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Blindness no obstacle in Ellert’s golf game

Blindness no obstacle in Ellert’s golf game

Golfing is a tough game, what with the crooked sticks, the small balls, the uneven terrain and the sandtraps, perhaps also with the occasional bird that interferes with your play. Eldon Ellert seems to ignore all of those obstacles. You could say that he's blind to them.
<b>Review:</b> Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Can You Ever Forgive Me? is the astonishing true life tale of writer Lee Israel, played beautifully by comedienne Melissa McCarthy. It screens on April 29 as part of the Reel Mondays film series.
Indigenous fests of film and performance

Indigenous fests of film and performance

Rubaboo and Dreamspeakers are hitting major milestones this year with two weeks of live performances, film presentations and active engagement with Indigenous culture.

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Cinematographer Opaloch, Paul Kane grad, presents Avengers: Endgame

Cinematographer Opaloch, Paul Kane grad, presents Avengers: Endgame

PK grad Trent Opaloch is riding a wave of emotion this week in advance of next week's release of the big budget blockbuster Marvel superhero flick Avengers: Endgame. He was the cinematographer on the colossal project and without spoiling details, he says it's super-satisfying and in more ways than one.
The film day from sea to shining 'see'

The film day from sea to shining 'see'

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Portfolio: Weekly art listings

'Groan'some Mary movie deserved better, St. Albert film critic says

'Groan'some Mary movie deserved better, St. Albert film critic says

Easter is just around the corner, which means that it’s a good time for a movie that returns many people to stories of the Bible. Mary Magdalene is just that movie for 2019 but it isn’t required viewing. Perhaps director Garth Davis should have taken more time to think about what he wanted to accomplish with the story of the woman regarded as the apostle to the apostles.
Ex-Goalie Corey Hirsch will talk mental health struggles at St. Albert fundraiser in May

Ex-Goalie Corey Hirsch will talk mental health struggles at St. Albert fundraiser in May

Corey Hirsch is currently at the top of his game even though he hasn’t been in front of the net for more than a decade. Being a winning NHL goalie isn’t forefront in his thoughts any more. Now, he’s all about taking care of himself and helping more young people to take care of their mental health.

More event listings for this upcoming weekend

Lecture The Creative Life and Its Challenges With composer Allan Bevan. Composer Allan Bevan will speak about his new work Ancient of Days to be premiered on Monday, April 15, 7:30 p.m. at the Winspear Centre.