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A few interesting and meaningful Canadian bands

I was born in Canada and I grew up hundreds and hundreds of miles north of the US border. We may have been a long way north but we still loved to rock and perhaps all the more so because of the 9 months of winter and the 18 hour nights during those winters. 1,111 more words


Review: Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016)

This may well be the cleverest and most subversive film Warner Bros Animation have ever made, and it’s an animated followup to 1960s BATMAN TV show. 635 more words


George Takei illuminates Jasper Dark Sky Festival

Of the many souls aboard the original-series USS Enterprise, it’s gratifying that Mr. Sulu has such a gleaming presence on contemporary Earth via his actor, George Takei. 1,493 more words

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Welcome To Shatner's World: A Look Back At The 19th Annual Nite Of Lite Laughter

by Bill Sencio

William Shatner took command of The Bushnell as the star of the 19th Annual Nite of Lite Laughter on Saturday night, sharing stories of his personal and professional life, some music, and lots of laughs. 596 more words


50 Years of Star Trek on DVD & Digital HD November 1

Celebrate five decades of magic with rare footage and behind the scenes interviews when 50 Years of Star Trek, arrives on DVD (plus Digital) and Digital HD November 1 from Lionsgate. 201 more words


So awesomely bad, it's truly awful.

It’s very important to introduce children to classical music. That way they get a better appreciation for music, its complexity, and its history.

However, for a well-rounded education, you have to introduce the bad along with the good. 160 more words

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Bob Dylan - the Nobel of Rhymney

Bob Dylan gets a Nobel. For literature, just in case you were thinking it’s for economics or anything.


I’m in the rather large camp which believes St Zimmy’s songs were best done by other people. 327 more words