Tagged: America

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The real Bob Saget

by Bianca Dayrit When people think of Bob Saget, Danny Tanner, the loving father from Full House or that animated G-rated host for America’s Funniest Home Videos comes to mind. Saget’s character on Full...

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Architects building fan base in Canada

by Gabrielle Domanski Having recently completed an exceptionally successful U.K. headline tour, Brighton, U.K. quintet Architects are shifting their mindset in preparation for gracing this side of the Atlantic, where they remain relatively unknown....

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Tattoo doc sails into Calgary

Hori Smoku Sailor Jerry The Uptown Theater Thursday Aug.19 8 p.m. RSVP By Kelsey Hipkin Back in the 1920s a young sailor by the name of Norman “Sailor Jerry” Collins set up shop in Oahu,...

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Hardcore gig finds success in Cowtown

By  Gabrielle Domanski Strike Anywhere/Bane with Lowtalker and Touché Amoré The Republik June 7, 2010 With doors opening at six o’clock, it took what felt like forever for the first band, Lowtalker, to hit...

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‘Vote intelligently’

By Devin Ayotte Internationally renowned journalist Gwynne Dyer visited Mount Royal University to share his views on climate change and the results of U.S. President Barack Obama’s first year in office. Dyer, who spoke...

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Folk Fest: Gomez growing gallantly

Gaining exposure in the vast North American music scene is never easy. If your group started out overseas the difficult task can be compounded even further English indie rock quintet Gomez has been fighting...

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Summer movies keep on rolling

In the spring we published the first half of our summer movie preview. Now that the Autobots have beat on the Decepticons in Transformers II: Revenge of the Fallen and Christopher Pike and Co....

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Stampede: Let the drinks pour

The Stampede is officially upon us and naturally thereflector. ca is bringing you Stampede coverage from all corners of the city for the next 10 days. Log on each day to find useful tidbits,...