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Sound Check: Shauf debuts Roxy's new lighting, sound setup

Andy Shauf

When: Nov. 17
Where: Roxy Theatre
What: This show combines one of my favourite local landmarks with one my favourite albums from 2016. Saskatchewan’s own Andy Shauf, the artist who created the brilliant (not to mention Polaris Music Prize shortlist nominated) album The Party is playing Saskatoon’s stunning atmospheric theatre, the Roxy. 390 more words


A wild respect: Al Etmanski’s love letter to Alberta

By Dr. Sonya L. Jakubec

In preparation for his upcoming keynote presentation at Mount Royal University’s social inclusion, social innovation and nature connection symposium We.Are.Nature, Order of Canada recipient and social innovation leader, Al Etmanski has penned what can only be described as a love letter to Alberta. 356 more words


Outspoken Corb Lund says he's done talking politics: 'Put it in your song'

NASHVILLE — There’s an old (overused) saying that goes something along the lines of, never talk politics or religion around the dinner table.

It’s not (necessarily) bad advice. 1,289 more words


Edmonton-raised man killed in Fernie remembered for his music: 'We love you son. Until we meet again'

Edmonton-born and raised Jason Podloski, 46, is being remembered for his passion and skill for music and guitar making.

“He built a guitar for Corb Lund, which Corb is still actually using today,” said his father Peter Podloski from his farm near Vilna, Alberta. 599 more words


Let's face it — Willie Nelson is the coolest musician to play 25 years of BVJ

Having been to more than half the Big Valley Jamborees in its 25-year lifespan, here’s something easy to declare: Willie Nelson — playing Friday — is the coolest act they’ve ever booked. 996 more words


10 things to do in Edmonton this week: Cirque du Soleil, K-Days, and Ed Sheeran


Cirque du Soleil are back in Edmonton with their acclaimed show Kurios — Cabinet of Curiosity, the company’s 35th production. Set in the later part of the 19th century, Kurios spotlights several strange and humble creatures in the cabinet, including Nico, Rola Bola, and Contortion. 1,250 more words

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10 things to do in Edmonton this week: The Darcys, Monty Python and the Freewill Festival

The Darcys

Toronto’s The Darcys aren’t your standard alt-rock band. They’ve drawn inspiration from the likes of authors Cormac McCarthy and Jane Austen, from whom they derived their name, and they’ve been known to go down some strange musical pathways, like “reinterpreting” Steely Dan’s Aja album, which they did back in 2012. 1,356 more words

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