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What's old in TV land is new again

What's old in TV land is new again

Your list of new and returning shows for the rest of February
Beverly Heights Variety Show celebrates 50 naughty years

Beverly Heights Variety Show celebrates 50 naughty years

Racy but not dirty, beloved show is not for the kiddies.
Indigenous-inspired Macbeth returns to Chinook Festival

Indigenous-inspired Macbeth returns to Chinook Festival

Allyson Pratt, a member of Alexander Cree Nation, leads as the Indigenous Lady Macbeth
1984 is a clarion call of a sinister future

1984 is a clarion call of a sinister future

Walterdale director Monica Roberts sees current parallels to Orwell's dystopian vision
Sharing Canadian heritage through music in Innisfail

Sharing Canadian heritage through music in Innisfail

Songwriter Michael Mitchell performs in United Church's concert series
Nova Scotia's Hillsburn ready to rock Bragg Creek

Nova Scotia's Hillsburn ready to rock Bragg Creek

Alberta writers go outside provincial boundaries

Alberta writers go outside provincial boundaries

Books written or published in Alberta used to be solely concerned with the province. Now they can be about all sorts of places, often in Asia.
Alberta writers goes outside provincial boundaries

Alberta writers goes outside provincial boundaries

Books written or published in Alberta used to be solely concerned with the province. Now they can be about all sorts of places, often in Asia.

'Edmonton lit' has its day in the sun

Calgary has been the setting of many recent fiction titles: Left, by Theanna Bischoff; The Figgs , by Ali Bryan; Garry Ryan’s Inspector Lane series.
Back in the day of the small TV universe

Back in the day of the small TV universe

Welcome to Back in the Day, a monthly look back at everyday life in the not-too distant past, from the perspective of one aging Baby Boomer.