Tom Zillich

An aerial view of the Bose Corn Maze in Surrey. (File photo)

Surrey’s Bose Corn Maze won’t open for 2nd straight year, with spring’s wet weather to blame

Last summer was first time in 22 years the corn maze didn’t operate at corner of 64 Ave. and 156 St.

An aerial view of the Bose Corn Maze in Surrey. (File photo)
Photo posted to “Jurassic Fest Surrey” event on Facebook.

City cancels permit for ‘Jurassic Fest Surrey,’ which has ghosted ticket-buyers for months

‘I haven’t seen any money yet, and I haven’t seen anything about the event actually happening’

Photo posted to “Jurassic Fest Surrey” event on Facebook.
The band Too Much of Anything in a promo photo.

VIDEO: White Rock band rocks ‘Just for the Night’ with QOTSA-like song 4 years after forming

Too Much of Anything trio set to perform Aug. 20 at Portside Pub in East Vancouver

The band Too Much of Anything in a promo photo.
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KPU students’ ‘Summer Fling Neighbourhood Clean-Up Party’ at Surrey park welcomes residents

Two-hour event Tuesday, Aug. 9 at Newton Athletic Park, from 6 to 8 p.m.

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Torch relay participants ahead of the 2022 Canada Summer Games in Niagara. (Photo: facebook.com/2022CanadaGames)

60 Surrey-area athletes, coaches at 2022 Canada Summer Games, with more from White Rock, Delta

Starting Thursday (Aug. 6), the Games will welcome more than 5,000 young athletes and staff

Torch relay participants ahead of the 2022 Canada Summer Games in Niagara. (Photo: facebook.com/2022CanadaGames)
Cassidy Hergott (left, as Doris) and Natalie Peters (Enid) in Peninsula Productions' version of Agatha Christie’s "The Stranger," to be staged at the company’s studio in Centennial Park from Aug. 18-28. (Contributed photo: Kat Siemens)

‘Stranger’ things: Rarely-staged Agatha Christie story to play theatre in White Rock park

‘Lost classic’ script promises vintage suspense from Peninsula Productions, with Alex Browne directing

Cassidy Hergott (left, as Doris) and Natalie Peters (Enid) in Peninsula Productions' version of Agatha Christie’s "The Stranger," to be staged at the company’s studio in Centennial Park from Aug. 18-28. (Contributed photo: Kat Siemens)
Image from the poster for “Macaroni Soup,” an animated short by Surrey-based filmmaker Alayna Y.

Surrey-based animator’s ‘Macaroni Soup’ stirs interest at Vancouver Queer Film Festival

Six-minute story follows a young woman who falls in love with a waitress in a Hong Kong-style café

Image from the poster for “Macaroni Soup,” an animated short by Surrey-based filmmaker Alayna Y.
The photo mural mosaic at the Museum of Surrey. (Submitted photo)

Thousands of portraits fill Museum of Surrey’s mural wall to create large river-photo mosaic

Created in 2018, the project involved some interesting photos of Surrey people at Surrey events

The photo mural mosaic at the Museum of Surrey. (Submitted photo)
Whalley All-Stars battled Trout Lake during the B.C. Little League Championships semifinal game Saturday (July 30) at Whalley Athletic Park in Surrey. The home team won 6-5 to advance to Sunday’s championship game. (Photo: Anna Burns)

Whalley falls to Little Mountain in B.C. Little League final at Orest Springenatic Field

Host team had 5 wins and 1 loss during round-robin portion of tournament

Whalley All-Stars battled Trout Lake during the B.C. Little League Championships semifinal game Saturday (July 30) at Whalley Athletic Park in Surrey. The home team won 6-5 to advance to Sunday’s championship game. (Photo: Anna Burns)
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‘Twin Adventures’ for Surrey co-authors who wrote a children’s book about South Asian kids

Book was supposed to be released last fall, but the pandemic paused a launch event until Aug. 7

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Puck used for Surrey’s Powerplay Hockey League. (Submitted photo)

Fall face-off for Surrey’s Powerplay youth hockey league, focused on fun and affordability

A gear rental program is available for $51.50 per season, and goalies play for free

Puck used for Surrey’s Powerplay Hockey League. (Submitted photo)
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The band Top City performs a free concert Wednesday, Aug. 3 at Clayton Community Centre, 6:30 p.m., as part of the city’s Sounds of Summer series. See listing under Concerts. (Photo: facebook.com/topcityhorns)
The band Top City performs a free concert Wednesday, Aug. 3 at Clayton Community Centre, 6:30 p.m., as part of the city’s Sounds of Summer series. See listing under Concerts. (Photo: facebook.com/topcityhorns)
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Presto, he’s president: World’s largest magic organization now led by Surrey’s Billy Hsueh

‘It just feels really good to represent an organization that I’ve been part of since I was, like, 11’

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Music and meditation to fill Surrey City Hall, plaza during new 2-day festival in August

Transformational Theatre’s inaugural in-person festival follows online concert in May 2021

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New drawings show $100M Newton Community Centre, to include 50-metre indoor lap pool

Project is on track for completion in 2025, according to a report to council

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COVID-delayed Run Surrey Run race to hit pavement for first time in September, in City Centre

Registration for the inaugural in-person event is capped at 500 participants

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In July 2016, then-BC Lions quarterback Jonathon Jennings (in hat) teaches kids to throw the football during a “Play with the Pros” skills camp at the CFL team’s practice facility in Whalley. (File photo: Tom Zillich)

33% reduced-rent deal with City of Surrey keeps BC Lions football facility in Whalley

Current market rates ‘unaffordable’ to CFL club, to pay $1.39M in new 5-year lease agreement

In July 2016, then-BC Lions quarterback Jonathon Jennings (in hat) teaches kids to throw the football during a “Play with the Pros” skills camp at the CFL team’s practice facility in Whalley. (File photo: Tom Zillich)
A Canadian Blood Services clinic in Calgary. (File photo: Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press)

‘Long weekend heroes’ needed in Surrey to donate blood and plasma

‘We need more than 100,000 new donors in Canada this year to keep up with demand’

A Canadian Blood Services clinic in Calgary. (File photo: Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press)