By James Bash for The Columbian
December 6, 2013 6 a.m.
It might be cold outside, but music is a surefire way to warm up and spread some cheer. Fortunately, there's a variety of concerts in the Vancouver area that can elevate your holiday spirits. The range of music stretches from medieval pieces to brand new works and jazz. Many of the concerts offer sing-along opportunities. So don't forget to warm up your vocal chords.
News of a Vancouver woman's horrifying realization that she had live-tweeted the auto accident that claimed her husband's life went global Thursday, generating an outpouring of support and media inquiries from around the world.
They say, "Don't work with children or animals," but the Rev. John Bishop does both. Dec. 17 through 20, Bishop and his Living Hope Church will once again host Curly the Camel and Danny the Donkey for their fifth annual Living Nativity production.