A “Red” October

October got off to a fast start at the Red Robinson Show Theatre. David Cassidy appeared on October 9 but was sick with flu. He decided that the show must go on so he went on stage and stayed for 90 minutes singing and playing. At times we thought he might pass out as the…

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Vancouver’s Star Walk gets an upgrade!

October 6 saw the first installation of brand new plaques for the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame on the Star Walk along Vancouver’s Granville Street. This initiative recognizes British Columbians who have made an outstanding contribution to our entertainment industry in Vancouver, across Canada and around the world. Each year the nominating committee selects a…

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Promoter, former KJR DJ Pat O’Day keeps on truckin’

The man never stops hustling. He is Pat O’Day, 75, Pacific Northwest legend. Until the day he dies, he’ll likely be blanketing the airwaves with yet one more Schick Shadel commercial, or calling a hydroplane race on TV, or promoting another rock show. (more from Erik Lacitis at the Seattle Times)…

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Susan Jacks battles kidney failure

Susan Jacks has spent much of the last decade as a caregiver. She looked after her late husband Ted Dushinski while he battled lung cancer, and in recent years has taken care of her brother Bruce as he fought leukemia and colon cancer. Now the voice of The Poppy Family has health problems of her…

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“The Red” is Three!

Here I am on stage during the third anniversary of the Red Robinson Show Theatre. Our opening act back in September of 2006 was Little Richard.  A private concert was held the preceding evening for media, friends and family. Hard to believe that three years have passed. There isn’t a day that goes by without…

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