The Reflector

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It’s going down in Chinatown

Calgary officials turn to the population to see what’s best for the downtown region By Bigoa Machar The cool looking tigers gracing the front of the Calgary Chinese Cultural Centre have become a staple...

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Blank Face LP Review

Schoolboy Q Blank Face LP Top Dawg Entertainment Grade: B     One of the more anticipated albums of the summer hip hop calendar, Schoolboy Q’s fourth studio album tells the story of the...

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Keep Rollin’ Honey

How one Banff artist went from almost never getting into music to making her first album By Bigoa Machar Four years ago, if you had asked Amelie Patterson what her daily life would consist of...

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Challenging myself to the Guinness diet

Is the Irish beer truly a “meal replacement in a can?” Kyle Pura As an avid beer drinker (or “connoisseur” if I were to give myself a pretentious title), I have sipped, gulped, chugged...

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New park for New Brighton

Calgary’s newest athletic park serves southeast Calgary By Bigoa Machar Just in time for Canada Day, the city of Calgary has announced the grand opening of the New Brighton Athletic park. Just off 130...

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CalgaryNIX’d?

Calgary’s proposed big fancy stadium could come with an even bigger cost Bigoa Machar With the steaming pile of crap sitting in the middle of our city that is often referred to as the Saddledome...

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‘Post to be

What could a Canada Post strike mean to you? By Bigoa Machar After the inital fallout of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union and the value of the British Pound dropping harder than...

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Nothing to be Overwatched

Is one of the world’s most popular games worth the hype?   By Bigoa Machar   Since it’s release just over a month ago, more than 7 million players have ran, jumped and shot...

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Minor Name, Major Sound

Saskatoon pop band front man talks about becoming a musician and why music matters. By Bigoa Machar   Scrolling though your Apple Music library can be a huge task with the hundreds, if not...