Hannah Epperson on violin entertains the crowd as part of the Vancouver indie folk band The Fugitives on Monday night at BCLC centre stage at Canada Games Plaza. Teresa MALLAM/Free Press
Adrian Glynn of Vancouver indie folk band The Fugitives, plays the balalaika, a Russian instrument that produces a sound similar to a mandolin. On the BCLC stage Monday night, Glynn told the Canada Games Plaza crowd that the instrument belonged to his Baba and it is over 100 years old. Teresa MALLAM/Free Press
Author, songwriter, poet, musician Brendan McLeod of the multi-instrumentalist Vancouver indie folk group The Fugitives, performs Monday night on the BCLC centre stage at the Canada Games Plaza. Teresa MALLAM/Free Press
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Teresa Mallam is community editor and award winning columnist for the Prince George Free Press. She's won the Jack Webster Award of Distinction, Canadian Authors Association Award for Best Investigative Journalism (B.C. Report Magazine story on the murder of Mary Jane Jimmie,) B.C. Law Society Award for Excellence in Legal Reporting, Cariboo Mining Association (CMA) Award for Best Mining Reporting of the Year and Jerry MacDonald Award for community reporting for a story on homelessness.