Tom Zillich

George Takei. (Photo: wikimedia.org)
George Takei. (Photo: wikimedia.org)
A view of Surrey's new modular park washroom in a photo posted to archdaily.com.

‘Playful, durable, safe’: Surrey’s new park washroom design splashed on architecture website

Vancouver firm contracted to create prototype now installed at two parks, with two more in the works

A view of Surrey's new modular park washroom in a photo posted to archdaily.com.
Aerial view of Surrey's Port Mann Park looking south, with the bridge to the right. (Photo: google.com/maps)

Former Surrey landfill site pitched for riverfront trails, group camping area

Grant application would cover $9.97 million project cost at Port Mann Park, report to council says

Aerial view of Surrey's Port Mann Park looking south, with the bridge to the right. (Photo: google.com/maps)
TEASER

WATCH: Surrey-made anti-bullying video urges youth to #BlockEmDontShareEm

“Break the chain by deleting the image and never forwarding – not even to a best friend’

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Musician Grant Hill grew up in Surrey and now lives in Los Angeles. “Going to parties in Surrey, you could never let your guard down, even if you were the guy singing,” he says. (submitted photo)

With ‘Fly,’ Surrey-raised musician gives debut album wings at age 53

‘It took a little longer than expected… and I think it’s been worth the wait,’ says Grant Hill

Musician Grant Hill grew up in Surrey and now lives in Los Angeles. “Going to parties in Surrey, you could never let your guard down, even if you were the guy singing,” he says. (submitted photo)
The Washboard Union in the video for the song “If She Only Knew.”

WATCH: Washboard Union’s new ‘double feature’ videos filmed by Surrey director Barberis

‘Double feature’ release for the award-winning country music trio

The Washboard Union in the video for the song “If She Only Knew.”
typewriter

Virtual event again for Surrey International Writers’ Conference this fall

‘We simply could not see a path to non-essential travel and gathering by the hundreds’ in hotel

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RCMP cruiser.

No charges for Surrey RCMP officer connected to driver’s serious-injuries crash in Guildford

January 2020 incident was investigated by Independent Investigations Office

RCMP cruiser.
Teachers and support staff at Surrey’s Ecole Woodward Hill hold flags and wear red during a “walk-in” outside the school on Tuesday. (Submitted photo: Matt Westphal)

‘Solidarity march’ by teachers, staff at Surrey school hit by COVID-19 variants

‘We need better safety standards in Surrey schools with the variants’: teachers association president

Teachers and support staff at Surrey’s Ecole Woodward Hill hold flags and wear red during a “walk-in” outside the school on Tuesday. (Submitted photo: Matt Westphal)
old Stardust building

Buy a brick of Stardust building for $50 donation to one Surrey charity

‘A great way to help ensure the Stardust spirit carries on,’ says developer of the Whalley site

old Stardust building
In 2019, police were called to investigate an assault at a residence in the 13300-block of 105th Avenue on Feb. 17 to find Tee Bor, 68, seriously injured. He died in hospital. (File photo: Aaron Hinks)

Guilty verdict in Whalley-area stabbing death of Tee Bor in 2019

Next court date for Pee Lee Pi is Feb. 25

In 2019, police were called to investigate an assault at a residence in the 13300-block of 105th Avenue on Feb. 17 to find Tee Bor, 68, seriously injured. He died in hospital. (File photo: Aaron Hinks)
Sarb Randhawa outside the family-operated Baron's Manor Pub in Port Kells. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Sarb Randhawa outside the family-operated Baron's Manor Pub in Port Kells. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Gurjinder Bhurji (left) and Hardip Jhaj are among organizers of the Run Surrey Run event. (File photo: Tom Zillich)

‘Run Surrey Run’ will kick off as a virtual event this spring

For 2021, registration is limited to 2,000 participants, for $25 each

Gurjinder Bhurji (left) and Hardip Jhaj are among organizers of the Run Surrey Run event. (File photo: Tom Zillich)
The Safeway store at 10355 King George Blvd., Surrey. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Whalley grocery store will close this spring

‘The decision to close a store is never taken lightly,’ says Sobeys media rep

The Safeway store at 10355 King George Blvd., Surrey. (Photo: Tom Zillich)
Laurent Brossoit interviewed on Sportsnet Friday night (Feb. 19).

Two NHL shutouts for Surrey’s Brossoit – both against hometown Vancouver Canucks

Former Cloverdale MHA goaltender stopped 29 shots Friday

Laurent Brossoit interviewed on Sportsnet Friday night (Feb. 19).
Leon Mandrake on the cover of the book "The Real Mandrake the Magician," written by Linda and Lon Mandrake and published by Friesen Press. (submitted photo)

SURREY NOW & THEN: ‘Good memories’ in magic man’s prominent home, destroyed by fire

Mandrake the Magician the subject of new doc film and exhibit at Museum of Surrey

Leon Mandrake on the cover of the book "The Real Mandrake the Magician," written by Linda and Lon Mandrake and published by Friesen Press. (submitted photo)
An excavator demolishes Surrey's old Stardust roller rink building on Saturday, Feb. 13. (Photo: Facebook/Bill Lions Duncan)

PHOTOS: Surrey’s old Stardust building demolished to make way for 49-storey tower

‘Almost gone,’ Bill Lions Duncan posted to Facebook, with photos

An excavator demolishes Surrey's old Stardust roller rink building on Saturday, Feb. 13. (Photo: Facebook/Bill Lions Duncan)
A scene from “Some People Have to Suffer,” a 1976 documentary movie that focuses on the sewage concerns of Bridgeview-area residents of Surrey. (Photo: National Film Board of Canada)

Film about filthy chapter of Surrey history now streaming on NFB.ca for free

Bill Vander Zalm and others in ‘Some People Have to Suffer,’ about Bridgeview’s sewage concerns

A scene from “Some People Have to Suffer,” a 1976 documentary movie that focuses on the sewage concerns of Bridgeview-area residents of Surrey. (Photo: National Film Board of Canada)
Ed the Sock. (photo: YouTube.com)
Ed the Sock. (photo: YouTube.com)
Jon Lachlan Stewart and Marie Hélène Bélanger Dumas in “Macbeth Muet.” (submitted photo: Sophie Gagnon Bergeron)

Online in real-time, live theatre returns with Pi’s ‘Macbeth Muet’ and ‘Frequencies’

Provocateurs Presentation Series runs from Feb. 18-21, from stages in Montreal and Halifax

Jon Lachlan Stewart and Marie Hélène Bélanger Dumas in “Macbeth Muet.” (submitted photo: Sophie Gagnon Bergeron)