VICTORIA ForestEthics has given B.C. its blessing. A representative of the San Francisco-based environmental group was on hand in Vancouver last week as Premier Gordon Campbell invited industry, aboriginal and environmental representatives to the release of an agreement in principle for logging on B.C.'s central and north coast.
They don't want to be pigeon-holed or labeled. The Trews just want to grow as a band and play their music, says lead guitarist John-Angus MacDonald. "Right now we're playing rock and roll because that's what we've been listening to. But we don't want to labelled. There's no pretense with us or our music. We're all pretty straight forward," he said Monday.
Look up, look way up. Underneath the inflatable dome of the STARLAB planetarium coming to Prince George, you can see the galaxy and all its wonders. The new exhibit is on display at the Canfor atrium February 18 for seven family shows and one adult show. Family shows will look at features of our night sky and star myths. One adult show will be customized to the audience's interests.
One of the most famous who-done-its by one of the most well-loved mystery writers comes to Prince George Playhouse this month. And Then There Were None, a murder mystery by Agatha Christie has all the elements of drama. And suspense.