The Snowed-In Comedy Tour left Fernie with many sore sides.
Advertisers had to tread carefully this year in a divisive political climate.
Pigeon Hole brought their unique west-coast hip hop sound to the streets of Fernie, Saturday night.
Juno-nominated Toronto based DJ, Paul Murphy a.k.a Skratch Bastid, made the stop in Fernie to play at The Northern last Saturday night.
On Jan. 14, Okotoks artist Jay Burns performed an entertaining show at the Rusty Edge.
The Vogue Theatre presented its first Indie Film of the new year, giving audience members a look into the mind of an Alzheimer’s victim.
Bryan Rosen and the WhatNow soothed the souls of everyone at Infinitea on Friday the 13th, with their unique reggae sound.
Fernie Friends of Opera is screening films of live stage productions of Mozart’s operas at the Arts Station on the weekend of Jan. 27-29.
Critically acclaimed Canadian novelist, Michael Helm, paid Fernie a visit at the Fernie Heritage Library last Friday.
The Reel Canadian Film Fest is being held on the weekend of January 20 – 22 and will showcase the skill of the nation’s filmmakers.
Legendary local punk-rock band, The Runs took the stage at The Northern on Saturday night.
Tim Ketchum has been rocking the guitar since the 70’s, and continued to do so on Friday night at Infinitea.
Lindsay Vallance donned her top hat and suit to read an abridged version of A Christmas Carol.
Holly Hyatt and Jon Burden took the spotlight at the Fernie Arts Station on Friday night, giving the audience some old-school blues.
Herky Cutler shared his smooth sounds with a small crowd at Infinitea T-Bar Friday night.
The Fernie trio of lead singer Rob Boland, drummer Lee Vanderwoude and bassist Dylan McMorris rocked out at the Legion Friday.
Shred Kelly returned from a Canada-wide tour to perform at the Northern.
Turboprop, a sextet Jazz band from Toronto will be starting out on a Canada-wide tour, eventually landing in Fernie on December 7.
The Taste of Fernie was last put on in 2009. Next week the Fernie Chamber is resurrecting this tasty event, with a twist.
Edmonton based music group, Tallest to Shortest, are bringing their tight and twisty fluid surf-rock sound to the Royal on November 5.
Ascent to Powder and Winter of our Discontent had their Fernie premiers at the Vogue Theater.
The next edition of Indie Films Fernie is Into the Forest which will be screened at the Vogue Theatre on Nov. 6 at 5 p.m.
This band combines their lighthearted and goofy approach with their punk/rock influences to create a fast, energetic and loud show.
Sparwood’s own triple threat, pianist-composer-conductor Jesse Plessis returns.
Michael Saad is the author of All the Devils Are Here, was at the Sparwood Library last week for an author event.