At the height of his fame, Andy Kim played everywhere.
A powerful addition has been made to the inaugural Orillia Comic-Con.
An Orillia band needs your help to propel it into the next round of the CBC Searchlight competition.
The week after next, a public meeting regarding the Huronia Regional Centre will happen at city hall.
Séan McCann wants to put the saint back in St. Patrick’s Day.
Two concerts happened Saturday and Sunday at St. Paul's Centre.
Alyssa Wright can be seen performing classical programs for the concert stage or rounding out the pit band for musical theatre shows among other music ventures, but this is a first.
The annual International Women's Day art show at the Orillia Museum of Art and History may be the best yet.
Is Murray McLauchlan the luckiest guy? Well, maybe.
Two interesting things happened since we last got together: Mariposa Arts Theatre (MAT) and the Orillia Silver Band both had events.
First, congratulations to Cole and Taylor Perkins and Mike Vandyk, otherwise known as Bleeker. They have just been nominated as Breakthrough Group of the Year for this year’s Junos.
An Orillia band has been nominated for a JUNO Award.
A local artist is looking to counter challenging times in the world with inspirational reflections from her life captured in the form of song.
A new organization formed in the wilds of Haliburton Highlands last year. It's now spreading its geographical footprint across Ontario.
The February Blues Festival unfolds across the county starting today.
Orillia is Born ran last week at St. Paul’s Centre. Jim Lewis wrote the play about how the birth of Orillia as a town might have happened.
Barenaked Ladies are coming to Mariposa, but that doesn’t mean the folk festival is now clothing optional.
Jim Lewis won't tell you Orillia Is Born is 100 per cent factual, but like James Michner's many novels, he started with some facts and knowledge of historical figures and constructed a story about the birth of Orillia as it might have been.
The third annual Roots North Music Festival is coming to Orillia later this spring, and for the second year, a mid-winter concert was organized to showcase the types of sounds soon to be heard.