Around 200 paper stars, handmade in Barrie, are winging their way across continents to become part of an Australian project to end violence worldwide.
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Oh Susanna, also known as Suzie Ungerleider, an award-winning singer songwriter with eight albums to her credit, revisits her rebellious youth with her latest record, A Girl In Teen City.
Ontario marks Canada’s 150th anniversary with a series of free concerts showcasing the province’s top musical acts.
Scott Woods returns to Barrie with a new show to help raise money for Westminster Presbyterian Church.
Enter into the Land of Make Believe where an epic adventure awaits.
Muskoka's loss is Barrie's gain. Wing Chow, an established music teacher in practice for the past 12 years in Bracebridge, has relocated to Barrie area and opened a new studio in the south end called Inspiring Sounds Music Studio.
A prolific Canadian playwright, Norm Foster, marks his first appearance at the King's Wharf Theatre this month, in a show he wrote. While he does act in his own shows from time to time, this one is special. In fact, Jonas and Barry in the Home could very well be his future, if he were a tad more suave.
Noel Banavage and Cheryl Graham team up to bring an eclectic program of music to next week's Senior's Serenade concert.
Take a peek into Barrie's inner workings -- the people, places and happenstance that makes this city uniquely ours. The actors and artistic director of Theatre by the Bay (TBTB) have interviewed around 150 people for a documentary-style show called The Five Points. It opens next week at the Mady Centre.
Dana Khalil has wanted to play a guitar from the moment she laid eyes on one, not long after she moved here from Syria, last fall.
It was a chance in a million, one of those magical musical moments that made history, and it’s being recreated at the King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene.
Barrie is going to find some Art in Unexpected Places this summer.
A Barrie musician has reinvented himself, changed his stage name, moved into a different genre of music with a new album and is launching it all with a formal red-carpet event in downtown Barrie on Friday night.
Watershedsci: It’s a trendy name for a serious subject.
Donald (Don) Stuart marks 50 years of creative excellence with a retrospective show at the Simcoe County Museum. It will include a variety of work -- 174 pieces in all -- ranging from commission work for individuals and corporations, a mix of jewelry and holloware (anything that isn't jewelry) and Homage, a 40-piece collection of necklaces inspired
Be prepared to party, because Gabrielle Goulet is in the mood to have some fun.
Madison Mueller celebrated her 17th birthday last week in the manner of an up-and-coming musician: she released a song called Breath of Air and she’s been climbing the charts.
Julie Choi returns to Barrie, newly graduated from McGill University, to perform at the Seniors Serenade concert this week.
The Rip Nancies are on a roll.
The legacy of Terry Fox lives on through fundraising marathons that occur year after year across the country.