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Leonard Cohen rep says estate specifically declined use of 'Hallelujah' at RNC

Leonard Cohen rep says estate specifically declined use of 'Hallelujah' at RNC

"We are exploring our legal options."
Bring on the Bard

Bring on the Bard

Roving performers bring a touch of Shakespeare to various Edmonton locations this summer, following cancellation of the popular Hawrelak Park Freewill Shakespeare Festival due to COVID-19.
Kaleido Festival rolls along residential streets

Kaleido Festival rolls along residential streets

On a balcony above a grocery store, in the trees, on sidewalks or on a flatbed truck: Kaleido Fest comes to Alberta Ave. for a late-summer celebration.
The Mayfield steps boldly into the theatrical unknown

The Mayfield steps boldly into the theatrical unknown

Popular local dinner theatre adapts with seating and dining changes, plus an altered show line-up.
The loneliness of the long-distance playwright

The loneliness of the long-distance playwright

Have a one-on-one consultation with Workshop West’s new resident dramaturg
Don't count out Edmonton's Fringe Fest

Don't count out Edmonton's Fringe Fest

This year, Fringe from the comfort of your couch.
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Shirley Ann Grau dies at 91

Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Shirley Ann Grau dies at 91

Writer won the 1965 Pulitzer Prize for her fourth book, The Keepers of the House
The Fringe that Never Was Keeps Festival Spirit Alive with Fundraiser to Raise $1 Million

The Fringe that Never Was Keeps Festival Spirit Alive with Fundraiser to Raise $1 Million

Telethon to help ensure Fringe Festival lives on
Neil Young sues Trump campaign, deriding use of famous tunes

Neil Young sues Trump campaign, deriding use of famous tunes

Review: A sweet tearjerker in WWII film ‘Summerland’

Review: A sweet tearjerker in WWII film ‘Summerland’

Film captures three eras in a small seaside town with breathtaking beauty