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Terry Jones: Edmonton triathlon building to be the best ever

It’s a bit of a reboot in a lot of ways. But mostly it’s a rebuild toward something bigger and better than ever before.

The indefatigable Sheila O’Kelly and her celebrated long-time team of organizers aren’t just holding another Edmonton stop on the ITU Triathlon World Series this weekend. 746 more words

Local Sports

The women run the show: The Merry Wives of Windsor are having a blast in the park

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

Dance party! You will never get a more spirited welcome into a play than you do at the start of the Tudor screwball currently hustling across the stage in the Freewill Shakespeare Festival’s summer season in the park. 894 more words

Edmonton Theatre

A world of casual bigotry darkens: Freewill Shakespeare Festival revisits The Merchant of Venice. A review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

Vivacious women, high-spirited men, spontaneous dancing, drinks and keep ‘em coming…. Venetian cafe society is in a festive mood at the start of the absorbing production currently bringing one of Shakespeare’s most troubling plays outdoors into an Edmonton summer dusk. 1,027 more words

Edmonton Theatre

In Photos: Pets in the Park celebrates 25th anniversary at Hawrelak Park

It’s a summer favourite for pet owners in Edmonton, and this year, Pets in the Park marks its 25th anniversary.

Hundreds of pet owners and their four-legged friends took part in activities at Hawrelak Park including a walk and run that raised money for the Edmonton Humane Society. 248 more words


Sass Jordan, Tom Cochrane, Trooper set to rock August festival

To paraphrase the indefatigable AC/DC — let there be light! Let there be drums! Let there be guitar! Let there be rock!

And rock there shall be in our fair hamlet, Aug. 225 more words


Only a few evenings left to check out Edmonton's ice castle

Editor’s note: This story originally stated the ice castle would be closed indefinitely. However, on Monday afternoon Ice Castles announced it would reopen the attraction Thursday evening.  286 more words