Category: Arts

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One-man-band plays The Hub

Shane Philip brings good vibes for disaster relief   David Wenzel Contributor   At his Jan. 22 show at The Hub, one-man-band Shane Philip certainly didn’t fail to impress students, faculty, and visitors alike....

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MRU gets a new library

Book exchange box pops up on Main Street   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   Mount Royal University’s library had its first expansion earlier this month, but it had nothing to do with the new...

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Weird music

Canadian independent artists will soon have Wyrd Distro, a new platform to sell their work   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   The underground music scene is gearing up to get much better for independent...

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B-listed

Netflix’s best of the worst   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   Let’s face it: we all have those nights where we need to curl up in front of the TV or computer screen to...

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Q & Arts: Amanda Okafor

Performance poet Amanda Okafor talked with The Reflector for this week’s Q & Arts.   Will Conner Staff Writer   When you’re sitting in class, do you ever wonder if the guy sitting next...

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The Nick Presents

Community club brings the big names in folk   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   Nestled away in the Crescent Heights Community Hall, just under 200 people were packing into the small venue on Jan....

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Jan. 16

July Talk    July Talk   White Girl Records   Score: A+   The perfect blend of alternative, punk, garage and blues makes up Canadian indie rock band July Talk. Their eponymous debut album...

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A recluse’s guide to the holidays

Enjoy the season without leaving the house   Kyle Pura Contributor   When one thinks about the holidays, most of the essential practices and traditions revolve around being social and leaving the house —...