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Hedley says 'Hello' to Dawson Creek

Hedley says 'Hello' to Dawson Creek

Hedley brought their Hello World tour to Dawson Creek on May 12, and the crowd was decidedly younger than one normally sees in the Encana Events Centre. For many kids, this looked to be the first live concert they’d ever experienced.
DC hosts a piano man with real keys in the community

DC hosts a piano man with real keys in the community

Rod Russell will be entertaining Dawson Creek next Tuesday, May 17. He opened the first music store on the Alaska Highway in Fort St. John.
BC Culture Days wants artists of the Peace

BC Culture Days wants artists of the Peace

Announces call for the 2016 Ambassador and awards program.
Dawson Creek Music Festival back for second year—with caveats

Dawson Creek Music Festival back for second year—with caveats

Second annual event will be held July 10
Art Explorers group takes over DC Gallery

Art Explorers group takes over DC Gallery

New exhibit on display at the gallery until May 6
Ukulele virtuoso James Hill to play Unchagah Hall Saturday

Ukulele virtuoso James Hill to play Unchagah Hall Saturday

When he is not shredding covers of Jimi Hendrix songs, Hill is creating his own music and being an advocate for getting the instrument into as many hands as possible.
ZZ in DC April 4

ZZ in DC April 4

The Dawson Creek Mirror was able to catch up with front man Billy Gibbons for an exclusive interview.
Dawson Creek singer makes Billboard charts

Dawson Creek singer makes Billboard charts

Last month, Potter's single "Tragic" debuted on Billboard's Mainstream Indicator Chart—one step before the Top 40.
Folk group 100 Mile House to play Art Gallery April 10

Folk group 100 Mile House to play Art Gallery April 10

The latest band to grace the improvised stage at the Dawson Creek Art Gallery brings a unique brand of transatlantic folk peppered with beautiful harmonies and captivating lyrics.