Category: Arts

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Noise 101 – CD Reviews for Sept. 22

  Iron Maiden From Fear to Eternity – Best of 1990-2010 EMI It sure speaks about a band’s relevance, longevity and all-around greatness when they have just released their sixth Best Of/Greatest Hits compilation....

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Synapse can’t make real connection

Live show is energetic, but there’s room to grow   by Vanessa Gillard Arts Editor   To get the feeling of a live show from a review it is sometimes helpful to have the...

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Contagion explores desperation, redemption

by Vanessa Gillard Arts Editor   It wasn’t so long ago that people didn’t have the option to stand in line for hours and hours for a flu shot. People didn’t have antibacterial options...

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Calgary arts take centre stage

Vanessa Gillard Arts Editor The city’s festival circuit was incredibly vibrant this summer, though Calgarians saw the loss of the much-beloved Jazz Festival. From traditional ethnic from all over the world, indie upstarts and...

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Ufest poised to delight all involved

By Vanessa Gillard The first year of our alma mater’s inception went well all things considered. It kicked off last September with the appropriately named Ufest, which featured the oddly paired Canadian hip hop...

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Expolatino promises sun and spice.

It’s one of the last festivals around before school begins once more, which makes it all that much more appealing. Expolatino’s 15th anniversary is bound to be better than ever this coming weekend. Check...

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Ye and Jay work well seperately

Jay-Z and Kanye West Watch the Throne Roc-A-Fella, Roc Nation, Def Jam After weeks of hype and meticulous secrecy, Jay-Z and Kanye West’s much-anticipated and highly promoted collaboration, Watch The Throne, hit iTunes on...