For those that may have missed it — and those that want to see it again — Theatre by the Bay (TBTB) is remounting its best original work to date.
Susan Doolan, Special to Postmedia Network
A childhood fascination with movies has led to creating some award-winning short films for two Barrie high school grads.
Barrie dominated the Collingwood Live & Original (L&O) Music Series last weekend.
Camphill Communities Ontario received the June Callwood Outstanding Achievement Award for Voluntarism last week in Toronto.
The Red Dirt Skinners mark a new Canadian tour with a stop in this area when they perform locally on Saturday.
Each year Drayton Entertainment throws open the doors of King’s Wharf Theatre to give local youth a taste of life on the stage.
Guitarist Rik Emmett returns to the Barrie area to play two shows next week with guitarist Dave Dunlop.
The Martels mark 25 years performing at Kempenfest.
The lineup for third annual Barrie International Comedy Festival has been released and tickets go on sale July 2.
Sarah Higgins is working her way though some of the most well-known female fairy-tale characters.
Stop the World – I Want to Get Off!
Ron Sexsmith will be in Barrie next week to kick of a mini three-concert tour of the area in support of his new album, Carousel One.
It’s been an outstanding year for Lauren Adam, and it’s not over yet.
One of Canada's most well-known authors will headline the Barrie L3 Writers’ Conference in April.
Look at what those two scoundrels are doing in Cookstown - trying to fleece Christine Colgate, a young heiress, out of $50,000.
Talk is Free Theatre opens the 2014-15 season next week with the classic Canadian comedy Vigil.
Several local writers will be featured in the latest Chicken Soup for the Soul book, a holiday edition called Christmas in Canada.
Barrie returns to the Images Thanksgiving Studio Tour, after an absence of several years, because of Phill Holder.
A Barrie teenager captured the top award in the 2014 Alice Munro Writers & Readers Short Story Competition last Saturday evening in Wingham.