Miranda Fatur

Sequoia Marchand (left) and Alexandria Bay star in “The One You Feed.” Courtesy Jay Lutz

Indigenous cast performs a ‘heartwrenching’ tale of internal struggles

The One You Feed is playing at TWU’s SAMC theatre from April 11-13.

Sequoia Marchand (left) and Alexandria Bay star in “The One You Feed.” Courtesy Jay Lutz
Fifteen women remain in the Total Makeover Challenge in Langley. (Four not pictured) Courtesy Anita Alberto Photography

Voting opens for top five Total Makeover Contestants

Public voting runs until April 10 for the final five contestants.

Fifteen women remain in the Total Makeover Challenge in Langley. (Four not pictured) Courtesy Anita Alberto Photography
Grade 11 classmates Gloria Jung, (left) Hassan Khan, Kinley Konrath, and Stanley Lee are asking the students at R.E. Secondary School to wear jerseys this Friday. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

VIDEO: Jersey Day and Green Shirt Day to honour Humboldt Broncos victims

There’s a variety of different clothing to wear to honour victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.

Grade 11 classmates Gloria Jung, (left) Hassan Khan, Kinley Konrath, and Stanley Lee are asking the students at R.E. Secondary School to wear jerseys this Friday. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times
Team Fast and Furious and Paddles Up Titanium show off their silver in Tobago. Submitted photo

Dragon boaters paddle home with medals

Three Fort Langley Canoe Club teams took home silver and bronze from Tobago.

Team Fast and Furious and Paddles Up Titanium show off their silver in Tobago. Submitted photo
Langley Thunder lacrosse teams are collecting coats for those in need. Submitted photo

Young Langley athletes collecting coats for those in need

Langley Thunder minor lacrosse teams are collecting new and used coats for a Coats for Kids drive.

Langley Thunder lacrosse teams are collecting coats for those in need. Submitted photo
Austin Riley drives a bright green Nissan Micra. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

Teen racing to raise autism awareness stops by Langley school

Ontario’s Austin and Jason Riley stopped by West Langley Elementary School on April 1.

Austin Riley drives a bright green Nissan Micra. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times
Willowbrook Safeway store manager Albert Mutis agreed to host sensory-friendly shopping nights. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

Safeway caters to those with sensory sensitivities

Willowbrook Safeway is hosting sensory-friendly shopping nights throughout April and May.

Willowbrook Safeway store manager Albert Mutis agreed to host sensory-friendly shopping nights. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times
Langley Hospice Society staff Denise Station (left), musician Rossi, and LHS staff Shannon Todd Booth at last year’s event. (Langley Hospice Society photos)

Dinner offers big infusion to Langley charity

Family style fundraiser in the Fort aids hospice’s support programs

Langley Hospice Society staff Denise Station (left), musician Rossi, and LHS staff Shannon Todd Booth at last year’s event. (Langley Hospice Society photos)
Patrick Moore is the head brewer at Five Roads Brewing Co. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

Langley will soon be hopping with craft beer

Langley is becoming a craft beer hub with four new breweries set to open this year.

Patrick Moore is the head brewer at Five Roads Brewing Co. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times
Top, left to right: Brenna Whalley, Reid MacTaggart, Aryan Kaul, Jos Portillo, Dawson Boyd, Leeya Jeong Middle, left to right: Sarah Hong, Madi Collins, Avani Mani, Isha Hoonjan Bottom, left to right: Carson Chambers, Raiza Uera Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

Walnut Grove theatre students are striking on stage

Walnut Grove Secondary School presents Newsies: The Musical beginning on Thursday, April 4.

Top, left to right: Brenna Whalley, Reid MacTaggart, Aryan Kaul, Jos Portillo, Dawson Boyd, Leeya Jeong Middle, left to right: Sarah Hong, Madi Collins, Avani Mani, Isha Hoonjan Bottom, left to right: Carson Chambers, Raiza Uera Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times
Coral Warner (left), Jolene Bone, and Debra Benning are part of team Mavens in Motion. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

Total Makeover Challenge contestants team up to fundraise

Three groups of women are hosting fundraisers as part of the Total Makeover Challenge.

Coral Warner (left), Jolene Bone, and Debra Benning are part of team Mavens in Motion. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times
Army of Sass dancers are performing this weekend. Courtesy Patricia Mori

High heeled dancers hit the stage

Army of Sass dancers are putting on a circus-inspired show this weekend.

Army of Sass dancers are performing this weekend. Courtesy Patricia Mori
Langley residents gathered to watch as construction crews started to demolish the Birch. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

Crews demolishing fire-damaged Birch building

The Birch building at the Langley Lions Senior Housing complex is coming down.

Langley residents gathered to watch as construction crews started to demolish the Birch. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times
The BC Farm Museum officially opens for the season on April 1. Submitted photo

B.C. Farm Museum set to open for the season

The museum opens to the public on Monday, April 1.

The BC Farm Museum officially opens for the season on April 1. Submitted photo
8-year-old Ethan is described as “super outgoing, super bright, and extremely social.” Submitted photo

Langley mom raising awareness for autism

Sherry Saran is hosting a bottle drive on Sunday, March 31 for the Canucks Autism Network.

8-year-old Ethan is described as “super outgoing, super bright, and extremely social.” Submitted photo
Vivaan, 9 (left) and Hriyan Dassani, 4, show off their playdough sculptures. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

Creativity flowing at City of Langley library

Kids were invited to the library’s first Playdough Fun event.

Vivaan, 9 (left) and Hriyan Dassani, 4, show off their playdough sculptures. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times
Edith Krause’s work is displayed at the Fort Gallery. Submitted photo

Fort Gallery exhibit and poetry reading caters to bird lovers

The current exhibit features bird paintings, drawings, and poetry readings.

Edith Krause’s work is displayed at the Fort Gallery. Submitted photo
A group of Langley residents performed in Ellie King’s “Sword in the Stone” a few years ago. Back row Claurien Zanoria (left), Marinna, Susanna, and Stefani Delisuminovic; Leia Roberds. From row James King (left), Alysha Manick. Courtesy Stacey Sherback

Theatre group hosts ’50s-inspired jazz night fundraiser

The Royal Canadian Theatre Company is fundraising for youth programs.

A group of Langley residents performed in Ellie King’s “Sword in the Stone” a few years ago. Back row Claurien Zanoria (left), Marinna, Susanna, and Stefani Delisuminovic; Leia Roberds. From row James King (left), Alysha Manick. Courtesy Stacey Sherback
Langley youth are awarded SASSY recognition last year. Langley Advance Times file photo

More than 40 nominations for Langley ‘SASSY’ awards

Seven Langley youth will be selected to receive top awards at the Langley SASSY Awards.

Langley youth are awarded SASSY recognition last year. Langley Advance Times file photo
Trea Looi, 8, serves herself some candies. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times

PHOTOS: City of Langley library celebrates India’s festival of colour

Kids were invited to learn about Holi celebrations, and taste treats.

Trea Looi, 8, serves herself some candies. Miranda Fatur Langley Advance Times