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Bands battle for big prize

There are 72 bands across Alberta pumping their fists in the air as they gear up for Alberta's Last Band Standing, a full-throttle battle of the bands that ends with the winner scooping up a $50,000 prize package.

Walterdale show tinged with hope

The Walterdale Playhouse's newest production is anything but a rural idyll. At its heart it’s a love story full of sacrifice and tremendous personal pain.

Local Spotlight

Catalyst Theatre’s brings a gothic tour de force to Edmonton audiences, playing until April 18 at the Timms Centre for the Arts. Director Jonathan Christenson, a former St.

Carvers ice up St. Albert

It's a typical Wednesday night in December on Perron Street. The chill air nips at your fingertips as the traffic grumbles by, apparently oblivious to the guy by the community hall with the chainsaw.

Look closer at new Art Beat show opening today

Many in this community already have a reverence for the artistry of the quilt but for those who think of the crafted pieces as mere blankets, the new exhibit at Art Beat should change your perspective.

Greewood Singers step back in time

The beautifully blended voices of the Greenwood Singers retrace their musical history this coming Friday at All Saints Anglican Cathedral.

Arts nominations open

If you can judge a community’s pride by the number of artists’ works displayed in public places, then St. Albert has it in spades.

Movie Clips

Check out what's playing nearby. Alice in Wonderland (PG) Alice in Wonderland is as visually brilliant as you'd expect from director Tim Burton. Like Batman , Edward Scissorhands and Sleepy Hollow , its look is distinctive and delightfully weird.

Clash demi-epic has more sandals than swords

One of the greatest movies ever was utterly destroyed over the weekend.

Local Spotlight

Last year when Alberta Ballet collaborated with Edmonton Opera, it was a resounding hit with audiences and critics alike.