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2012 Melissa's artist opens show Saturday

2012 Melissa's artist opens show Saturday

This weekend should be a good one for Banff artist Wendy Bradley. Banff-born Bradley is unveiling her new art show and sale – Artistic Journeys with W.J. Bradley – Saturday and Sunday (Sept.
Philip returns for solo show at Communitea

Philip returns for solo show at Communitea

Recurring favourite Shane Philip – known for his one-man-band style of foot-pedal drums, guitar, harmonica and multiple didgeridoos – returns to Communitea this Friday (Sept. 14).
Hansen to share adventures

Hansen to share adventures

On the first day of a two-week stay at Mount Fairweather in the Saint Elias Mountains last May, Nancy Hansen and climbing partners Marco Delesalle and Christina Brodribb watched gape-mouthed as a massive avalanche roared down the mountainside right t
Mixed Tape celebrates local music

Mixed Tape celebrates local music

Giving their final performance on Saturday (Sept. 8) at the Canmore Legion, local favourites The Shoulder Season are no more.
Filmmaker screening at The Club

Filmmaker screening at The Club

Fans of short films have the opportunity to take in a pair of advance screenings and get the jump on viewers in both New York and Vancouver on Friday (Sept. 14) at The Banff Centre.
Launch set for Banff Rock guidebook

Launch set for Banff Rock guidebook

If you ask long-time Rockies climber Chris Perry what he likes about writing guidebooks, he’s quick to reply.
Abstract painter guided by sense of joy, bold colours

Abstract painter guided by sense of joy, bold colours

Bright, bold colours, broad strokes, thick, rippling texture and a passion for the natural world all mark work by Canmore abstract painter Patricia Langevin.
Fall at The Banff Centre

Fall at The Banff Centre

With September having arrived in the Bow Valley with a bit of a nip in the air and some leaves yellowing on the trees, clearly summer’s over.
Southwest desert plays host to Legault's newest mystery

Southwest desert plays host to Legault's newest mystery

In the desert of the American southwest, millennium-old dust forms a film of microscopically small ball bearing-like particles across the entire moon-like landscape.
Wildflour to serve up jazz

Wildflour to serve up jazz

As with many singers and musicians, Belle Plaine has moved around some. She’s been there, done that, started over, held down a few different jobs, visited or lived in a number of cities.
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