Category: Arts

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Braids gets tangled in their tunes

by Claire Miglionico The Reflector Braids has come a long way since its earlier days as The Neighbourhood Council – the original band the members formed in their last year of high school. In...

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Sled in the summertime

by Vanessa Gillard Arts Editor Since 2007 Calgarians have had their own private island — Sled Island. If you have never heard of the little festival that could, you have been missing out. What...

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Take a voyage with Radiohead

by Sean-Paul Boynton The Reflector What is a Radiohead record? More specifically, what does an album have to be in order to be classified as such? Does it have to be life-changing, world-skewing and...

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Get cultured this summer

by Bri Turner The Reflector This summer Calgary will be busting at the borders with culture and beautiful sights to take in. When winter gives way to Calgary’s festival season, don’t let these arts...

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Swap till you drop

by Laura Lushington The Reflector That dress you bought last summer is hanging in your closet, tags attached, never to be worn. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but wouldn’t it...

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The great hunt for a perfect spring shoe

by Claire Miglionico The Reflector There are few things in fashion as satisfying as owning a great pair of shoes, and what better than the spring season to get down and funky with our...

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Noise 101 – CD Reviews for March 24

Hello Bella’s full-length and most recent album Echoes of the Atmosphere is propelled by electrifying guitar melodies and skilful drumming, both of which work together to give a glamourous power-pop feel to Ontario native...