Category: Arts

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A safe haven for cinephiles

by Sean-Paul Boynton Before digital video, IMAX, and Avatar, there was Super 8mm and 16mm film. Largely used by amateur moviemakers during their heyday, these formats have also been adopted extensively by both indie...

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Finding that perfect balance

by Sean-Paul Boynton “I think you really need that combination of the academic and the practical. To spend time with the instrument, that creates a huge upside to teaching.” To say that Tyler Hornby...

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Working outside the system

By Michael Bull With the transition to university status in full swing, Mount Royal is becoming more and more well known. However, there are still a few parts of the campus experience that tend...

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The saddest of all last calls

by Sean-Paul Boynton “Different enough to entertain.” Those words, displayed on the front wall, personified what made The Warehouse and Underground – a multi-level, multi-genre music club, the former catering to larger bands and...

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Remembering their roots while bringing the beats

Calgary hip-hop crew the A-Squad Boyz are touching on their African roots and both their experiences and backgrounds by introducing distinctly Angolan kuduro beats into the city’s under­ground music scene. Once known as the...

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Shining the spotlight on reality

The controversial issue of abortion is a topic that has the ability to polarize – you’re either for it or against it.   In the case of The Abortion Monologues, the goal is not...