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Twenty Questions answers

Twenty Questions answers The Tin Lizzy. The Model T sold more than 15,000,000 cars before it was discontinued.

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ATTRACTIONS AND EVENTS Heritage Park Ghost Tours – Oct. 5, 12 and 19: Wed. evenings from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. – the three dates are weather-dependent as they are outdoor walking tours. Pre-purchase of tickets at 403-268-8500. Wordfest – Oct.
Jazz band tuning up for first live recording

Jazz band tuning up for first live recording

Fans of Calgary's famed Prime Time Big Band know full well the power of hearing a big band in a small venue. Now, thanks to the generosity of one of those fans, the band hopes to capture that excitement on record.
These pickleball players prefer park-like playing

These pickleball players prefer park-like playing

So you've just finished watching impossibly fit, scantily clad, ridiculously young Olympians playing sports you don't care about or have never heard of, and you're thinking that maybe there's a sport out there for you.
White wedding? Not always, exhibit proves

White wedding? Not always, exhibit proves

A Calgary exhibition is illustrating that though customs and trends in weddings have changed over the last 125 years, the importance of the wedding dress to every bride who ever walked down the aisle is as integral to the success of her special day a

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ATTRACTIONS AND EVENTS Calgary Highland Games – Sept. 3: Enjoy a day filled with the sights/sounds of Scotland (piping, dancing, heavy events etc.). Venue: Springbank Park For All Seasons. Tickets on line at www.aspd.
Arts scene kicks into high gear in the fall

Arts scene kicks into high gear in the fall

After wrapping up a warm and sometimes wet summer of outdoor festivals, the indoors beckon with arts of every variety-classical music, dance, theatre and galleries.
At 70, Red Green still keeps his stick on the ice

At 70, Red Green still keeps his stick on the ice

After two seasons, the doors of Red Green's Possum Lodge were set to close forever. The quirky Canadian comedy series about a plaid-clad handyman and his lodge brothers had officially been axed. But that all changed when Steve Smith - a.k.a.
Arts scene kicks into gear for fall season

Arts scene kicks into gear for fall season

The festivals and fairs of summer are behind us, so as the weather turns colder, it's time to venture indoors to the vast array of music concerts, theatrical offerings and exhibits set to entertain us through the 2016/17 season.
Muttart Conservatory took root 40 years ago

Muttart Conservatory took root 40 years ago

Take a glimpse back four decades in time. It is 1976. Edmonton's mayor was Terry Cavanagh. The city's population was just under 462,000.