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Madison Violet will play at Tess’ House April 9 in Kelowna photo: contributed

JUNO nominated Madison Violet to give intimate house concert

The duo will play at Tess’ House April 9

Madison Violet will play at Tess’ House April 9 in Kelowna photo: contributed
Krystyna Bellamy signs her book, Never Young that is now available on amazon.ca photo: Facebook

Kelowna author releases first book

Krystyna Bellamy shares her story of defining her own life

Krystyna Bellamy signs her book, Never Young that is now available on amazon.ca photo: Facebook
The Ogopogo statue in City Park. - Carli Berry/Capital News

How much did the Ogopogo statue weigh at City Park?

It is much heavier than you might think

The Ogopogo statue in City Park. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Milkcrate Records Sydney Morton/Capital News

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

Milkcrate Records Sydney Morton/Capital News
Creator of the Stigma Stroll, Reid Schretlen photo: contributed

Strolling through the Okanagan to end the stigma around mental health

The walk begins in Penticton and will end in Vernon

Creator of the Stigma Stroll, Reid Schretlen photo: contributed
Colin Basran addresses supporters at The Curious Cafe after being elected for a second term as mayor of Kelowna on Oct. 20, 2018. (Marissa Tiel/ Kelowna Capital News)

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

Colin Basran addresses supporters at The Curious Cafe after being elected for a second term as mayor of Kelowna on Oct. 20, 2018. (Marissa Tiel/ Kelowna Capital News)
Laurice returns to the stage with new album,	Bad Boy

Laurice returns to the stage with new album, Bad Boy

Kelowna Musician, Laurice fights adversity with song

Laurice returns to the stage with new album,	Bad Boy
(from left) Nolan Benedetti, Skyler Mills, Brody Blaze and Jake Axl Wendt photo: Facebook

W.M.D. returns with thrash metal to Kelowna stage

The Calgary metal band will return to Munnin’s Post April 19

(from left) Nolan Benedetti, Skyler Mills, Brody Blaze and Jake Axl Wendt photo: Facebook
Road dogs: biking safely with your pet

Road dogs: biking safely with your pet

Exercise caution when taking your four legged friend around town

Road dogs: biking safely with your pet
Apollyon photo: Sara Power

Apollyon reigns supreme at Wacken Metal Battle

Apollyon will now compete in Vancouver at the B.C. Finals April 28

Apollyon photo: Sara Power
Women In Trades students putting together the hutches at Warren Peace Bunny Sanctuary photo: Jarawee N Ryde-owt

Women In Trades build homes for bunnies

The Okanagan College students built hutches for the Warren Peace Bunny Sanctuary

Women In Trades students putting together the hutches at Warren Peace Bunny Sanctuary photo: Jarawee N Ryde-owt
File photo Image: Royce Sihlis Photography

Central Okanagan Search and Rescue welcomes provincial funds

COSAR says they will put the funds toward a new building, training and equipment

File photo Image: Royce Sihlis Photography
(from left) West Kelowna city councillors Carol Zanon, Doug Findlater, Jason Friesen, Rick de Jong, Stephen Johnston and mayor Gord Mislom. Sydney Morton/ Capital News

West Kelowna acquires land for Rose Valley Water Treatment Plant

The city has acquired 24 acres on Bartley Road

(from left) West Kelowna city councillors Carol Zanon, Doug Findlater, Jason Friesen, Rick de Jong, Stephen Johnston and mayor Gord Mislom. Sydney Morton/ Capital News
Cultural plan, with public feedback, to be presented at Kelowna council meeting

Cultural plan, with public feedback, to be presented at Kelowna council meeting

Council will be presented with an update to the 2020-2025 Cultural Plan Monday

Cultural plan, with public feedback, to be presented at Kelowna council meeting
Make all your Easter bunnies chocolate this year

Make all your Easter bunnies chocolate this year

The Kelowna Rabbit Advocates Society says that bunnies are a serious business

Make all your Easter bunnies chocolate this year
(from left) Ryan Zeleznik, Kassidy Hritzuk, Dylan Losell performing at Fernando’s Pub March 8. Sydney Morton/Kelowna Capital News

A bowler hat and rock-n-roll: Lucky Monkey is not your average primate

Kelowna’s Lucky Monkey prepares to release sophomore album

(from left) Ryan Zeleznik, Kassidy Hritzuk, Dylan Losell performing at Fernando’s Pub March 8. Sydney Morton/Kelowna Capital News
The GSWS 295 class, that studies Current Topics in Women’s Studies put up art installations around Okanagan College to disrupt diet culture photo: courtesy of Okanagan College                                The GSWS 295 class, that studies Current Topics in Women’s Studies put up art installations around Okanagan College to disrupt diet culture photo: courtesy of Okanagan College

Okanagan College class looks to disrupt fatphobia with art

The class installed art installations around Okanagan College to break down stigma

The GSWS 295 class, that studies Current Topics in Women’s Studies put up art installations around Okanagan College to disrupt diet culture photo: courtesy of Okanagan College                                The GSWS 295 class, that studies Current Topics in Women’s Studies put up art installations around Okanagan College to disrupt diet culture photo: courtesy of Okanagan College
Flush away negativity: Okanagan College bathroom survey brings body positive message

Flush away negativity: Okanagan College bathroom survey brings body positive message

The survey asked women to take a minute to ‘flush’ negativity in Kelowna

Flush away negativity: Okanagan College bathroom survey brings body positive message
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Richard Rafton, owner of Milkcrate Records holds a signed copy of August Rush from The Carbons. Sydney Morton/Capital News

‘Our sales are hurting’ Kelowna music hub takes hit after big competition moves in

Milkcrate Records still taking a hit after Sunrise Records moved into town 2 years ago

Richard Rafton, owner of Milkcrate Records holds a signed copy of August Rush from The Carbons. Sydney Morton/Capital News