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Swashbucklin' satire on deck in Penzance

When Edmonton Opera hosted a kids’ competition for a walk-on role in Pirates of Penzance , Karina Cox, 14, was sure she’d bottom-out. Instead, the St. Albert singer, last seen in St.

Spine a commentary on technology

For some, it’s a dream. For others, a nightmare. But whichever side of the fence you’re on, Spine leaves you feeling disoriented, much like Alice tumbling down a cyber rabbit hole.

City chimes in on culture with minister

Alberta’s Culture and Community Spirit Minister wrapped up a province-wide dialogue tour on Wednesday sharing some bad news but stating he felt positive about the roundtable discussions with stakeholders from the arts and non-profit sector.

Musicians team up at Concordia

It might be winter, but the halls of Concordia College are filled with the sweet sounds of music as the Concordia Symphony puts the finishing touches on its winter concert Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Robert Tegler Centre.

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Black Swan (14A) A psychological thriller set in the world of New York City ballet, Nina (Natalie Portman) is a featured dancer who finds herself locked in a web of competitive intrigue with a new rival at the company (Mila Kunis).

Paul Kane grad to grace red carpet

When the British Academy of Film and Television Arts hands out the hardware during its annual awards presentation at the end of this month, one man with St. Albert roots is going to be in the audience with fingers firmly crossed.

Stop bullying? It's a SNAP!

Derian Arcand seems to be a typical nine-year-old boy: fast, strong, a little hyper and shy around his elders. But he also has a problem.

Their colours go well together

Two local artists have combined their talents and shared love of colour to create an eye-catching exhibit. Starting on Saturday, Heather Howard and Miles Constable's show Colours will be on display at Studio Gallery's Perron Street location.

MacEwan conference predicts the future

As you skim through this, do you give any thought to how social media sites like Twitter and Facebook are changing the way we read? Probably not.

A real virtual world

When playwrights are interviewed, they usually enjoy chatting about character development and plot points. Not Kevin Kerr.