Category: Arts

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Mashing-up copyright

A suburban teenage girl, a San Francisco DJ and a single mother living in Minnesota may come from different walks of life, but they all hold something in common. All were broadsided by charges...

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Trew to their fans

Wyckham House was transformed Mar. 14 as the tables and chairs were packed up and the food services were out of sight as The Students’ Association of Mount Royal College celebrated the grand opening...

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Uncovered: What a weekend!

As it always happens the weekend is chock full of events taking place but I’m too busy to attend all of them. Tonight, ACAD student Jenner Zywotkiewicz will be on hand at Hi-fi for...

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Just keep shouting!

The E-town boys of Shout Out Out Out Out (yes it’s mouthful but it’s actually kind of fun to say) played the Warehouse last night to a decent side crowd with opening act the...

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What would you do?

This is the question filmmaker Michael McGowan poses with his second feature film, One Week. Despite the heavy, soul-searching implications of the film, it’s not sombre or overly dramatic. Starring Canada’s closest thing to...

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Shut up or die

Imagine that one morning after breakfast you get a frantic phone call from your neighbour. She seems consumed in fear, cannot stop hyperventilating, and is constantly repeating the word “husband.” You attempt to calm...

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Songstress shows Swagger

Ask Lucie Idlout to classify her music and without a moment’s hesitation she’ll tell you it’s rock. Idlout’s (pronounced Id-lowt) second album Swagger was released Feb. 10 to positive reviews. Compared to her first...

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Local dancers make waves on canvas

It was somewhat of a surreal scene, stepping into Art Central on Feb. 27. The space wasn’t completely transformed. The lights were dimmed and the storefronts closed. People lined the staircase and one side...