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Concert honours respected choir instructor

David Garber is a pillar of the Edmonton-area entertainment scene, a musical gardener of sorts who has devoted his life to nurturing the ambitions of young singers and musicians. As the former St.

Vega pursues life's themes

In the treacherous rollercoaster ride called the music industry it's tough to stay on the wagon without tipping a few times.

Trout Fishing leaves America

This year Trout Fishing in America celebrates 30 years of writing, recording and performing children’s acoustic music — possibly one of the longest surviving partnerships in North America.

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Avatar (PG) It’s 2154 and humanity’s technologically advanced military industrial complex is poised to plunder the mineral riches of a planet called Pandora. The only thing in their way is the dominant life form called the Na’vi.

Concert honours repected choir instructor

David Garber is a pillar of the Edmonton-area entertainment scene, a musical gardener of sorts who has devoted his life to nurturing the ambitions of young singers and musicians. As the former St.

Former students return for gala

After 25 years in the business, Edmonton Festival Ballet has developed a network of friendly contacts across North America that adds lustre to the amateur dance company.

The way to a man's heart (and the bedroom) is through the kitchen

This is the time of year, just after love itself gets a holiday that makes many hearts flutter from passion, others just get tingly nerves because they don’t quite know how to re-ignite that fire.

Short and sweet

Edmonton is Alberta’s theatrical mecca, a thriving hotbed of live spectacles.

Choir tunes up for busy season

The 120-odd choral and band students from Sturgeon Composite High School never do anything in half measures. In March they are booked for a choral festival and the Alberta International Band Festival.

Local Spotlight

Canadian playwright Michael Healey does it again with Courageous , a play with two parallel stories running at the Citadel Theatre until Sunday, March 14.