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Photographer captures flood stories in new book

Photographer captures flood stories in new book

The rain beat heavily on the roof of Kelly Schovanek’s newly purchased van parked next to Cougar Creek when he woke up in it on the morning of June 20.
New edition of K-Country guide out

New edition of K-Country guide out

Gillean Daffern knew for quite some time she needed to update her Kananaskis Country Trail Guide due to the amount of change the area has seen in the last decade. “Things have changed so much in the last 10 years,” said Daffern.
Good Earth offers taste of Celtic

Good Earth offers taste of Celtic

For those suffering from a shortage of Celtic music in the valley since the Highland Games, Good Earth Café is the place to be on Friday (Nov. 8).
Banff Centre hosts Indo-Canadian drama

Banff Centre hosts Indo-Canadian drama

Successful art is usually born of the same two re-occurring parents – collaboration and innovation. Such is the case with the stage production of Taj, an Indian-Canadian production first created for the Toronto Luminato Festival in 2011.
Tribe gathers to celebrate Canmore connection

Tribe gathers to celebrate Canmore connection

Canmore is coming home this weekend to celebrate shared experience and small-town connection and at the same time, raise money to help support flood relief. The Tribe Lives on – Homecoming 2013 kicks off Saturday (Nov.
Okanagan quartet plays Elk

Okanagan quartet plays Elk

Wild Son has got it pretty good.
Mudmen back at Rose

Mudmen back at Rose

On a Western Canada tour centred on playing the massive party that is sure to be the Grey Cup in Regina this month, why not extend the fun by dropping in at Banff’s Rose and Crown? Mudmen will do just that, Sunday (Nov.
Unity Brew returns to the valley

Unity Brew returns to the valley

It may have taken five years, but the Unity Brew is back in the Bow Valley.
Pine Tree heads for the desert in new work

Pine Tree heads for the desert in new work

With winter approaching, if you feel you’re not quite ready for the annual deep freeze, Pine Tree Players will warm you up with its new comedy, This Ruddy Desert. This Ruddy Desert features several firsts for the local theatre company.
Lindhout shares story at Canmore readings

Lindhout shares story at Canmore readings

Amanda Lindhout was back in Canmore last week for a pair of book readings from her new memoir A House in the Sky, written with co- author Sara Corbett.
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