“Volunteering is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.” – Anonymous
With three full-length albums under her belt and a trail leading from Ukraine to South America, roots-reggae artist Auresia has gathered a significant global following. Perhaps it helps that she’s a polyglot?
Kelly Osbourne is open to having a relationship with a woman, insisting falling in love has nothing to do with gender.
Ballet Camrose was the big winner at the Camrose Music Festival this past week as the group took home two of the three big awards, including the coveted Rose Bowl for their “Love Oneself” performance.
Outreach is a service or program delivered by the library to the community in a non-library setting. During the process of reaching out, we meet people who may not otherwise visit the library or access its services.
Florian “Flo” Feral believes he started out in music much the same way everyone else does: it was just in his blood.
Newly-married former Glee star Dianna Agron has reportedly become the most recent victim of an ongoing online celebrity nude photo hack.
Veteran soap star Peter Hansen has died at the age of 95.
Every day at the library, I hear a patron say “oops” or “sorry- I don’t know what I’m doing”. Young and old, everyone wants to do their best- whether it’s building a popsicle stick bridge or using Google for the first time. While this is a natural response, wouldn’t it be wonderful if instead we reacted with, “cool, how did that happen?” or “intere
The Bailey Theatre is teaming up with four local organizations to bring the world’s largest national film festival to Camrose.
The Irrelevant Show has carved out a loyal following on CBC Radio for their irreverent sketch comedy over the course of eight years.
Infinite Imagination, founded by Mike Hicks and Trevor McTavish now introduce their first in a series of several theatrical productions of the recently established In House Theatre Group of the Bailey Theatre.
For a city of under 20,000, Camrose punches above its weight when it comes to producing top entertainers.
Dreamers, cynics, lion-hearts and cowards: there’s some in every crowd. Yet rarely do they cross each other quite like they do in the University of Alberta-Augustana Campus’ production of I Shot a Duck.
From March 17 to 30 CBC is hosting the 15th annual Canada Reads program and answering the question: “What is the one book Canadians need now?” The five books being debated this year are:
Tim Neufeld now gives little evidence of his previous musical path on stage.
Well, this is awkward.
Ukrainian dancing enthusiasts hope this weekend becomes tradition.
The University of Alberta-Augustana drama department is set to present two original plays starting tonight — I shot a Duck and A Human Write.