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Dark Sky Festival draws viewers outside city limits

Dark Sky Festival draws viewers outside city limits

Jasper’s Dark Sky Festival Marks Tenth Year Anniversary attracting amateur astronomers
Instrumental cafe at Festival Place

Instrumental cafe at Festival Place

A month of assorted musical experiences greets patrons (with COVID-19 precautions, of course) at Festival Place this month.
Edmonton Film Fest: Balikbayan: From Victims to Survivors

Edmonton Film Fest: Balikbayan: From Victims to Survivors

Documentary world premiere Wednesday in Edmonton
REVIEW: Mayfield Dinner Theatre steps up to the plate with powerful season opener

REVIEW: Mayfield Dinner Theatre steps up to the plate with powerful season opener

Playing With Fire a bold, uplifting show to help re-launch the Mayfield Dinner Theatre.
James Bond, 'Avengers' star Diana Rigg dies at 82

James Bond, 'Avengers' star Diana Rigg dies at 82

In later life, she had roles in Game of Thrones and “Victoria
Celine Dion's Western Canada tour dates rescheduled

Celine Dion's Western Canada tour dates rescheduled

Two shows in Edmonton on Aug. 20 and 21
Formidable field of marquee authors on Giller long list

Formidable field of marquee authors on Giller long list

Lynn Coady's Nova Scotia-set psychological thriller is in the running for the $100,000 honour
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.