Leading up to the April 28 finale of MasterChef Canada, former Sudburian Marida Mohammed is still in the running.B.C.'s Kaila Klassen and Calgary's Tammara Behl were eliminated from the show April 21, leaving Mohammed and Oakville's Eric Chong.Tune in to CTV April 28 at 8 p.m. to find out what happened....

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Apr 22, 2014

Theatre performance tackling mental illness postponed

An interactive public performance by a theatre troupe tackling the topic of discrimination against those with mental illness is being postponed until the fall.The performance was originally ...

Apr 22, 2014

TVO cartoon receives $701,276 NOHFC grant

Monkey See Monkey Do follows an animated monkey who encourages kids to engage in physical activities while learning about science. Supplied photo.

A locally produced TVO animated television series called Monkey See Monkey Do has received a $701,27... Video: Monkey See Monkey Do

Apr 22, 2014

It’s not easy being a puppet

Blair Irwin is the talent behind Lucy in Sudbury Theatre Centre's production of Avenue Q, where audiences get to see what life would be like if the Muppets grew up and moved off Sesame Street. Photo by Arron Pickard.

Just as life can suck for humans, it’s the same for puppets. For those of us who place Bert, Ernie, ... Video: Avenue Q

Apr 22, 2014

Marida Mohammed headed to MasterChef Canada finale

Marida Mohammed, who is originally from Sudbury, is in the running for the MasterChef Canada title. Supplied photo.

Leading up to the April 28 finale of MasterChef Canada, former Sudburian Marida Mohammed is still in...

Apr 22, 2014

Music legend returns to Festival Boréal

Bruce Cockburn is the Saturday headliner at this year's Northern Lights Festival Boréal. Supplied photo.

A Canadian music legend is Saturday's headliner at the 42nd annual Northern Lights Festival Boréal, ...

Apr 21, 2014

Sudbury-shot film starring Ryan Reynolds heads to Cannes

Ryan Reynolds stars in “The Captive,” shot in Sudbury in February 2013. The film is will compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival next month. Supplied photo.

The Atom Egoyan film “The Captive,” which was filmed in Sudbury in February 2013, has been selected ... Video: Trailer - The Captive

Apr 21, 2014

Free movie screening in honour of Earth Day

The movie "The Change Agents" will be screened at Tom Davies Square starting at 6 p.m. April 22, in honour of Earth Day. Supplied photo.

Citizens’ Climate Lobby and the Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury is screening the movie "The Change ...

Apr 21, 2014

PlaySmelter festival attracts grants

Seen here at the 2013 PlaySmelter festival, (from left) Greg Tremblay, Judi Straughan, Luke Norton, Jocelyn Dotta, Colin Hayward read Emil Sher’s “Conviction.” Supplied photo.

Pat the Dog Theatre Creation's second annual PlaySmelter Festival of New Play Readings, to be held i...

Apr 20, 2014

May 7 Avenue Q show benefits charities

 Go to see Avenue Q May 7 to support ALS Canada and the Sudbury Brain Injury Association. File photo.

A very special staging of Avenue Q takes place at Sudbury Theatre Centre May 7. Proceeds from ticket...

Apr 20, 2014

Plein air artist invites public to exhibition

 Christy A. Smith invites the public to her seventh annual Spring Awakening Art Exhibition and Sale May 10-11. Supplied photo.

Impressionist and plein air artist Christy A. Smith invites the public to her seventh annual Spring ...

Apr 19, 2014

Feed me Seymour! Library screens 'Little Shop of Horrors'

 Visit the South End Public Library April 25 for a screening of the film “Little Shop of Horrors.” Supplied photo.

The South End Public Library, in partnership with SB Tuesdays, is presenting a screening of the cult...

Apr 19, 2014

Happy Easter!

Zachary Beausoleil visits with the Easter Bunny at the Place Bonaventure Mall in Chelmsford April 17. Supplied photo.

Was the Easter Bunny good to you this Easter Sunday?The Easter Bunny originates among German Luthera...

Apr 18, 2014

Mental illness survivors tackle discrimination through theatre

As a young person, Lisa Morris went through a bout of depression. She said experienced discrimination and was generally “treated differently” because of her diagnosis.These days, Morris is t...

Apr 18, 2014

Tickets on sale for Shrek: The Musical

 A musical based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks Animations feature film Shrek will be staged at Theatre Cambrian next month. Tickets are now on sale. Supplied photo.

Tickets are now on sale for Theatre Cambrian's upcoming production of "Shrek: The Musical."“We are e...

Apr 17, 2014

Diverse, bold offerings for new season

Brian Koivu, president of Sudbury Theatre Centre's board of directors, shows off promotional material for its 2014-2015 season. Photo by Arron Pickard.

It's for good reason that Sudbury Theatre Centre's 2014-2015 season is being billed as “colourful.” ...

Apr 17, 2014

Think pink at Legally Blonde: The Musical

Katie Harper (right) stars as Elle Woods in Sudbury Secondary School's production of Legally Blonde: The Musical, which runs April 25 to May 3. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.

Expect a lot of fun and, well, pink with Sudbury Secondary School's staging of “Legally Blonde: The ...

Apr 16, 2014

Sudbury native now in MasterChef Canada's top 4

Marida Mohammed has survived another episode of MasterChef Canada and is now in the top four after Winnipeg's Mike Green was eliminated from the show April 14. File photo.

Marida Mohammed has survived another episode of MasterChef Canada.The Sudbury native is now in the t...

Apr 16, 2014

Drone music an acquired taste, says enthusiast

 A tribute to drone music will be held at the Speakeasy May 10 as part of National Drone Day. Supplied photo.

If you happen to be on Durham Street during the evening of May 10, you might notice some strange noi...

Apr 16, 2014

Bring on the Guitar of Fire

Renowned guitarist Johannes Linstead brings his fast fingers and world grooves to Theatre Cambrian on May 2. Supplied

In his first visit to Sudbury, internationally renowned guitarist Johannes Linstead will light up th...

Apr 16, 2014

Union raids the subject of author Mick Lowe's 5th book

Mick Lowe's new book, "The Raids," is a novel about the union raids in Sudbury in the 1960s. Photo by Heidi Ulrichsen.

Mick Lowe said his disability was actually a benefit when it came to writing his soon-to-be publishe... Video: The Raids

Apr 15, 2014

Venerable music festival reaches out to youth

Tokyo Police Club is the Friday headliner at the 2014 edition of Northern Lights Festival Boreal. Supplied photo.

Without reaching out to young people, there's no way the more than four-decades-old Northern Lights ...

Apr 11, 2014

By popular demand: STC extends 'Avenue Q' run to May 16

Answer the call to hilarity. These are not Jim Henson's muppets. The Avenue Q puppets promise in-your-face wackiness — for adults only. Photo by Arron Pickard

If you’ve run into a big furry monster who spends most of his time surfing the Internet for porn, yo...

Apr 11, 2014

Acting in the blood for Wilcox kids

 Sudbury siblings JR Wilcox (centre) and Catherine Wilcox are two of the stars of October 30th: All Hallows Eve, filmed in Sault Ste. Marie last fall. Supplied photo.

For the Wilcox kids, show business comes naturally — it's in their blood.When their mom, Tammy-lynn ...

Apr 10, 2014

A celebration of guitars

See the Sudbury Guitar Trio perform at the 12th annual Guitars Alive concert April 12. Supplied photo.

The Sudbury Guitar Trio headlines the 12th annual Guitars Alive concert April 12.The trio was formed...

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