Category: Arts

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A Christmas Carol is back at Theatre Calgary

Going into its 28th season, the production is the perfect family Christmas activity Stephanie Weber Staff Writer   Theatre Calgary’s A Christmas Carol is back at Epcor Centre for its 28th year of retelling...

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What would you do with your last day on Earth?

‘These Final Hours’ forces character to assess what is truly important Matt Sutton Staff Writer   Within five minutes of These Final Hours you’re exposed to nudity, death and cocaine. So if that’s what...

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Just look hot, and party

2014 holiday fashion trends Ato Baako Staff Writer   ‘Tis the season to get FANCY (I-G-G-Y) — you’ll probably be hearing that song a lot too. Yes, that’s right, it’s holiday party season people....

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Nov 20

Taylor Swift 1989 Big Machine Records Score: B+   Taylor Swift had fans claiming she “broke the Internet” on the release of her new album, 1989. They’re not entirely wrong. An impeccably timed iTunes...

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Cree fashion designers demo Aboriginal artwork

Rosary Spence travels from Toronto to Calgary and Edmonton showcasing artistic, Aboriginal-inspired fashions Jesse Yardley Contributor   Rosary Spence, a Cree artist and designer, is set up at a small worktable near the front...

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Big Brother is watching: get ready to audition!

Liza Stinton from Big Brother Canada season one gives the scoop on setting yourself apart Kari Pedersen Arts Editor   Canada is preparing for the third season of a very successful rendition of Big...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Nov 6

The Gay Nineties Liberal Guilt EP Self-released Score: A+   The Gay Nineties, led by frontman Parker Bossley (Hot Hot Heat, Mounties), will be releasing a follow-up EP to their latest release, the Coming...

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Q & Arts: Kalsey Kulyk

Country singer Kalsey Kulyk has overcome big struggles to make it to where she is today Kari Pedersen Arts Editor Kalsey Kulyk is a small town girl with a big story. After being diagnosed...

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We Day returns to Calgary

Young Calgary volunteers come to We Day to be inspired Ali Hardstaff Staff Writer   Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome was filled with 16,000 people on Nov. 3. Filled with teachers, students and other guests from...