A Barrie teen who is on his way to a television and big screen acting career, as well as fashion work, will be sharing his insights into the industries later this month.
After catching hold of local audiences, a Barrie band is ready to step forward.
Lyrica Chamber Choir wraps up the season next weekend on all-Canadian note.
Darn that Ian Foster and his film-making skills.
Neil K. Parent, aka Brother Neil, has upped the ante with his soon-to-be released second album.
Poison front man Bret Michaels belts out some of the group's most popular songs during a performance featuring the band's original lineup at Casino Rama on Thursday night.
Take a trip to Las Vegas this weekend.
Angus Sinclair returns to Barrie with some Russian music -- Prokofiev, Rachmaninov, Mussorgsky, Shostakovich – for the Music at St. Andrew’s concert next week.
The Huronia Symphony’s concertmaster, David McFadden, steps into the limelight for the 50th anniversary celebration this weekend.
Barrie’s third annual Pianofest features some familiar faces and one newcomer, but all are up-and-coming young musicians.
The King Edward choir marks 65 years with a nod to its history.
"This humble dream is gaining some steam" said Zach's mom, Shelley. And today, it did...
Canada’s stars of stage - music, theatre, comedy and more - showcase their talent at Theatre by the Bay’s annual fundraiser on May 8.
At Grace United Church on Sunday afternoon, Georgian Music’s concert series wound up the season with works by Britten, Schubert and Frank.
Kempenfelt Community Players marks its 40th anniversary with a musical revue of songs and comedy, solos and ensemble pieces from a variety of shows over the years.
Two of Barrie’s own take to the stage for a Midday Music With Shigeru concert next week.
A young boy’s death halfway around the world had such an impact on a local girl, she decided to do something about it.
Barrie’s weekly comedy night, Laffy Taffy Tuesday, is expanding with a new Saturday night show featuring headliner Kenny Robinson this coming weekend.