Category: Arts

0

Noise 101: CD Reviews for Oct. 10

Rae Spoon My Prairie Home Saved by Music Score: A+   Born and raised in Alberta, singer/songwriter/author Rae Spoon has a unique story to tell about growing up as a queer person in a...

0

A jazzy start to the weekend

Friday Afternoon Jazz continues at the Hub   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   Things were swinging at The Hub on Oct. 4, as students from the Jazz Performance Credit program at Mount Royal took...

0

Literary Festivus for the rest of us

WordFest is back, bringing some of the world’s best writers to Calgary   Melissa Kerr Contributor   Every October, WordFest attracts renowned writers and eager readers alike to a seven-day festival celebrating literature. With...

0

Best of the west

Despite a lacking audience, the festival was still a success   Levi Severtson Contributor   On Oct. 4 and 5, Calgary played host to some of Western Canada’s greatest musical talent for Breakout West...

0

Women love metal

Heavy metal conference kicks off with lecture on female representation   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   When you hear of the words “heavy metal,” it is very likely that you think of hardcore concerts...

0

Noise 101: CD Reviews for Sept. 26

Miesha & the Spanks Girls, Like Wolves Saved by Vinyl Score: A   The debut album by local band Miesha & the Spanks, Girls, Like Wolves, fulfils its ferocious namesake with all of its...

0

Floods, fires and fan connections

Canadian folk artist is all about openness   Becca Paterson Arts Editor   Arguably the best element of an intimate venue is a more connected and interactive show with the band or artist playing....

0

Poetry corner

Frontenac House’s Quartet series releases four books of poetry   David Wenzel Contributor   Every autumn, Calgary-based publishers Frontenac House release their annual Quartet, a series of four poetry books written by local poets...