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Don't underestimate the matron in the apron

Don't underestimate the matron in the apron

Heart of a Runaway Girl is a great story that takes you right to its mountain town setting in the 1980s. It also makes you beg for a sequel.
Solving the case

Solving the case

In which the Gazette's film critic picks apart the little things of The Little Things.
The friend you wish you had

The friend you wish you had

It's a tearjerker for sure, so do bring your tissues if you've got plans to put Our Friend on demand.
Grizzled and gruff, with a few guffaws

Grizzled and gruff, with a few guffaws

In Plainview is everything you want in a grizzled crime potboiler and more.
Students explore art themes in Re/LAUNCH/ing, vol. 5

Students explore art themes in Re/LAUNCH/ing, vol. 5

Each month, StAlbertTODAY.ca will be displaying an online gallery of art created by high school students. These are January's submissions.
Enter Nisha, your new writer in residence

Enter Nisha, your new writer in residence

Edmonton's current poet laureate has a new gig to cap off all of her other current projects. She will be virtually accessible for the calendar year as the metropolitan area's regional writer in residence.
Going to the movies in 2021?

Going to the movies in 2021?

That's the big question, with the answer only being possible when the theatres open back up again. Still, there are a good number that are slated for release that are worthy of mention.
Dark screens: the movies of 2020 in hindsight

Dark screens: the movies of 2020 in hindsight

The Gazette's movie critic looks back the movies released in 2020
Save us, Wonder Woman!

Save us, Wonder Woman!

Yup, it's the movie that all families should watch this holiday season, even if you can't get to Landmark Cinemas for it.
But did the bison look both ways first?

But did the bison look both ways first?

The sign is everything with local photog's great shot of a majestic prairie beast