Tom Zillich

BOLT Safety Society team members at a recent launch event. (Submitted photo)

With Project LyghtNyng, youth-led BOLT Safety Society aims to end violence, harassment, abuse

Group co-founder Vedanshi Vala was given Surrey Board of Trade’s Top 25 Under 25 award in 2021

BOLT Safety Society team members at a recent launch event. (Submitted photo)
The four Comic Strippers coming to Surrey’s Bell Performing Arts Centre on Nov. 18 are, from left to right, Ken Lawson, Chris Casillan, David Milchard and Roman Danylo. (Submitted photo)

Male-stripper parody returns to Surrey’s Bell with four Chips and 10 years of conceptual comedy

‘We’re now just more pure improv,’ Roman Danylo says of The Comic Strippers’ evolution

The four Comic Strippers coming to Surrey’s Bell Performing Arts Centre on Nov. 18 are, from left to right, Ken Lawson, Chris Casillan, David Milchard and Roman Danylo. (Submitted photo)
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Sharma family searches for missing hockey jersey that belonged to teen killed in crash

‘This jersey holds significant value to our family’

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Lottery winner Kanwar Kapoor. (Submitted photo: BCLC)

‘She thought I was joking”: Surrey man’s wife reacts to his $1M Lotto Max win

So far in 2022, B.C. lottery players have redeemed more than $158 million from Lotto Max

Lottery winner Kanwar Kapoor. (Submitted photo: BCLC)
Wildlife photgrapher Martin Gregus Jr. (Submitted photo)

‘Bears of Summer’ spread in National Geographic a dream come true for Surrey photographer

Martin Gregus Jr. won prestigious wildlife photographer award in 2021

Wildlife photgrapher Martin Gregus Jr. (Submitted photo)
Lizzo on stage at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Monday, Nov. 7. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

REVIEW: Lizzo had Vancouver crowd feeling good as hell for the first time in 5 years

Bottom line: Lizzo’s songs sure make girls and women feel good

Lizzo on stage at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on Monday, Nov. 7. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
The launch tube of a new roller coaster coming to Playland amusement park, on the Pacific National Exhibition grounds in East Vancouver. (Submitted photo)

VIDEO: For $9M, ‘Canada’s fastest launch coaster’ is coming to Playland in Vancouver by 2024

The new coaster ‘signals a bright future’ at the amusement park, PNE operators say

The launch tube of a new roller coaster coming to Playland amusement park, on the Pacific National Exhibition grounds in East Vancouver. (Submitted photo)
Chelsea Rose stars as Maria in the Arts Club Theatre Company’s 2022 production of “The Sound of Music,” at Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage in Vancouver starting Nov. 10. (Submitted photo: Emily Cooper)

Metal, Maria & ‘The Sound of Music’ for Surrey’s Chelsea Rose, who blossoms on many stages

Newton-raised performer stars on Arts Club’s Stanley stage, sings with metal band Ophelia Falling

Chelsea Rose stars as Maria in the Arts Club Theatre Company’s 2022 production of “The Sound of Music,” at Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage in Vancouver starting Nov. 10. (Submitted photo: Emily Cooper)
In this Jessica Craig painting, a nurse holds an iPad for a hospital patient during a video chat with family members.

COVID-era challenges painted by nurse/artist from Surrey who’ll open studio for Culture Crawl

‘That was first time I was going to test someone in their residence, and there was fear,’ Jessica Craig says of one painting

In this Jessica Craig painting, a nurse holds an iPad for a hospital patient during a video chat with family members.
Hairy Surrey Eagles broadcaster Joey Pitt, left, poses for a photo with bald Vancouver Canucks play caller Brendan Batchelor in September. Pitt plans to be shaved bald next March to make a wig for a kid with cancer. (Submitted photo)

Now THAT’S hockey hair: Surrey Eagles broadcaster grows massive mullet to make wig for kids

Joey Pitt’s season-long fundraiser is inspired by a close friend lost to cancer

Hairy Surrey Eagles broadcaster Joey Pitt, left, poses for a photo with bald Vancouver Canucks play caller Brendan Batchelor in September. Pitt plans to be shaved bald next March to make a wig for a kid with cancer. (Submitted photo)
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Someone is selling off a ‘lifetime collection’ of musical instruments with Surrey auctioneer

The 448-item collection ‘came from one gentleman out of his house on one of the Gulf Islands’

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A view of the “Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Expericne” exhibit, which opens Friday (Nov. 4) at Vancouver Convention Centre East. (Submitted photo)

‘Beyond King Tut’ opens in Vancouver exactly 100 years after the boy king’s tomb discovery

The latest ‘immersive’ exhibition showcases life in ancient Egypt

A view of the “Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Expericne” exhibit, which opens Friday (Nov. 4) at Vancouver Convention Centre East. (Submitted photo)
Dr. Petra Zebroff speaks during the TEDxSurrey event last February at Bell Performing Arts Centre. (Photo: tedxsurrey.ca)

Meet the 12 who’ll talk at next TEDxSurrey, including 2 students from Fraser Heights

‘Expect to be engaged, entertained, and to have your thinking shifted on today’s most important topics’

Dr. Petra Zebroff speaks during the TEDxSurrey event last February at Bell Performing Arts Centre. (Photo: tedxsurrey.ca)
South Surrey-raised forwards Jordan Gavin (left, with Tri-City Americans) and Tomas Mrsic (Medicine Hat Tigers) pose for a photo during a recent game involving the two WHL teams. (Submitted photo)

South Surrey pals are opponents on different Canadian teams at World U17 Hockey Challenge

Tomas Mrsic and Jordan Gavin grew up as teammates in Semiahmoo and DHA, now play for rival WHL clubs

South Surrey-raised forwards Jordan Gavin (left, with Tri-City Americans) and Tomas Mrsic (Medicine Hat Tigers) pose for a photo during a recent game involving the two WHL teams. (Submitted photo)
A scene from director Jacquile Kambo’s animated short film, “Embrace,” featured at this week’s Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival. The movie is about Arty, a faceless and well dressed man who gets ready for his date until he meets his younger self who makes things complicated.

80 movies featured at South Asian film festival, at Surrey venues starting Nov. 11

Tickets are $125 for an opening gala Nov. 10 at city hall’s Centre Stage theatre

A scene from director Jacquile Kambo’s animated short film, “Embrace,” featured at this week’s Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival. The movie is about Arty, a faceless and well dressed man who gets ready for his date until he meets his younger self who makes things complicated.
Fiddlers Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy during a “A Celtic Family Christmas” concert a few years ago. (Black Press Media file photo: Hamish Burgess)
Fiddlers Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy during a “A Celtic Family Christmas” concert a few years ago. (Black Press Media file photo: Hamish Burgess)
A look inside the new gender-neutral accessible changing station at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Surrey campus. (submitted photo)

New accessible changing station at KPU Surrey gives wheelchair users a lift to toilet, table

‘It’s really significant,’ says Dr. Fiona Whittington-Walsh

A look inside the new gender-neutral accessible changing station at Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Surrey campus. (submitted photo)
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UPDATE: Spooked rescue puppy with ‘really sad backstory’ found in Surrey by Pet Searchers

New to Canada from Mexico, Suki ‘went on quite a journey’ for 2 days in Fleetwood area

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Surrey Eagles defenceman Ty Brassington steers a Nanaimo Clippers player away from the net, guarded by Eli Pulver, during the Eagles’ 5-2 loss at Nanaimo’s Frank Crane Arena on Friday, Oct. 28, 2022. (Submitted photo: Gary Dorland/ Nanaimo Clippers)
Surrey Eagles defenceman Ty Brassington steers a Nanaimo Clippers player away from the net, guarded by Eli Pulver, during the Eagles’ 5-2 loss at Nanaimo’s Frank Crane Arena on Friday, Oct. 28, 2022. (Submitted photo: Gary Dorland/ Nanaimo Clippers)
In January, the B.C. leg of the Snowed In Comedy Tour will feature, from left to right, Paul Myrehaug, Dan Quinn, Erica Sigurdson and Pete Zedlacher.
In January, the B.C. leg of the Snowed In Comedy Tour will feature, from left to right, Paul Myrehaug, Dan Quinn, Erica Sigurdson and Pete Zedlacher.
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