This week: What is it that we miss when something we were part of is gone? We cover three stories that tackle this question. The first is the tragic fire that ravaged the Roxy Theatre in Edmonton; Edmontonian Valerie shares her experience of being in her high school choir; and Kyla Tichkowsky gives us enlightening information about her experiences of working in Edmonton’s unique Exposure Queer Arts & Culture Festival.
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Watch above: The first ever Tattoo Arts Film Festival is ready to take off in Saskatoon this weekend. Carly Robinson speaks with organizers who are encouraged by the acceptance and tolerance in the films. 253 more words
WATCH ABOVE: The arts community is reeling after learning a beloved music venue will be shutting its doors. Kendra Slugoski explains.
EDMONTON – The Artery, an arts space and live music venue in downtown Edmonton, must vacate and close by March 31. 547 more words
A Simpsons trivia night, St. Paul's UFO landing pad under the lens and more fun things to see this weekend in Calgary
After taking a couple months off from posting (I’ve still been doing theatre stuff and watching shows, and I hope to share my notes with you and get caught up soon), the first production I am posting about is the one I didn’t get to see, the ticket I didn’t get to use – Human Loser’s production of Morgan Smith’s… 725 more words