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Review: Day one of Interstellar Rodeo is a laid back sing-along affair

Day 1 of Edmonton’s most relaxed music festival went off without a hitch.

People wandering around the Interstellar Rodeo site at Hawrelak Park with drinks, causing no trouble at all; check. 676 more words

Music

Reuben and the Dark stop at Interstellar Rodeo on western tour

There’s never any downtime when you’re a big-picture person. Even if you should be sitting back and, perhaps, enjoying what the short-term has given you. 658 more words

Music

Marty Stuart brings two new albums to Interstellar Rodeo

How important can one musician be to a band?

That’s the question Marty Stuart had to address when bassist Paul Martin decided in 2014 to focus on his family band, the Martin Family Circus. 683 more words

Music

We got Strumbellas in our heads and they won't go

“I got guns in my head and they won’t go / Spirits in my head and they won’t go.”

So goes the chorus of Spirits, an infectious folk-pop number written by vocalist/guitarist Simon Ward and his band, … 1,508 more words

Music

Edmonton Humane Society holds annual Pets in the Park fundraiser

The Edmonton Humane Society has a longstanding history of helping pets and pet owners and Sunday marked an important annual event for the organization.

The annual Pets in the Park was held at Hawrelak Park Sunday, featuring dozens of activities, including a five kilometre run and two kilometre walk. 110 more words

Money

Love's Labour's not lost in a spirited Freewill evening

In the opening moment of Love’s Labour’s Lost, now kicking up its heels in Hawrelak Park, the King of Navarre and his three courtier buds enter, carrying a psychedelic coffin. 830 more words

Theatre

Paula Simons: Marquee festivals face financial squeeze over Edmonton's miserly ways

The Heritage Festival is arguably Edmonton’s most magnificent signature summer event, a family-friendly multicultural celebration of our city at its very best, which draws some 350,000 Edmontonians and tourists to Hawrelak Park to each year. 798 more words

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