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Review: Peter Pan Goes Wrong is oh, so right.

Review: Peter Pan Goes Wrong is oh, so right.

It's comedy taken up a notch at The Citadel Theatre with Peter Pan Goes Wrong--definitely worth leaving the house for.
SkirtsAfire celebrates 10th anniversary

SkirtsAfire celebrates 10th anniversary

Celebrate along with SkirtsAfire for a ten-day festival of live theatre, art installations, music, comedy, workshops and more, March 3-13 in Old Strathcona.
Having a senior moment? Share it with THIRD ACTion Film Fest

Having a senior moment? Share it with THIRD ACTion Film Fest

Campaign aims to change perceptions about growing old through humour, insights and ideas
Review: Mosey on down to the Mayfield

Review: Mosey on down to the Mayfield

Bad boys of country honoured in hit-filled review
Brrr..Ice on Whyte returns to Old Strathcona

Brrr..Ice on Whyte returns to Old Strathcona

Ice carving competitions bring a festive atmosphere to Edmonton's Whyte Ave. this week
Jann Arden: Good things come from bad

Jann Arden: Good things come from bad

Alberta singer/songwriter, actress and author talks about new music, navigating the pandemic and the difficult moments of her mom's Alzheimer's journey
Extreme weather halts Deep Freeze fest, for now

Extreme weather halts Deep Freeze fest, for now

Hold tight: Deep Freeze fest returns later this week, once the weather settles.
Aptly-named Deep Freeze festival hits Edmonton streets this weekend

Aptly-named Deep Freeze festival hits Edmonton streets this weekend

Celebrate Edmonton's first festival of the new year, an outdoor, free celebration of culture, art and winter beauty.
Duchess of Cambridge marks 40th birthday with release of new photos

Duchess of Cambridge marks 40th birthday with release of new photos

The world is reacting to beautiful new photos of Kate Middleton, The Duchess of Cambridge, released to mark her 40th birthday.
Theatre community mourns loss of Randy Mueller

Theatre community mourns loss of Randy Mueller

Composer, accompanist, director and teacher, Edmonton's Randy Mueller leaves a legacy of thankful friends and students.