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  • Calgary's Selci mixes savvy production skills with soulful vocals on debut EP August 23, 2019
    It was during a long and cold isolating Winnipeg winter that Samantha Selci bunkered down to immerse herself in the rarified world of music production, audio editing, mixing, synthesis and sound design. It didn’t come from nowhere. The previous year, the musician had graduated from the University of Manitoba’s music program, where she had studied […]
  • In Plain Sight: Katie Green's East Village art installation, Bridge, unmasks personal stories from an evolving community August 23, 2019
    Creepy. It’s the buzzword Calgary artist Katie Green has heard the most from people describing Bridge, her bold and colourful public art installation made up of giant portraits of East Village residents hidden behind papier-mâché masks. These 13 characters adorn 16 surfaces along the RiverWalk in East Village, staring out from bridge abutments, sheds and […] […]
  • Opinion: Ottawa's dairy farmer cheques do nothing to find a solution August 23, 2019
    What a remarkable coincidence that the federal minister of agriculture announced a $1.75-billion payout to dairy producers just before a federal election in the province that has the most small-scale dairy farmers. It will help Liberal party fortunes not only in Quebec but in Ontario and the Maritimes. You can guarantee that those cheques will […]
  • The 'most flexible human on earth' feels no pain during his performance in Luzia August 23, 2019
    Russian contortionist Aleksei Goloborodko’s jaw-dropping performance in Cirque du Soleil’s Luzia almost defies description and certainly challenges credibility. In a highly balletic routine, he twists, bends, shapes and reshapes his limbs and torso as if there isn’t a bone in his body, which is ironic because Goloborodko insists “what I do has absolutely not […]
  • Making Treaty 7 celebrates Indigenous queer culture at Calgary Pride August 23, 2019
    Making Treaty 7 promises to be loud and proud with its Pride celebrations. Marking Treaty 7’s artistic director Justin Many Fingers has programmed three special events at The Grand to celebrate Indigenous queer culture during Calgary Pride. Many Fingers will host a panel with guests playwright/actor Waawaate Fobister and performance artist Marshall Vielle to […]

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