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Stampede: Tried and Trew show for the fans

Over half of this year’s lineup at the Coca-Cola Stage has come and gone but The Trews’ performance Wednesday night proved their is still a great deal of fun left to be had. Photographer...

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Stampede: One hour, 1800+ calories

Disclaimer — Before reading the following, it is not recommended you try this experiment unless you are wise and knowledgable of the ways of junk food. I have been practicing the art of junk food consumption...

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Stampede: Fashion advice for the not-so western

Many Calgarians loathe being defined by cowboys, the Stampede and the Wild West, but it’s hard to avoid that identity every July when the Stampede rolls into town once again. It’s become workplace tradition...

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Stampede: Hinder storms the Coke Stage

In our ongoing showcase of musical acts at this year’s Stampede, Aris Aristorenas returned to the Coke Stage for night two of the Stampede and grabbed these shots of hard rockers Hinder. Tonight Saving...

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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,...

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Sled Island: Woodpigeon soaring to new heights

After tons of time spent touring across Europe, Woodpigeon, led by Mark Andrew Hamilton return to a festival close the group’s heart. Hamilton recently spoke with The Reflector: Reflector: Woodpigeon is quite popular in...

Parking rates driven upwards for fall

Construction costs for Mount Royal’s new 1,200-stall parkade will see open lot parking passes increase by $75 for the fall semester to a rate of $180. Under provincial law the college is not allowed...

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No teeny job for Sweeney

This concludes The Reflector’s profiles of incoming SA executives. To say the VP student life position at the Students’ Association of Mount Royal College fits Eily Sweeney’s personality might be an understatement. Sweeney, who...

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Captain Calgary

Bryce Forbes Staff Writer   He doesn’t do it for the fame, or glory, and definitely not for the money.  Tracey Kelusky does what he does for the love of the game. Kelusky is...

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Summer heats up at Sled Island

In only two years, Sled Island has firmly established itself as Calgary’s coolest summer festival, a mini version of Texas’s South by Southwest festival that balances music, art, and film from both local and...