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RUBBERBANDance the night away

RUBBERBANDance the night away

Fusing hip hop and ballet dance styles, the elastic movements of Montreal-based RUBBERBANDance troupe will spring onto the stage at The Banff Centre next Saturday (Feb. 16).
Account shares story of being an Inconvenient Indian

Account shares story of being an Inconvenient Indian

For many non-aboriginal people, the Idle No More movement that has swept across Canada with its protests and marches and demands from aboriginal people can be mystifying, frustrating and inconvenient.
Bands to meet on Tommy's battlefield

Bands to meet on Tommy's battlefield

If you and your bandmates have been slaving away, penning songs, hitting open mics and trying to get the word out, an upcoming battle of the bands event may be just what you’re looking for. On Wednesdays, beginning Feb.
Folk fest alumni returns for more

Folk fest alumni returns for more

Folk singer-songwriter Jeremy Fisher just can’t stay away from the Valley. “It just seemed like the right time,” he said, in an interview with the Outlook. “I made a couple of bookings a year ago and so I decided to make a two-week run of it.
Rising Stars brighten St. Michael's

Rising Stars brighten St. Michael's

The annual Canada’s Rising Stars concert returns this week, with performances by two young prodigies, 16-year-old violinist Colleen Venables and seven-year-old Kevin Chen.
A Hundred Hundred Lights guides Ranger

A Hundred Hundred Lights guides Ranger

Josh Smith, former frontman of local favourite The Shoulder Season, has released a new solo album. Under the moniker Ranger, Smith’s album is a five-song EP entitled A Hundred Hundred Lights.
New public art to enliven walls in Banff

New public art to enliven walls in Banff

Hiking Johnston Canyon is one of artist Sheila Kernan’s earliest childhood memories of Banff National Park.
Hot 8 band brings N'awlins sound north

Hot 8 band brings N'awlins sound north

New Orleans’ own Hot 8 Brass Band has epitomized New Orleans street music for over a decade.
The Last Order at the Good Earth

The Last Order at the Good Earth

With live music every Friday, Good Earth Coffeehouse in Canmore is the place to be. The Last Order – a trio consisting of John Paul McBride, Tara Brehaut and Grant Hilts – plays next Friday (Feb. 1), starting at 8 p.m.
Wigwam weaves myths of cultures

Wigwam weaves myths of cultures

Wigwam, a play about indigenous mythological ideas by Jean-Fr éd éric Messier, is coming to The Banff Centre for a performance Sunday (Jan. 20). Cast member édith Paquet spoke with the Outlook about the performance.
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