Culture Vulture TV is Vancouver Island and the Okanagan's eye on arts, entertainment, lifestyle, food and more. Join us for our Long & McQuade music interview series with hosts from The Zone, Talking With Your Mouth Full food series with Don Genova (restaurant features), Pop-Up Runway fashion series with stylist Jodi Bryans, Girls on Grapes dating and relationships series, Pacific Coastal Airlines Top 10 events calendar and more!
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Pacific Coastal Airlines Vancouver Island Top 10 - June 2019
This month - Wilson's Stadium where the Harbourcats play ball, Salsa Caliente's Amateur Salsa Competition & All Ages Dance, Boom & Batten opening, Fernwood Bites, Victoria Indigenous Festival, 3rd Annual Van Isle Comic Con, Wicked Witch of the West: Kansas Or Bust, Island Summer Games, 6th Annual Seaside Magazine, Sona Jobarteh.
Pacific Coastal Airlines Top Ten Okanagan: June 2019
This month - Rail Trail Café/Kalavida - Sun Country Cycle, Mackie Lake House, Cowboy Dinner Show at Historic O'Keefe Ranch, Summer Solstice of the Arts, nterior Savings FAT CAT Children’s Festival, Caravan Farm Theatre, Prostate Cancer Foundation Father’s Day Walk Run, Blind Tiger Vineyards "Live in the Vineyard" sessions, Kettle Valley Steam Railway Great Train, Do the Okanagan.com Never Be Bored Again
Long & McQuade SOUND STAGE - Dug Nugget
This episode, Pol Plastino from The Zone FM in Victoria BC talks to Dug Nugget.
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