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This is not your grandmother's Dickens

This is not your grandmother's Dickens

When one thinks of classic Christmas stories, usually included are The Little Match Girl, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and A Christmas Carol. But that was exactly why MOTUS O Dance Theatre wanted to have its own adaptation.
Canmore food scene 'exceptional' – Gilchrist

Canmore food scene 'exceptional' – Gilchrist

With the launch of CBC Radio restaurant critic John Gilchrist’s eighth edition of his book My Favourite Restaurants there is something different on the cover: Canmore.
Cowboy poet joins The Wardens

Cowboy poet joins The Wardens

Part cowboy, part cop, part wildlife wrangler; with such a multi-faceted job description, the warden life – as it was when a warden was expected to be a masterful Jack-of-all trades – was utterly unique.
Tenore bringing holiday song

Tenore bringing holiday song

Three-time Gospel Music Awards (GMA) award-winning tenor group Tenore are currently on tour with the new holiday album Christmas With You. The group began its national tour in Camrose on Nov.
The Boat sails into library

The Boat sails into library

A ghostly ship of wood and paper that speaks of the fragility of parenthood, of being an artist and of being both at the same time, is now floating over the stacks of children’s books in the Canmore Public Library.
JOY in the Bow Valley

JOY in the Bow Valley

There are two things that tell us the holiday season is just around the corner: snow, for one, and Canada House Gallery’s annual celebration, JOY.
Off the Wall covers all bases

Off the Wall covers all bases

A range in esthetic and mixed media for everyone’s appetite can be currently found in one space. Jewelry, ceramics, glass, wood and metalwork are all currently being displayed in the Canmore Art Guild Gallery at Elevation Place.
Boom Booms head for Hotel

Boom Booms head for Hotel

Quite possibly there is no band that should feel more at home in the forests and mountains of the Bow Valley than The Boom Booms. Vancouver-based, The Boom Booms origins were in the forests of B.C.
Banff photographer captures summits, stars

Banff photographer captures summits, stars

Photography began as a pragmatic tool for Paul Zizka, a way to record his backcountry trips and adventures. Today, however, he’s increasingly recognized for his high-altitude and night photography.
Fyvie finds beauty in burned forests

Fyvie finds beauty in burned forests

Where some see sadness and destruction in a burned forest, Canmore artist Barb Fyvie sees a complex, challenging landscape that is, in fact, a place of beauty.
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