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They’re coming: Reunited blink-182 announces Vancouver concert date, tour in suggestive video

Tickets for June show go on sale Oct. 17 on Live Nation platforms

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NFL football player Jonathan Kongbo pictured in a Denver Broncos tweet on Oct. 6, 2022. (Photo: Twitter.com/Broncos)

Surrey’s Kongbo makes NFL debut with Denver Broncos in prime-time game

Holy Cross grad won 2 Grey Cups with Winnipeg before Broncos signed him

NFL football player Jonathan Kongbo pictured in a Denver Broncos tweet on Oct. 6, 2022. (Photo: Twitter.com/Broncos)
Pro wrestlers Parm Singh Athwal (left, aka The Thunder from Jalandhar) and Robert Britton (Odin Rex) have taken over the All Star Wrestling company, to stage events in Surrey and Vancouver this fall. (Photos: allstar-wrestling.com)

All Star Wrestling returns with 2 ring vets now running shows at Surrey, Vancouver venues

‘The Thunder from Jalandhar’ and ‘Odin Rex’ continue the ASW tradition of family-friendly matches

Pro wrestlers Parm Singh Athwal (left, aka The Thunder from Jalandhar) and Robert Britton (Odin Rex) have taken over the All Star Wrestling company, to stage events in Surrey and Vancouver this fall. (Photos: allstar-wrestling.com)
Vijay Naidu, Surrey Food Bank’s communications and community partnerships manager, with dwindling supplies of baby formula at the food bank’s warehouse in Newton. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

‘Baby Room’ shelves are empty at Surrey Food Bank as formula shortage lingers

Surrey company’s campaign to collect donations involves free barbecue, Canucks alumni goalie

Vijay Naidu, Surrey Food Bank’s communications and community partnerships manager, with dwindling supplies of baby formula at the food bank’s warehouse in Newton. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
IHIT has identified Shemar Jack, 21, of Toronto, as the victim of a shooting in Richmond on Oct. 2, 2022. (Submitted photo: IHIT)

Deadly shooting in Richmond linked to Surrey street where burned vehicle was found

Anyone with dash-cam footage is asked to call the IHIT information line at 1-877-551-IHIT (4448)

IHIT has identified Shemar Jack, 21, of Toronto, as the victim of a shooting in Richmond on Oct. 2, 2022. (Submitted photo: IHIT)
DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society award winners and others, including CEO Neelam Sahota, COO Garrison Duke, MLA Bruce Ralston and directors, at the Surrey-based organization’s Annual General Meeting on Sept. 29. (Submitted photo)

‘Awards of Impact’ for 5 people who help Surrey’s DIVERSEcity help newcomers to Canada

Also, a free DIVERSEcity Entrepreneur & Small Business Fair is at Surrey City Hall on Oct. 19

DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society award winners and others, including CEO Neelam Sahota, COO Garrison Duke, MLA Bruce Ralston and directors, at the Surrey-based organization’s Annual General Meeting on Sept. 29. (Submitted photo)
Mandrake the Magician: A Surrey Archives-hosted online event will celebrate the life of the Surrey magician, in a virtual talk on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. His son Lon Mandrake, also a magician, along with his wife, Linda, “will delve into the compelling local history of their late father (and father-in-law) – a mentalist, illusionist, escapologist, ventriloquist, and stunt performer whose career spanned over 60 years.” Info: 604-501-5100 or surrey.ca/archives. (File photo)
Mandrake the Magician: A Surrey Archives-hosted online event will celebrate the life of the Surrey magician, in a virtual talk on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. His son Lon Mandrake, also a magician, along with his wife, Linda, “will delve into the compelling local history of their late father (and father-in-law) – a mentalist, illusionist, escapologist, ventriloquist, and stunt performer whose career spanned over 60 years.” Info: 604-501-5100 or surrey.ca/archives. (File photo)
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Disney-ish ‘Ghost of a Chance’ promises ‘silly, spooky’ play ahead of Halloween in Surrey, New West

Royal Canadian theatre show to feature six-actor cast Oct. 14-15 at Surrey Arts Centre

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A band performs at Sawbucks Pub in April 2018. (Photo: Facebook.com/sawbuckspub)

Change for 2 Surrey-area bars that stage live music, with a new owner for one

South Surrey’s Sawbucks bought by Otter Co-op, and Newton’s White Hart is now closed

A band performs at Sawbucks Pub in April 2018. (Photo: Facebook.com/sawbuckspub)
Langley-raised country artist Dallas Smith is among nightly performers at the new PNE Winter Fair this December. (File photo: Lauren Collins)

PNE Fair gets winterized with nightly December concerts, holiday lights, skating and more

The winter fair’s $15 ticket does not include admission to nightly concerts, Dec. 14-23

Langley-raised country artist Dallas Smith is among nightly performers at the new PNE Winter Fair this December. (File photo: Lauren Collins)
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VIDEO: Watch Surrey’s Westcoast Harmony Chorus win 6th on Sweet Adelines International stage

‘I think we all are still on Cloud 9,’ chorus member says after mid-September competition in Phoenix

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Savic Vellios (left, in red), with Surrey United’s U17 boys team, battles with a Fusion FC opponent during a 2-0 win for United at Cloverdale Athletic Park on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022. (Photo: Anna Burns)

United front: 2 Surrey teams at home for Canadian soccer championships in Newton this week

U17 boys, girls tournaments involve Surrey United squads; Surrey-based men’s team plays in Ontario

Savic Vellios (left, in red), with Surrey United’s U17 boys team, battles with a Fusion FC opponent during a 2-0 win for United at Cloverdale Athletic Park on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022. (Photo: Anna Burns)
Surrey-raised Jeremy Kennedy has been fighting under the Bellator MMA promotion over the past couple of years. (Submitted photo)

MMA: Surrey’s Jeremy Kennedy wins over higher-ranked Pico in Bellator 286

TKO after the opening round, when Pico’s left shoulder popped out of the socket

Surrey-raised Jeremy Kennedy has been fighting under the Bellator MMA promotion over the past couple of years. (Submitted photo)
Table games and slot machines at the new Delta Cascades Casino on opening day, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Table games and slot machines at the new Delta Cascades Casino on opening day, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Actors Emily Deschanel, left, as Dr. Suzanne Mathis, and Madeleine Arthur as Mae Dodd an episode of the Netflix show “Devil in Ohio,” which filmed in Surrey, Delta and Langley. (Submitted photo: Ricardo Hubbs/Netflix)

Netflix website highlights locations of shows filmed in Surrey, Langley, Delta, elsewhere in B.C.

‘Neighbourhood’ site offers searches by film or series title, or by province

Actors Emily Deschanel, left, as Dr. Suzanne Mathis, and Madeleine Arthur as Mae Dodd an episode of the Netflix show “Devil in Ohio,” which filmed in Surrey, Delta and Langley. (Submitted photo: Ricardo Hubbs/Netflix)
Policing award winners Const. Jessy Sahota, left, and Detective Const. Mandy Glassco. (Photos: theiacp.org)

Surrey, Delta police officers win international ‘Top 40 Under 40’ awards for anti-gang work

Award winners from Canada, U.S., Australia, India and UAE to be honoured in Dallas, Texas

Policing award winners Const. Jessy Sahota, left, and Detective Const. Mandy Glassco. (Photos: theiacp.org)
Rosa Cheng with Vancouver Cantonese Opera, featured during this year’s Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival, a three-day event Oct. 14-16. (Submitted photo)
Rosa Cheng with Vancouver Cantonese Opera, featured during this year’s Vancouver Outsider Arts Festival, a three-day event Oct. 14-16. (Submitted photo)
A scene from the movie “Viral World,” featured during this year’s Shakti Film Festival in Surrey. (Submitted photo)
A scene from the movie “Viral World,” featured during this year’s Shakti Film Festival in Surrey. (Submitted photo)
Food purchased for Surrey Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society’s Nutritional Snack Program fills a Costco store parking lot in Surrey on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022. (Submitted photo: Sylvester Law)

PHOTOS: $80,000 in snacks loaded up for Surrey firefighters’ program to feed hungry students

The food will be distributed to thousands of students in 113 schools in Surrey

Food purchased for Surrey Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society’s Nutritional Snack Program fills a Costco store parking lot in Surrey on Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022. (Submitted photo: Sylvester Law)
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