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Cultural Icons: Kurt Cobain

As ‘Nevermind’ celebrates its 26th anniversary since its release in September 1991, it is important to recognise what this sophomore record created in it’s wake. Culturally, it decimated the stereotypes and youthful segregation between underground and ‘normal’, and pronounced the end to the baby-boomer era. 528 more words

Chinese Cultural Centre

It is now the year of the rooster the last year of the Calendar.

In the heart of Chinatown Calgary there is a staple that draws many to it, The Cultural Centre. 85 more words

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Artists And Their Passionate Confusions

As a lifelong fan of Leonard Cohen I have been watching the tributes pouring in since his passing a couple of weeks ago. As one who signed on in the sixties as a teenager thrilled with his sombre delivery and poetic language, feeling, as did the celebrated British DJ John Peel, upon playing… 1,243 more words

actress Michèle Morgan

The actress Michèle Morgan, a star of French cinema, died on December 20th 2016, at the age of 96.

According to France Culture Michèle Morgan «  658 more words

Reviews And Recommendations

Theatre Junction Grand

This is the oldest theatre in Calgary it was built in 1912. The Theatre is thought to be one of Calgary’s “first major cultural gift.” 150 more words

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What would Miss Manners say about this?

In S1E18, Lorelai is teasing Emily for giving her a present that had initially been a gift from Richard’s mother to Emily. Lorelai says, “What would Miss Manners say about this?” Emily replies, “If she met your grandmother, she’d understand.” 42 more words

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Nietzsche? Dawson.

In S1E18, Madeline and Louise are contemplating spying on Tristan and Paris as they talk about some unknown subject in the hall. Rory is against it, but Louise says, “Those who simply wait for information to find them spend a lot of time sitting by the phone. 150 more words

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