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Unconventional road to Hollywood: Star of famously bad movie grateful for unique career

Greg Sestero’s journey to Hollywood’s inner circle has been strange, but the star of one of cinema’s most infamously awful films, The Room, has embraced his unique path and had some surreal dreams come true. 628 more words

Saskatoon

FRANK ZAPPA / MOTHERS - " The Roxy Performances "

43 years ago in December 1973, Frank Zappa played a series of legendary concerts at the famed Roxy Theatre on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood… 882 more words

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10 things to do in Edmonton this week: Shatter, Jay-Z, and The Good Lovelies

Undaunted

Emily Carr might be the best known name associated with the current exhibition of Undaunted: Canadian Women Painters of the 19th Century that just started over at the Art Gallery of Alberta, but there are plenty of slightly lesser-known artists well worth checking out. 1,285 more words

Local Arts

Talk that talk: Karpinka Brothers keep pushing positivity with new album

Years ago, Aaron Karpinka waited for a call to pick up a date for a Timber Timbre concert. She never rang. He fell asleep waiting and woke up at 1 a.m., hours after the concert had ended. 846 more words

Saskatoon

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

Saskatoon

5 Things for Sept. 8-10

There is no shortage of things to do this weekend in and around Saskatoon. Of course, the Canadian Country Music Awards are front and centre, but there are still other events going on where you won’t need a cowboy hat. 239 more words

Local News

Obsessed: NVDES

I’ve been a huge fan of NVDES for almost a year and am super excited that today the Los Angeles-based creative collective returns with new single “ 173 more words

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