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Summer sports madness

Here’s what happened with the Big Four Bryce Forbes Sports Editor It was a two-team race for first place in the north division of the North American Baseball League between the Vipers and the...

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Calgary Folk Fest delivers on all fronts

By Sean-Paul Boynton When the sun finally decided to keep on shining throughout the weekend after a gloomily rained-out Friday, the 2011 Calgary Folk Music Festival truly came alive. In this reviewer’s opinion, the...

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Braids gets tangled in their tunes

by Claire Miglionico The Reflector Braids has come a long way since its earlier days as The Neighbourhood Council – the original band the members formed in their last year of high school. In...

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Stamps fired up for new season

by Laura Lushington The Reflector After a season-ending 20-16 loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 2010 Western final, the Calgary Stampeders are looking to redeem themselves. Putting the past behind them, the players...

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Sled in the summertime

by Vanessa Gillard Arts Editor Since 2007 Calgarians have had their own private island — Sled Island. If you have never heard of the little festival that could, you have been missing out. What...

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World Juniors a hot ticket

by Blaine Meller Sports Editor Despite questions surrounding ticket availability, the 2012 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships are receiving “unprecedented interest,” according to the event’s general manager. When the final numbers were tabulated, more...

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Ring signed to UFC bout

By Blaine Meller Sometimes opportunity knocks more than once. And this time, the opportunity given to Calgarian Nick Ring is another shot at the big dance. It was announced Dec. 7 that Ring, 30,...

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MRU Cougar Athletics unveils Wall of Fame

by Blaine Meller In a year that sees Mount Royal celebrate its 100th anniversary, Cougar Athletics officially unveiled its contribution to the centennial celebrations. The Cougars Wall of Fame and its inaugural five inductees...