Musicians from around Central Alberta are coming together to save an important piece of musical history in Camrose.
A positively Artrageous program is in place for the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre’s second annual Cultivating the Arts Gala, to be held Feb. 25.
It is bittersweet to type these words: After 36 years and three months of service, I am now the retired film critic of the Toronto Sun and the former Sun Media chain across Canada.
Lucasfilm has put to rest rumours Disney executives were in talks with Carrie Fisher's estate for the rights to use the actor's digital image in future Star Wars films.
The former child star of horror film The Omen is facing jail on Friday after he admitted punching two cyclists in a road rage incident.
On Jan. 22 visitors to the University of Alberta Augustana Campus will have the chance to sample cuisine from all over the world.
The Ruby and gas station have recently been torn down but the mastermind behind the show about growing up on the Prairies is as popular as ever.
Charlie Sheen wanted to “eat a bullet” and end his life after he was diagnosed with HIV.
Selena Gomez and The Weeknd have sparked rumours they are dating after they were snapped kissing during a dinner date in California.
Film and music lovers rejoice! The Nordlys Film and Arts Festival returns for its eighth year from Feb. 17-19. A fresh lineup of award-winning films, guest filmmakers and musicians will grace the historic Bailey Theatre.
Well now. It has been quite a year, hasn’t it?
Pointed toes and twitching tails carried ten-year-old Harley Shymanski and eleven-year-old Erin Lowe through a familiar winter wonderland in Ballet Victoria’s The Nutcracker at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre Dec. 18.
Funnyman Steve Martin has deleted a tribute tweet to Carrie Fisher after his followers accused him of sexism.
Life was often a struggle for Carrie Fisher, the author and actress who died Tuesday after finally coming to terms with – and revisiting – her Star Wars role of Princess Leia.
IN A WORLD… where movie-trailer production houses make terrible films look good and good films look better… ONE MAN dared to look back on them and pass judgment.
Isaac Newton’s third law of motion states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Yeah, yeah, best of times, worst of times. But like most years onscreen, 2016 was mainly the “meh” of times.
It’s that time again — time to choose the most memorable CDs of the year. Despite my best efforts, I couldn’t hear every album that came out in 2016. But I did listen to more than 1,000. Here are the ones I’ll still be listening to next year:
Ballet Victoria performed “The Nutcracker” ballet with the help of 23 local dancers (including Tatiana Howard in the role of Clara, left) at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre Dec. 15.