Entertainment

Northern B.C. singer debuts COVID-19 video asking people to ‘Flatten out the Curve’

Smithers artist Mark Perry’s video “Flatten out the Curve” features dancers from around the world

Provincial government and Creative BC launch livestream concerts and musician micro-grants

Money to be awarded for livestreaming, songwriting, and professional development purposes

Province supports B.C. artists with livestream portal

Showcase BC features live B.C. original performances

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National Canadian Film Day will celebrate canuck cinema on April 22

Movie lovers are encouraged to join in online movie screenings and livestream conversations

Fraser Valley A cappella ensemble Belle Voci continues to sing together with help from technology

The choir produced a cell phone video recording of Lay a Garland by Robert Lucas de Pearsall

Fraser Health stops hospital television set service to limit COVID-19 spread

Dr. Victoria Lee said personal mobile devices can still be used by patients at this time

Fort Langley Jazz and Art’s Festival moves to September

A band lineup and a complete list of festival activities will be announced in June

Sunday Stories

Original works by Langley authors are published by Langley Advance Times every weekend

B.C. community service provider hosts friendly art competition for youth

Theme for Pacific Community Resources contest is ‘finding the silver lining in difficult times’

COVID-19: ‘The Ballad of Bonnie Henry’ recorded and released

LISTEN: Quick turnaround for song penned by B.C. Order of Canada musician Phil Dwyer

Semiahmoo Peninsula singer joins voices with vocal partner to form virtual choir

Singers share sacred choral piece online as antidote for dark times

ON COOKING IN LANGLEY: Perfecting gravy for Easter dinner

The size of the party may be small, but the meal can still be scrumptious

  • Mar 31, 2020

Trump: We won’t pay for security for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan

Trump: “The U.S. will not pay for their security protection. They must pay!”

What can people still do outside during COVID-19?

A list of ideas that can still be done in order to get a little exercise and fresh air

Sunday Stories

Original works by Langley authors are published by Langley Advance Times every weekend

Province announces $3M in funding for arts groups hit by COVID-19 crisis

BC Arts Council to administer support for both organizations and individual artists

Netflix reduces video quality in Canada to lower internet bandwidth use

Bell Media said it’s planning its own traffic measures for the Crave streaming service,

TV show to spotlight Langley woman’s journey to regain strength after strokes

Athlete Tracy Boyd will be featured alongside service dog Mars on Mind Set Go, premiering April 1