Category: Arts

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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...

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Artist puts a bit of Calgary into webcomic

by Vanessa Gillard Arts Editor Comics have been interpreted in almost every medium available to human capability. Most recently and notoriously, it was proven that Broadway isn’t the best place for superheroes. Imagine that:...

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Deconstructing Mount Royal’s design

by Laura Lushington The Reflector It’s hard not to notice your surroundings when you spend four years of your life getting a degree at a university. When you take that brief moment to glance up...

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Noise 101 – CD Reviews for March 10

Amos Lee Mission Bell Blue Note Records This album is adult-contemporary at its best, which isn’t necessarily the best thing. I’m sure Lee is a very talented individual, but when he spouts lyrics like...

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Methodical songwriting guides Calgary metal band

by Sarah Kitteringham The Reflector When I walk into the Canterbury Castle — the name given to the house of extreme progressive metal band Promethean Labyrinth — several things are immediately striking. A bloody,...

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Former MRU student hosts local Jazz Jam

by Michael Bull The Reflector In 2005, Matt Doherty was working at Broken City when a new weekly showcase featuring some of Calgary’s best and brightest young jazz musicians reignited his love of music....