Category: Arts

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Noise 101: CD reviews for Feb. 14

Two Hours Traffic Foolish Blood Bumsteed Records Score: B   Big changes have been going on with Two Hours Traffic since they dropped Territory back in 2009. They dropped guitarist Alec O’Hanley for former...

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Rock out with your pinky out

Helpful tips to avoid being the worst person at a concert   Nathan Ross Arts Editor   There are a lot of things that I hoped would have ceased to be things by 2013....

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Gallery tackles rape

Off the Beaten Path a hard-hitting exhibit that forces you to feel   Logan Pollon Staff Writer   Don’t let any outspoken Republican senators fool you, rape is a horrible thing. It is an...

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Reading break reads

Take a look, it’s in a book   The Magicians Lev Grossman   It’s Harry Potter goes to Narnia, but with sex and swearing. That’s what I say when I’m trying to coerce someone...

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Stuck in a dating rut?

Here, have some impressive ideas (no need to thank us)   Nathan Ross Arts Editor   If the phrase “date night” for you means arguing over what to do, doing the same thing as...

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All about Arkells

MRU’s biggest act this year   Nathan Ross Arts Editor   Mount Royal as a university is just in its growing years, and people are starting to take note that the school is on...

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Noise 101: CD reviews for Jan. 31

Boats A Fairway Full of Miners Majestic Triumph Score: B+   Boats’ third album, A Fairway Full of Miners, is sure to inspire emotions of gleeful yet sombre oddness. Mat Klachefsky’s unusually high-pitched voice...

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Night off, rock on

Arkells thrill MRU during break in tour   Nathan Ross Arts Editor   In the last Noise 101, we stated “Live Music Tuesday is dead.” Sure, it was a bold statement, but we didn’t...

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Top 5 movies to see this year

Films actually worth shelling out $13 for   Elaine Graham Contributor   This is certain to be a fantastic year in film for those of us who only want to watch remakes, adaptations and...

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This Is What Happens Next

Daniel MacIvor returns to the stage in emotional epic   Vern McGill Layout Editor   Guess who’s back.   An emotionally-wounded Daniel MacIvor returned to the stage to perform This Is What Happens Next,...