End of the Earth, by Chad Huculak

End of the Earth, by Chad Huculak

End of the Earth, by Chad Huculak

End of the Earth, by Chad Huculak

St. Nicks skydive for the Edmonton Food Bank

If you think the site of multiple St. Nicholas’ jumping out of an airplane in the middle of June is weird … well, you might be right about that. But organizers of the 2012 Edition of the Edmonton Singing Christmas tree might counter that it’s weird in a society as wealthy as ours, 15,000 people […]

Summer Solstice offers world-class chamber music lineup

Three of the continent’s finest classical musicians will grace the lineup of the Edmonton Chamber Music Society’s 2012 Summer Solstice Festival, running Friday through Sunday at Convocation Hall in the Arts Building of the U of A. Joining the three-day event will be Edmonton-born violinist Jessica Linnebach, currently associate concertmaster of the National Arts Centre […]

Kevin Hart brings soaring standup career to Edmonton

He didn’t get nominated for standup of the year at the Comedy Awards — much to the chagrin of Chris Rock — but Kevin Hart gets the last laugh: a Canadian extension to his hit tour, including a stop in Edmonton July 26. The standup, whose Comedy Central concert videos on Netflix have helped vault […]

Follow Gig City more easily

Ah technology. Where would we be without it? Sitting in a cave, trying to start a fire with two pieces of stone, that’s where. And that wouldn’t be any fun, would it? But now thanks to the wonder of instant updating, you’ll never be stuck home alone in your cave again. Gig City has added […]

Edmonton visual artists debut shows at Latitude 53, AGA

It’s hard not to be amazed – or sometimes amused — by the manner in which visual artists try to convey their intent. After all, many of them are typical introverted artsy types at heart, as Ursula K. Le Guin once accurately noted, and not prone to self –promotion. So sometimes the descriptions are as […]

TONIGHT: Edmonton country star Adam Gregory to sing at his old high school

Adam Gregory is going to back to school. It seems that in his rush to become a big-time country music star, he missed three credits, so he has to go back and complete a math course before he can get his high school diploma, which he needs to move to Nashville. Had you going there, […]

Ruben Studdard the star on city’s Singing Christmas Tree

OK, before you American Idol fans go all loony on us, we should note that while Ruben Studdard is definitely in Edmonton for the opening of the three-day Singing Christmas Tree show at the Jubilee Auditorium this Friday, he is not putting on a concert. Expect a couple of tunes at best, and some meet […]

Stephen Colbert wades into Keystone XL debate

Hey, who cares what that Obama guy thinks: America’s political right now has Stephen Colbert on the Keystone XL Pipeline case. Colbert waded into the debate over the line, which would ship Bitumen from Alberta’s oil sands more than 2,500 kilometres to be processed and sold in the U.S. President Barack Obama delayed approval of […]

PREVIEW: Bring on the urban cowboys

A friend of mine figures real country music is … well, if not dead, then certainly about as lively as the economics of family farming: you sure can enjoy it, but you sure can’t live off of it. He’s talking country from the old school as Canadian Finals Rodeo week kicks off in Edmonton: Johnny […]

Shatner’s Tweets: The Magical Mystery Tour

If you live in Regina, I want to see you tonight at the Conexus Arts Centre. Even if you don’t, I want to see you. My Best Bill (22 hours ago ) Tune in to @MovieCentral TONIGHT at 9pm MT/8 PT for the premiere of #TheCaptains! WIN 1 of 6 autographed prizes: http://t.co/y7DmOCRq MBB (20 […]

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