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Ouest opens its doors

After a lot of anticipation, the latest addition to Jack Evrensel’s Top Table Restaurant Group will open its doors on Dec. 15. Called Ouest, the 70-seat restaurant offers world class chefs and a contemporary French kitchen.

Vogler launches Features book at Black's

Whistler Features, a new book by Stephen Vogler, will be hitting the book stores this weekend. "It’s the best of six years of writing about Whistler," Vogler says.

Music all winter at Monk's, Zeuski's

Live entertainment is on the rise this winter in Whistler, as a couple of restaurants will be featuring solo acoustic musicians and standard four-piece bands.

Milenkoff moving on to see the world

Boot Pub manager made the pub a place for music If you’re relatively new to the Whistler Valley, like so many people are at this time of year, you may have already had the pleasure of seeing a punk rock show at the only venue in Whistler that su

Kaeshammer trio teases jazz purists

Review by Paul Andrew Not knowing the elementary rudiments of acoustic piano played in the so called boogie woogie style of the Old South took nothing away from Michael Kaeshammer’s incredible performance at the Catholic Community centre Dec.

Special concert weekend in January

World Freestyle Championships bring in live rockers, punkers, new music A musical event as big as the Summit Concert Series is shaping up to support this January’s major sporting event on Blackcomb Mountain.

Tex Corleone's, where you can stand on the tables and have a little fun

Inside, it’s a Spaghetti Western – part Wild West, part Italian-American. Clint Eastwood glares and grits his teeth at you from posters on the walls, challenging you to finish everything on your plate. C’mon, sissy. Get it in you.

New era for liquor regulation enforcement

During the last month or so, Whistler’s licensed premises have been seeing much more of the Liquor Control Board officer, and some say his actions have been carried out with a chip on his shoulder.

Banjo, fiddle, folk and bluegrass

Saunders, Salay splinter into two trios WHO: A Celtic Trio WHERE: The Dubh Linn Gate WHEN: Dec.

JOBS GALORE BUT NO ROOM AT THE INN>

Whistler jobs go vacant as winter season moves into high gear From the outside, Whistler looks poised for another bumper season.