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April showers bring horror flicks to movie screens

April showers bring horror flicks to movie screens

A year or so ago moviefone.
April showers bring horror flicks to movie screens

April showers bring horror flicks to movie screens

A year or so ago moviefone.
At 78, Joyce Smith keeps vintage country music alive

At 78, Joyce Smith keeps vintage country music alive

For traditional country singer Joyce Smith, 78, one of those life changing moments came in 1961 in a hockey rink in Killam.
Proud Calgary parents watch son haul in Grammys

Proud Calgary parents watch son haul in Grammys

A Calgary-area musician who’s been making music for close to 50 years, recently returned from Los Angeles where he attended the Grammy award ceremonies and after parties.
Tales from the pre-women's liberation days

Tales from the pre-women's liberation days

Benched, by Nancy Morrison Durvile Publications, 314 pp., $35 (e-book $16.95) Durvile Publications, based in Calgary, has made a specialty of books about Canadian law and the people who interpret and administer that law.
Tales from the pre-women’s liberation days

Tales from the pre-women’s liberation days

Benched, by Nancy Morrison Durvile Publications, 314 pp., $35 (e-book $16.95) Durvile Publications, based in Calgary, has made a specialty of books about Canadian law and the people who interpret and administer that law.
Thrillers will heat up the cold month of March

Thrillers will heat up the cold month of March

Remember those wild Monster Trucks ads, “You Pay for the Whole Seat but You’ll Only Need the Edge!”? They were selling you on the excitement of watching giant trucks careening around an arena, but the sales pitch could just as easily be used for the
Thrillers will heat up the cold month of March

Thrillers will heat up the cold month of March

Remember those wild Monster Trucks ads, “You Pay for the Whole Seat but You’ll Only Need the Edge!”? They were selling you on the excitement of watching giant trucks careening around an arena, but the sales pitch could just as easily be used for the
At 78, Joyce Smith keeps vintage country music alive

At 78, Joyce Smith keeps vintage country music alive

For traditional country singer Joyce Smith, 78, one of those life changing moments came in 1961 in a hockey rink in Killam.
Fans never get tired of the accordion

Fans never get tired of the accordion

As a teenager growing up in Austria, Inge Donnelly’s mother asked her if she’d like to learn to play an instrument. Donnelly didn’t take long to answer – it was the accordion. “It could be sort of my heritage,” says Donnelly.