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Thiefs hope to steal music scene

Thiefs hope to steal music scene

While this valley plays host to all manner of musical tastes and genres, from rock and punk to country and Celtic, to folk and ska, a Winnipeg band feels it’s time to introduce a rock ‘n’ soul revolution.
DITC brings the funk

DITC brings the funk

Sometimes, in moving forward, you need to look back. That’s the case with Edmonton funk ‘n’ roll band Dawn In The City.
Klassen looks forward to Communitea Kindness

Klassen looks forward to Communitea Kindness

Jordan Klassen has high expectations for Canmore. “There are venues you really want to play and Communitea is one of those places,” said the singer-songwriter in an interview last week.
Presentation to showcase Coast Mountains

Presentation to showcase Coast Mountains

Vancouver mountaineer John Baldwin has been skiing in the Coast Mountains for more than 40 years.
En Vino Novellus a tasting of writers, books and wine

En Vino Novellus a tasting of writers, books and wine

Three women, three men. Three reds, three whites. Three fiction, three non-fiction.
Electric Six calls on whole town to come to show

Electric Six calls on whole town to come to show

Rock band Electric Six is coming to town, and hopes everyone comes out to see them.
Young talent graces Live on 7th

Young talent graces Live on 7th

The annual Canada’s Rising Stars performance returns to the Live on 7th series, as Susanne Ruberg-Gordon presents two young stars March 17 – Jan Lisiecki and Isabella Perron. Ruberg-Gordon had much praise for both musicians in an interview last week.
LGMS play tackles history of War of 1812

LGMS play tackles history of War of 1812

Even though the War of 1812 may not have had a direct effect on the Bow Valley, two centuries later, Canmore is set to host one of the few plays about the war to be produced in Canada during the bicentennial celebrations.
Canmore photographer wins 2012 Exposure showcase

Canmore photographer wins 2012 Exposure showcase

The curl of a horn on a bighorn ram, a bull moose marching head down through a marsh in late fall, a cow moose surrounded by fog, a black-and-white portrait of a grizzly bear and the intense gaze of a black wolf have clinched Canmore photographer Bra
Raise a glass to the The Real McKenzies

Raise a glass to the The Real McKenzies

It’s not just any band that can claim influences as diverse as Scotland’s favourite son, Robbie Burns and English punkers the Sex Pistols. But then, The Real McKenzies can’t be described as just any band.
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