Category: Arts

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Sled Island preview: Cursive

By Jesse Graham I was first introduced to Cursive when I was a fresh faced fifteen-years-old. Having been recently broken up with by, at the time, the love of my life, I laid in...

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Fleet Foxes new album organic and romantic

Released: May 3, 2011. Sub Pop Records  The Fleet Foxes’ newest album Helplessness Blues seems appropriately named, as the group have made their lyrical endeavours more intimately personal, and their music more haunting. Robin...

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Reverie proves a great end to Ghost River’s season

By Bri Turner Ghost River Theatre’s latest masterpiece, Reverie, made its flawlessly executed public debut on May 19th, and it seems inevitable that this unique and arresting production will leave an indelible imprint on...

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Arthur still sucks

Admittedly this review of Arthur is a few weeks late, but gimme a break I don’t make it out to the theater often, and I don’t pirate movies–I know I’m lame on both accounts....

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An appreciation of The White Stripes

By Sean-Paul Boynton Nearly four years ago, The White Stripes played their very first concert in Calgary, and it was more than worth the pain of being continually passed over during the previous seven-or-so...

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Record Store Day brings out the crowds

By Lynne Hogan Record Store Day, April 16, is a young holiday in its fourth year with the goal of celebrating and supporting music. Born out of love for independent record stores and vinyl,...

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D-O-Double-G double sucks

By Kevin Rushworth The big Snoopy D-O-double G himself—other wise known as Snoop Dogg—has taught me four lessons through his bangin’ tunes; first off, the self titled father of rap taught me to lay...