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Monday, April 2 LIVE AND LOVING IT Who : Alpha Ya Ya Diallo Where : The Boot It's reggae madness with these masters of the art of groovin'. Who : Guitar Doug Where : Merlin's Doug hosts rounds night for the lifties. Come early for a fun-filled night.

Weekend Entertainment Listings

Friday, March 30 ON THE MIC Who: The Whole Damn County Where : Moe Joe's The local boys are back, banging out a never-ending list of classic favourites to keep you rocking all night.

Millennium Place planning arts series

As the opening date for the Maurice Young Millennium Place finally draws near, volunteers are needed to help organize the facility's arts events. MY Place general manager, Rob Hallam, says community input is vital for the success of the centre.

Clicking with the people

WHO: Garaj Mahal WHERE: GLC WHEN: Saturday, March 31 Four musical forces, one big sound. Garaj Mahal is being touted as the next big thing on the jam band scene.

Dance society finds home in Millennium Place

The newly-formed Whistler Dance Society won't be dancing in the streets. In fact they're kicking up their heels after the news that they've secured space in The Maurice Young Millennium Place.

Children's Art Festival looking for artists

It's almost that time of year for the local artistic community to share their know how with budding talent. The Whistler Children's Art Festival is now accepting proposals from artists who would like to participate in the weekend workshops.

WSSF lineup includes some big names

Reggae, rock, house and hip hop - this year's Telus World Ski & Snowboard Festival has it all.

Business booming for Squamish artist

Business is booming for Squamish artist Monique Aisbett after she took part in a regional gift show in Vancouver.

Wide Mouth Mason cancelled

To the disappointment of many, Wide Mouth Mason has announced the cancellation of their April 7 appearance at Dusty's. The band's manager, Norm Shapre, says WMM is currently on tour opening for AC/DC.

The strong, silent type

’nuff said WHO: Removal WHERE: The Boot WHEN: Sunday, March 25 They’re a band of few words. Literally. They don’t have a traditional band bio. The description on their Web site reads: "There can be only none.