Barrie will be treated to the sounds of the Orillia Silver Band on Sunday.
There is only one way to describe Mariposa Arts Theatre's production of the musical Chicago -- spectacular.
Hundreds came out Sunday afternoon to celebrate the city's latest tribute to its favourite son.
Here we go again. Too many events scheduled for the same days.
When darkness falls on Halloween, one of the most terrifying neighbourhoods will be in the area of Louise Lane and Ashton Street.
Happy Celtic New Year. That's kind of what we're celebrating Oct. 31 -- Halloween, or All Hallows' Eve.
This year’s Orillia Jazz Festival was so spectacular, I could easily fill this entire column telling you about it. However, there is so much going on this weekend and next, I had better start with that stuff.
Getting ready for Thursday's Steely Dan show at Casino Rama, Donald Fagen will carry on a routine he has experienced for the better part of his adult life.
The Last Blast Fall Steam-Up event takes place Saturday at the Simcoe County Museum.
The Orillia Jazz Festival started Wednesday night with Rik Emmett at the Orillia Opera House. (New seats -- woohoo!) Over the next four days, there's still plenty of music to enjoy.
The forecast for this weekend is colourful. There aren’t any solar flares headed our way (why we get northern lights), but it is Thanksgiving weekend and that means the Images Studio Tour is happening.
At 5:30 p.m. Thursday, the Orillia and District Arts Council (ODAC) will announce the winners of the annual Arts Awards at the Orillia Public Library.
When the second Roots North Revisited was being planned, organizers considered holding the show outside at Burl's Creek in the lawn area near the restored barn. However, cooler heads prevailed and the interior of the barn was utilized. But if only the organizers knew how hot the first Saturday of the fall would be.
Two things are happening Sept. 30, and now would be a good time to order that split personality. Two? Try dozens split among two umbrellas.
The sweet sounds of classical music are set to fill the hall at St. Paul's Centre this weekend.
We are a month away from the Orillia Jazz Festival. It's still coming together with several acts yet to be announced, but the available pickings are interesting.
For many people, Tuns is just another independent band playing small rooms across the country.
Barrie will see another aspect of Lance Anderson’s talent next week: boogie woogie music.
As I write, the funeral for Skip Prokop is about to take place.