TVOKids host Ranger Kara of “Read with Ranger Kara” fame will visit Science North starting at 1 p.m. Nov. 9 as part of a tour of the province.Ranger Kara will be reading Doors in the Air, a story about a boy who is fascinated by doors – real and imaginary. Following the reading Ranger Kara will be onsite to sign autographs. Kids can expect to participate in interactiv...

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Oct 21, 2014

Real Life Film Festival presents Christian-themed fare

The film “Gimme Shelter,” about a troubled teenager who finds out she's pregnant, and is kicked out of her father's house after she refuses an abortion, will be screened at the Real Life Film Festival Oct. 24. Supplied photo.

Want to treat your family to a night of insightful movies, but aren't interested in exposing them to...

Oct 20, 2014

Costumes mandatory at Halloween bash

Wear your best costume to the Halloween Costume Bash Oct. 25 and have a chance to win a prize. Supplied photo.

Looking to have a little Halloween fun? Head to Sudbury's Halloween Costume Bash at the Lockerby Leg...

Oct 20, 2014

Eastlink introduces Wireless TV

Eastlink has brought Wireless TV to its Sudbury customers.Eastlink announced recently the national launch of its new Wireless TV giving Maestro customers the ability to enjoy “an unmatched T...

Oct 20, 2014

No 'lollypop' music for this 14-year-old

Timmins native Ireland Godard, 14, is set to play at a Oct. 24 show in Sudbury. Supplied photo.

Last year, 14-year-old Ireland Godard was doing one of her favourite things — playing her guitar and...

Oct 19, 2014

Voices Chez Nous exhibit explores Sudburians' stories

We all have stories to tell. What would those stories look like transformed through art? Find out at Voices Chez Nous.Check out the Voices Chez Nous art exhibit at Cambrian’s College’s Open ...

Oct 19, 2014

LOL Sudbury Festival announces its headliners

Bill Engvall is one of the headliners at the Laugh Out Loud Sudbury Festival, which runs Feb. 4-7. Supplied photo.

Laugh Out Loud Sudbury has announced the headliners for its 2015 festival, which takes place Feb. 4-...

Oct 19, 2014

TVOKids presents Science North show Nov. 9

Ranger Kara for TVOKids' “Read with Ranger Kara” will be at Science North Nov. 9. Supplied photo.

TVOKids host Ranger Kara of “Read with Ranger Kara” fame will visit Science North starting at 1 p.m....

Oct 19, 2014

Makers Marketplace seeks artisans

Apply to participate in the Markers Marketplace before Nov. 10.

Local artisans and crafters are invited to apply to participate in the third annual Makers Marketpla...

Oct 19, 2014

Feed me, Seymour! Little Shop of Horrors at Theatre Cambrian

Check out Little Shop of Horrors at Theatre Cambrian until Nov. 1. Supplied photo.

The man-eating plant Audrey II takes over Theatre Cambrian until Nov. 1.A deviously delicious Broadw...

Oct 19, 2014

Cartoonist Lynn Johnston to speak at gallery's AGM

Cartoonist Lynn Johnston is due to speak at the Art Gallery of Sudbury's annual general meeting Oct. 21. Supplied photo.

Those attending the Art Gallery of Sudbury's annual general meeting Oct. 21 will have a chance to me...

Oct 18, 2014

Blind Pig: Head to evening of prohibition-era fun

The Blind Pig Speakeasy Soiree takes place at Bryston's on the Park Nov. 1. Supplied photo.

If you look far enough back into the mists of Sudbury's history, you might come across the term “bli...

Oct 17, 2014

Concert helps mission serve up more meals

An Oct. 18 concert benefits the Elgin Street Mission. Supplied photo.

A concert in benefit of the Elgin Street Mission will be held starting at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at Grace...

Oct 17, 2014

Musician's latest album an ode to Killarney

Sudbury musician Andy Lowe recently released his third album, “The Long Way Home.” Supplied photo.

As the in-house summer entertainer at Killarney Mountain Lodge for the past 15 years, Andy Lowe rave...

Oct 15, 2014

Shindig features local music, film, art

Dayv Poulin will be among the local musicians performing at the Chez Nous on the Rocks Shindig Oct. 25. Supplied photo.

The community is invited to an evening of local music, art and film at the Chez Nous on the Rocks Sh...

Oct 15, 2014

LUminaries highlights Aboriginal experience

Author Armand Garnet Ruffo will read from his book “Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird,” at an Oct. 21 event. Supplied photo.

The next installment in the LUminaries Reading Series takes place starting at 7 p.m. Oct. 21 at the ...

Oct 15, 2014

'Another Home Invasion' explores seniors' issues

According to Joan MacLeod, playwright of “Another Home Invasion,” seniors are "a group you don't hear a lot from."The story explores Jean's desire to be accepted at the Kiwanis Senior Reside...

Oct 15, 2014

Sudbury's Ukrainians set to celebrate

Members of the Veselka School of Dance for the 40th Annual Ukrainian Yarmarok Festival, which takes place this weekend. Supplied photo.

Want to take in some Ukrainian dancing or tysmbaly music? How about chow down on some cabbage rolls?...

Oct 14, 2014

Best of Hot Docs returns to Sudbury in November

The documentary "The Backward Class," which focuses on students in Bangalore, India who imagine a future that defies their “untouchable” caste, is one of the films set to be screened during the second annual Best of Hot Docs Sudbury festival, which runs Nov. 6-9. Supplied photo.

Beth Mairs had to get creative in putting on the second annual Best of Hot Docs Sudbury festival thi...

Oct 12, 2014

Northern Ontario Film Studios hosts open house

Check out Northern Ontario Film Studios at an Oct. 15 open house. Supplied photo.

Want to learn more about the Northern Ontario Film Studios? The facility, founded in 2011 to develop...

Oct 12, 2014

93-year-old set to lead SSO's season opener

Music industry legend Howard Cable is set to lead the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra in its season opener concert Oct. 18. Supplied photo.

At 93 years old, most people have been long retired, and are spending their time relaxing and on lei...

Oct 12, 2014

Program encourages film industry to hire locals

Film crews shoot a movie in Sudbury in 2012. A recently-introduced program would encourage film and television productions to hire and train Northern Ontario workers. File photo.

A recently introduced program would encourage film and television productions to hire and train Nort...

Oct 12, 2014

Hello, Macedonia!

Eight LU students travelled to the Republic of Macedonia in May, exploring the capital of Skopje and working alongside students from Saints Cyril and Methodius University.

Seven thousand kilometres away from their usual classroom, a group of Laurentian University students...

Oct 12, 2014

Cambrian prof judges international violin competition in China

Sudbury's Jamie Arrowsmith took this photo at the Guang Ya Chengdu International Violin Competition in Chengdu, China, where he was recently a judge. Supplied photo.

Cambrian College music instructor Jamie Arrowsmith recently spent a week in China judging the skills...

Oct 11, 2014

Home chef showdown

Ready to duke it out — culinarily speaking — in the Oct. 24 finale of Sudbury Living Magazine's home chef contest and web show, Cook For Me Sudbury, are Mike Sipos and Sandra Beites. Photo by Jim Gray

Sudburians Mike Sipos and Sandra Beites will strap on their aprons and go plate to plate later this ...

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