Category: Arts

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Rode to Success

Calgary producer looks to establish himself in the game Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor It’s an inside joke around some corners of the hip hop community that any type of mixtape or album from a lesser-known...

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Brothers of Smash

Looking at MRU’s Competitive Super Smash Bros. scene Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor It’s 7:13 P.M. on a Tuesday night. Old-style tube TVs grace the tops of the tables on Wyckham House’s second floor. Dozens...

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Red Birds and Blues Songs

Jesse Roper’s wild rollercoaster ride to musical success  By Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor   “It was fucking terrifying. I was a really shy guy who didn’t feel very comfortable in social situations.” That is...

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Q&Arts: The Sylvia Platters

Because you have probably never heard of Power Pop By Bigoa Machar The Reflector recently spoke with Nick Ubels, vocalist and guitar player for The Sylvia Platters, a Power Pop band from Langley, B.C....

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Agreein’ to go European

For the movie junkies that were lucky enough to get in on the action, the 2015 Calgary International Film Festival was quite the treat for Cinema lovers everywhere. Over the course of four days...

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Scream: The TV Series

How the age-old horror classic translates to the small screen By Lexi Wright     Ah! Tis’ the season to indulge in epic amounts of horror and watch every scary movie and horror TV...

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Bringing Sexy Back

The Calgary Burlesque Scene is not only artistically riveting, but also sex positive. By Robyn Welsh On Oct. 16 to 18, pubs were packed with enlivened crowds ready to get a taste of The...

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We All Scream for Nice Cream

Calgary’s newest ice cream parlour uses science to make some delicious frozen treats By Kennedy Enns and Robyn Welsh If you’ve been on the hunt for a place that combines delicious ice cream, friendly...

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‘The Martian’ by Andy Weir

A look at the bestselling novel before it was the movie By Polly Eason Millions of miles from any human contact. Living on a planet determined to kill him. Running out of supplies with...