Natalie North

Review: Falstaff

Theatre Inconnu's bold one-man adaptation not for the faint of heart

UVic alum publishes world’s tiniest book

Contemporary artist brings talk on illustrating with ion beam to university’s Alumni Week

Real estate agent Jackhammers into film

Director’s debut features Pam Anderson, Jamie Kennedy and male stripping

Victoria from a child’s eye-view

See The Child in the City Project at the Arts Centre, 3220 Cedar Hill Rd.

Student earns full-ride to Cambridge

Keiler Totz is one of two high school students in the country selected for a $150,000 Blyth Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship.

What goes up must come down

Jugglers from around the region and beyond meet for Victoria Juggling and Flow Fest

Riders brace for transit strike

People plan to drive, carpool and cycle as buses stop rolling

Launch Pad takes off

Watch for Bones born on the streets of Barkerville

Hellbound? Christian filmmaker challenges concept of hell

Filmmaker Kevin Miller brings the debate over hell’s existence to the screen in Hellbound?

Outgoing UVic president not done yet

David Turpin leaves with a long list of goals for the institution he’s helmed since 2000

CARTS delivers love every Sunday night

Al Lindskoog was hooked on CARTS from his first experience offering small comforts to some of Victoria’s most vulnerable residents.

SD 61 chair condemns proposed budget cuts

The chair of the Greater Victoria school board has spoken out against more cuts to B.C.’s education budget.

Riding a relief from severe allergies

Pennies for Presents buoys Children’s Health Foundation

Diva’s diaries revealed

Kirsten Van Ritzen launches The Comedy Diva Diaries, Dec. 7

Tracking tsunami debris in the hands of citizens

Masses of debris from Japan expected to hit West Coast over Christmas

Haliburton community farm thrives, 10 years on

A lot has changed over the decade Haliburton Community Organic Farm has operated six gardens on seven acres of Saanich land in Cordova Bay.

Play with a dog, lose exam stress

Twenty-one dogs, from Edie a pug-miniature pinscher, to Frost, a Kuvasz the size of a donkey, greeted a constant stream of students

Students set to save as textbooks go digital

B.C. leads way in creation of open textbooks for post-secondary education

Seeking science in the sewage

UVic scientist attempts to separate effects of effluent from politics of poop

Dunahees share story of lost son

New book touches on struggles and continued hope, now 22 years after Michael disappeared