- Strangelove's Weegee / Zhang Yaxin: Model Operas. Presentation House Gallery. Opening reception tonight at 7 p.m. For more information on the exhibit visit presentationhousegallery.org.
- Reclamation, an art exhibition crafted from our industrial legacy, featuring sculpture by Susan MacDonald and Eric MacDonald, photography by Mike Wakefield and a soundscape by J. Knutson, at Deep Cove's Artemis Gallery, June 14-July 1. Opening reception: Friday, June 14, 7-10 p.m. Solstice Celebration of Art and Sound: Friday, June 21, 7-9 p.m. Info: artemisgallery.ca.
Les Misérables, June 1223 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver. Tickets available at ticketmaster.ca or 1-866-542-7469.
Tsawwassen author Matt McCoy will be signing copies of his new novel tomorrow at Albany Books.
For the 16th year Mike Quinn is hosting his popular youth soccer summer camps in Richmond.
The Senate has once again become a house of ill repute. But we shouldn't allow the dubious expense claims of a few Senators to distract us from the real story here. Stephen Harper has botched the issue of Senate reform.
Hilary Schaap is hoping her "worker's tan" won't be obvious in her strapless dress for McMath secondary school's graduation dinner and dance on Saturday night. Such is one of the worries when you happen to be one of the top up-and-coming rowers in the province.
- Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, June 12 to Sept. 14 at Vanier Park in Vancouver. For schedule and tickets, visit bardonthebeach.org or call 604-739-0559.
Darby Steeves' dancing aspirations started at a very young age.
I predict backwards as well as forwards. So stand by for a prophecy for the past.
Back in July 2010, I discovered two South Korean naval vessels berthed at Lonsdale Quay, with invitations posted for the public to board. I marched up a gangplank and wandered about, impressed with all the hardware. I was also intrigued with the advertisements displayed inside for various South Korean arms manufacturers.
? British Fashion Designers, by Hywel Davies (Laurence King Publishers, 208 pages) $20
Local violin prodigy Jonathan Chan, 22, is coming home from his studies in London, England this month to perform at two special benefit concerts.
A little Japanese juju carried the Earl Marriott Mariners all the way to the semifinal round of the B.C. High School AAA Rugby Championships before wearing off.
John Palen, 90, has felt lucky to be alive for almost seven full decades.
The initial shock of seeing a picture sent to me by a friend (the photo was of a crash scene, and entitled, "They found his cell phone in his hand, and his head in the trunk") reminded me that a driver failing to keep his or her L eyes on the road ahead, for the purpose of texting or for any number of other reasons, sooner or later is deadly.
Chilliwack athletes ran, jumped and threw at the B.C. High School Track and Field Championships at Langley's McLeod Stadium last week.
DESMOND Power was almost seven when he ran away from home, fleeing the consequences of an unfortunate incident involving matches and a sofa.
Ladner singer/songwriter Rosemarie Hurst will get to help commemorate "a real trailblazer" next month in Ontario.