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Pandemic production: Chloe Albert releases third album

Pandemic production: Chloe Albert releases third album

While busy raising three young sons, Chloe Albert still finds time to feed her creative spirit.
Update: Antique dealer pays it forward, donating from windfall to music scholarship

Update: Antique dealer pays it forward, donating from windfall to music scholarship

Donating to a music scholarship in Bette-Joan Rac's name, collector Alex Archbold honours Edmonton piano teacher's legacy while fulfilling his own dreams
Canmore's Cecilia Eckbäck publishes third mystery novel

Canmore's Cecilia Eckbäck publishes third mystery novel

Cecilia Eckbäck's latest novel, The Historians published by Harper Collins Canada, explores the relationship between a group of friends living in Sweden in 1943 after one of them dies in mysterious circumstances.
Sculptors take icy creations beyond Old Strathcona

Sculptors take icy creations beyond Old Strathcona

Annual Old Strathcona ice festival partners with the downtown to encourage walking tours and visits to area restaurants.
Banff's Kasey Nolan releases sophomore album

Banff's Kasey Nolan releases sophomore album

“The themes on this album involve emotion, darkness, depression, journeys, revelations, hopefulness, isolation, embrace, and escape,” said Banff musician Kasey Nolan. “There’s one song to reflect each of those things, while they are all also encompassed in the entire album ... I wrote it with the intention of it being one progressive piece.”
Review: Journalist’s first collection of fiction excels

Review: Journalist’s first collection of fiction excels

“Land of Big Numbers,” by Te-Ping Chen (Mariner Books) A Chinese tech company recently made headlines for its use of “smart” cushions in office chairs to monitor its employees’ workplace performance.
Review: New story collection by Danish writer Dorthe Nors

Review: New story collection by Danish writer Dorthe Nors

“Wild Swims,” by Dorthe Nors (Graywolf Press) “Hygge” is the Danish word for a sense of coziness and comfort that is supposedly characteristic of that Scandinavian country.
Radical reinvention for Alberta Ave's Deep Freeze festival

Radical reinvention for Alberta Ave's Deep Freeze festival

Bundle up and enjoy the outdoor entertainment, lights and ice sculptures for this year's Deep Freeze fete, in and around Alberta Ave.
Review: 'We Could Be Heroes' is the story of deep friendship

Review: 'We Could Be Heroes' is the story of deep friendship

“We Could Be Heroes,” by Mike Chen (Mira) In Mike Chen’s “We Could Be Heroes,” Jamie and Zoe each wake up alone in an unfamiliar apartment. Neither has any memory of who they are or how they got there.
"It was nail-biting but we did it": Canadian shows didn't let COVID derail production

"It was nail-biting but we did it": Canadian shows didn't let COVID derail production

TORONTO — The pandemic has its prints all over Canada's winter TV season.