centre WHEN: Dec. 8, 8 p.m.

Whistler Swings Again

Whistler swings again WHO: Johnny Ferreira and The Swing Machine WHERE: Buffalo Bill’s Bar & Grill WHEN: Dec.

Pique to Valley Listings July 25-31

SUMMERTIME STREET ENTERTAINMENT For the little kids and the big kids at heart, the streets are alive with the sounds of comedy, congas and circus capers. On Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 7 p.m.