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The hero of songs

Symphony of the Goddesses great addition to Zelda legacy   Nathan Ross Arts Editor   It was a performance that gave “dressing up for a night out” a whole new meaning.   On Nov....

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Another quiet success for Honens

Internationally acclaimed competition barely noticed at MRU   Leah Fink Contributor   As much as everyone in the arts scene has loved beating the whole “Cultural Capital of Canada” title to death, it is...

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A tale of two small-market cities

NHL Oilers and NBA Sonics fans lose the new arena game   Todd Colin Vaughan Sports Editor   Daryl Katz, recluse owner of the Edmonton Oilers, made some interesting choices in the past few...

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Tubby Dog turns 7 years old

Calgary’s favourite hot dog joint still going strong   Nathan Ross Arts Editor   There aren’t many small businesses that have had such a resounding impact on Calgary’s food scene, or any area for...

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Say goodbye to summer

Calgary’s best moments this season   Holly Triebwasser News Editor   Back to school signs are plastered from every department store window in the city and, although it’s still warm out during the day,...

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Calgary actually has lots of stuff to do

Nathan Ross Arts Editor   If there is one thing I’m so sick of hearing people say about Calgary, it is that there is nothing to do.   Calgary is literally the cultural capital...

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Centennial Stampede reaches new records

Turnout at all-time high for 100th anniversary   Holly Triebwasser Staff Writer   Attendance for the Calgary Stampede soared this year – along with the temperatures – as the number of visitors reached record-breaking...

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Sledding for the first time

A Sled Island survival guide for beginners   Samara Hawkins Staff Writer   Way back in 2007, a little festival began in Calgary. Six years later, Sled Island has grown to host 200 bands...