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Vancouver Youth Symphony comes to town

The Vancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 75th anniversary this season and to kick off the celebration, the VYSO's Intermediate Division is coming to the Squamish area. From Sept.

Musical northern lights

This fall marks the advent of some big acts in the world of classical music in Squamish, and the Howe Sound Arts Association (HSAA) couldn't be happier.

Get the island vibe

Sunshine, live music, dancing and colorful costumes behind friendly smiles - they're all a big part of the Caribbean, and a big part of this year's Squamish Summer Jam.

A fresh start after 40

They've been chasing the dream for years. Now, two Squamish residents looking for fame and fortune through their music are taking new aim at the big time, with a new name, a new bandmate, new manager and renewed ambitions.

New show at Newport Gallery opens tonight

A show by artist Georgia Lesley opens at the Newport Gallery in downtown Squamish tonight (July 30). "The Leaves of One Tree" invites the viewer to explore the scope of "common essence" that all living things share.

Extra-terrestrial gypsy jazz hits Brackendale

Although they're a band from Vancouver, their style and sound is straight from Mars - and it's coming to a theatre near you.

Mountain, Sea and Sky DVD now on sale

A special DVD setting Sea to Sky Country to music and images is on the streets. Local composer Joanna Schwarz's DVD of her song Mountain, Sea and Sky is now available for sale at several locations around Squamish, including the B.C.

Chief documentary makes it to TV

The award-winning documentary In the Shadow of the Chief will have its broadcast premiere on Thursday, July 8 at 7 pm on CBC in British Columbia as part of "Docs on the Coast".

Painting the road to 2010

The Sea to Sky highway passes through some of the most beautiful country in the world - and artist Barrie Chadwick has managed to capture this beauty throughout a collection of 20 acrylic paintings.

Girls' Night Out

It's hard to satisfy 200 women, but the Men of Sea to Sky had what it took.
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