Category: Arts

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Mullets, braids and pompadours

Stylist shares the art of her profession   Anna Majowski Contributor   Francesca Walker goes to work every day with the ability to express her creativity through a different type of art form –...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Feb. 2

Gorillaz The Singles Collection 2001-2011 EMI   When you have artists who’ve been playing for the past 40, 50 and even 60 years, a decade is nothing special. But, if you’ve bent and broken...

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‘You just write what moves you’

Award-winning author Ivan Coyote speaks at Mount Royal University   Holly Triebwasser Staff Writer   People packed into a crowded Moot Court to hear writer Ivan Coyote tell stories on Jan. 26. Coyote had...

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Thrift: a 3-pronged style solution

Thomi Olson Fashion Columnist   Enter the elusive and magical world of thrift shopping, where clothing either goes to be reborn or to die.   Among the racks of polyester, spandex, worn-out leather and...

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Hub plays host to Raleigh

Hipster bands kick off ‘By Request Wednesdays’   Nathan Ross Staff Writer   On Jan.11, The Hub opened its doors again after the holidays for the first “By Request Wednesdays’’ of 2012. Not one...

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Mother Mother thrills die-hard fans at The Gateway

West Coast band shows that indie and commercial can work in tandem   Lynne Hogan Staff Writer   Vancouver five-piece Mother Mother’s reputation effectively preceded them on Friday Jan. 13 at The Gateway with...

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Noise 101: CD Reviews for Jan. 19

Snow Patrol Fallen Empires Fiction/Interscope   Upon the release of Snow Patrol’s sixth studio album this month, Fallen Empires was already listed as No. 1 on iTunes, which is unsurprising, due praise for songs...