Entertainment

Jerry Lewis, comedian, telethon host, dies at 91

Lewis first became a star in a duo with Dean Martin

Museum open house will also feature historic walking tour

Check out the new QuestUpon augmented reality app, then take a tour of the former Public Building.

Country singer Glen Campbell dies at 81

The guitarist from Akansas was known for hits like Rhinestone Cowboy and Wichita Lineman.

Trailblazing B.C.-born magician Celeste Evans dies at 85

Evans offered a uniquely feminine take on a craft that generally relegated women to the sidelines

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    Arrr me matey! Johnny Depp visits BC Children’s Hospital

       

      SPOTTED: Ryan Reynolds filming Deadpool in Vancouver

         

        Trudeau, Bono and Prince Charles take stage for Canada 150

           

          Local residents had wide choice of events on Canada Day weekend

          From a play celebrating Canada’s history to a T-shirt cannon, there was something for everyone.

          Students awarded for Canada Day posters

          The Grade 5/6 class at Desert Sands was asked to create posters for Canada Day.

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          From sports to sewing, there are camps for everyone in Ashcroft this summer

          The Kids’ Arts Camp is back, and anyone who wants to give dancing a try can try a variety of styles.

          Clinton News: CES comes down, and Canada Day was fun for all

          Plus Music in the Park showcased a German band playing multiple instruments, some of them unusual.

          • Jul 4th, 2017

          Be loud and proud in Cache Creek on Canada Day

          How many maple leaves can you rock? There will be a prize for the person who rocks the most.

          Theatre Diaries 1: The cast of ‘Anne of Green Gables: The Musical’ gets started

          A first read-through unites old friends, introduces newcomers, and sees a bittersweet goodbye.

          Ashcroft Canada Day celebration will stretch over two days

          The Canada Show on June 30 celebrates our history, and the July 1 event has something for everyone.

          Shania Twain accentuates the positive on new single

          The Canadian singer says album ‘Now’ due Sept. 29

          VIDEO: Gord Downie to be appointed to the Order of Canada

          Gord Downie and Sylvia Maracle will be recognized for their national service or achievement.

          Batman TV series star Adam West dies at 88

          West died after a short but brave battle with leukemia, his family said

          Leadership lessons forged from politics

          Book review: On! Achieving Excellence in Leadership

          Juno Award-winning children’s performer Charlotte Diamond coming to Ashcroft

          Diamond, who was inducted into the Order of Canada last year, will be performing new and old songs.

          Music in the Park is coming back to Ashcroft, with much more than ever

          A children’s event, and food concession, have been added for each event through the summer.

          Former Bond actor Sir Roger Moore dead at 89

          The British star played the role of 007 for over a decade