Back to top

Arts and Culture

By Rossland Telegraph On on Tuesday Jan 29 2019

Anyone who has seen the posters is aware that a young woman born and raised in Rossland has become a highly accomplished dancer, and that she will be performing at the Charles Bailey on February 5.

Paige Culley began dancing at the age of three, when former Rosslander Kathy Wallace first started her off with a dance class.  After that, her mother recalls that while other children were...

By Contributor On on Saturday Jan 26 2019

The Kootenay Gallery of Art in Castlegar has another great line up of exhibitions for the 2019 season with artists from away and from the local area. Many of these exhibitions have a focus on experiencing the art as well as viewing the art by way of walk-through installations and participatory art.

Beginning March 1, the season will open with Fata Morgana by Nelson’s Hildur...

By Charles Jeanes On on Wednesday Jan 09 2019

Introduction: last year of our Second twenty-first-century Decade (!)

Year-end and year-start reviews can be an occasion for melancholy or celebration, and yet I personally feel neither. Mostly I feel astounded to find myself 19 years into the twenty-first century, and the third millennium, when it seems not so long ago that the pregnant year 2000 was sprung upon us....

By RCAC On on Wednesday Jan 02 2019

For its first January offering, the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) brings a screening of “Delicatessen” (1992) to Rossland -- a unique film where a post-apocalyptic future becomes the setting for pitch black humor in this visually intricate French comedy. The action takes place within a single apartment complex, which is owned by the same man who...

By Castlegar Source On on Friday Dec 28 2018

The City's outdoor community ice skating and hockey rinks will be opening for the season by 3 pm on Friday, Dec. 28.

These rinks are open from 7a.m. to 10 p.m. everyday depending on the weather. They normally remain open until late January or early February as long as the temperatures stay at freezing or below. The rinks are lit up during the evening...

By aeon On on Wednesday Dec 19 2018

By Walter Sinnot-Armstrong, for Aeon

Many of my best friends think that some of my deeply held beliefs about important issues are obviously false or even nonsense. Sometimes, they tell me so to my face. How can we still be friends? Part of the answer is that these friends and I are philosophers, and philosophers learn how to deal with positions on the edge...

By kootenaygallery3 On on Monday Dec 03 2018

Christmas at the Gallery is in full swing at the Kootenay Gallery of Art. Now that December is here, you can shop seven days a week between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.   

The whole building is filled with pottery, sewn crafts, paintings, knitted dolls and much more. There are local books for all ages, including SS Minto...

By Contributor On on Sunday Dec 02 2018

By Jim Baggott ; from Aeon

‘The theory produces a good deal but hardly brings us closer to the secret of the Old One,’ wrote Albert Einstein in December 1926. ‘I am at all events convinced that He does not play dice.’ 

Einstein was responding to a letter from the German physicist Max...

By Andre Carrel On on Saturday Nov 24 2018

I have occasionally been critical of the way we do politics. The recent leaders’ debate on electoral reform provides me with material to explain.

The Opposition prefers electoral reform to be studied by a citizens’ assembly, as in 2003, over the Government’s process. It is a reasonable proposal. The members of the 2003 Citizens’ Assembly were selected at random. It was not an absolute...

By Letters to the ... On on Wednesday Nov 21 2018

Don’t worry!
The Group of Twenty (G20), composed of nineteen countries (including Canada) and the European Union, will meet in Buenos Aires (Argentina) November 30th and December 1st.

By then, newspapers and media analysts will most likely tell us again that they won’t all get along on some major issues during this summit.

But please...