Sydney Morton

District of Peachland reviews cannabis regulations in Okanagan

Staff intend to build bylaws by tailoring regulations in neighbouring communities

Ageless in leather and chains, Judas Priest brings Firepower to Kelowna

Rob Halford speaks on the last 50 years with Judas Priest

The Proud Sons bring unique blend of country rock to Kelowna

The Proud Sons will open for The Tea Party May 7

Matt Andersen brings new album to Kelowna

The Canadian musician will bring his 9 piece band to Kelowna April 23

Kelowna musician releases raw first solo album

Garret Scatterty releases Jack of Hearts after 3 years

Proud for Prom makes graduates in Kelowna shine

The inaugural year of proud for prom helped 32 students get ready for prom

Musician showcase brings ladies to the front

Ladies of the Okanagan will feature 5 songstresses of the Okanagan

West of Hell brings progressive thrash metal to Kelowna

West of Hell will be in Kelowna April 24

“Weirdo indie band,” Sleepy Gonzales comes to Kelowna

Sleepy Gonzales will perform with Post Modern Connection April 12 at Milkcrate Records

JUNO nominated Madison Violet to give intimate house concert

The duo will play at Tess’ House April 9

Kelowna author releases first book

Krystyna Bellamy shares her story of defining her own life

How much did the Ogopogo statue weigh at City Park?

It is much heavier than you might think

The ultimate music fan, owner of Milkcrate Records an artery of Kelowna’s music scene

Richard Rafton offers Kelowna more than just a new record

Strolling through the Okanagan to end the stigma around mental health

The walk begins in Penticton and will end in Vernon

Basran reveals worst time of life was recent civic election

During the State of the City address, Basran admitted he did not have his priorities in order