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Nearly $50K in B.C. funding to amp up Burnaby's music scene

Nearly $50K in B.C. funding to amp up Burnaby's music scene

The provincial investments are set to help Burnaby rock out at live events later this year.
Temporary location of Burnaby's Cameron Library to open April 29

Temporary location of Burnaby's Cameron Library to open April 29

The branch, to be named "Temporary Cameron Community Centre and Library," will be inside the City of Lougheed mall.
Tradition on display at this free Burnaby Black History Month event

Tradition on display at this free Burnaby Black History Month event

Cultural performances and delectable delights will turn Burnaby Hall in Edmonds into a vibrant celebration on Saturday, Feb. 17.
Photos: Giant dragon highlights Lunar New Year at Burnaby Metrotown mall

Photos: Giant dragon highlights Lunar New Year at Burnaby Metrotown mall

The red and gold creature is displayed prominently at Metropolis, which is meant to spread good fortune for passersby.
Experience the magic of Shen Yun as it brings Ancient China to life onstage in Vancouver

Experience the magic of Shen Yun as it brings Ancient China to life onstage in Vancouver

Shen Yun’s captivating presentation of 5,000 years of China’s rich culture by way of breathtaking dance, music, and stories returns in March to Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre
Lunar New Year: Burnaby chef shares delicious dumpling recipe

Lunar New Year: Burnaby chef shares delicious dumpling recipe

Feliz Zhou, executive chef at Grand Villa in Burnaby, shares an "easy" homemade dumpling recipe for the Year of the Dragon.
Celebrate the stories of Chinese Canadians in Burnaby at this free event

Celebrate the stories of Chinese Canadians in Burnaby at this free event

Community members who shared their stories in the recent book 'Rooted' will be featured in a panel discussion.
Trippy new vortex mural transforms this Burnaby art gallery

Trippy new vortex mural transforms this Burnaby art gallery

The mural is an homage to 1960s modernist architecture, inspired by early video artists.
SFU student from Coquitlam paints organs with Indigenous designs

SFU student from Coquitlam paints organs with Indigenous designs

Centennial Secondary graduate Ashley Jones is getting attention for her organ art that uses Haida and Metis elements.
Lady Teazle? Joseph Surface? Burnaby actors to star in 18th century comedy

Lady Teazle? Joseph Surface? Burnaby actors to star in 18th century comedy

Kelsey Robertson and Alex Ross are joining Stage 43 in Coquitlam as the society mounts the updated version of "The School of Scandal" in January 2024.