On Good Friday, Hollerado released their third official record, Born Yesterday. The day before, lead singer Menno Versteeg was about as calm and collected as he possibly could be.
The quartet flaunting "dad-bod" comedy personas is back with brand new funny bits.
The Roots North Music Festival is next weekend. It's about music and art.
Local youth have another opportunity to appear in a professional show at the King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene this summer.
I spent part of Saturday driving on the QEW going to and from Grimsby. When I got to the Opera House in time to see Mariposa Arts Theatre’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, I joked that this better be funny after what I’ve been through.
Art makes the world go round. Not Art down in accounting (accounting is where everything grinds to a halt), but art – music, literature, paintings, etc.
Paul James is playing Saturday night at the Geneva Event Centre, and he's bringing some baggage with him - a historic career.
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.