Movies and live music are now among the reasons downtown Camrose is the place to be on Thursday nights.
Ballet Camrose’s Jocelyn Olsen and Jessika Daniels danced their way to the U.S. this competition season.
Cotton creations of every colour decorated the Creative Reflections Quilt Show.
Zachary Stolee was three-quarters of the way through the Harry Potter series when he arrived, sporting Gryffindor attire, for the quidditch tournament.
Mother nature made her own contribution to this year’s Arts and Recreation at the Park.
Nick Beach is watching as people respond to his request for trust.
Watching Keysha Swanson on stage, one would not guess that she is an introvert.
Twenty youths’ voices harmonizing Michael Jackson’s “Heal the World” on a Saturday night in Camrose sent a message to the world that music is a gift worth sharing.
The multi-talented Melisizwe Brothers brothers have gone from YouTube to the Ellen Degeneres Show and New York City and are set to perform in Camrose.
École Camrose Composite High School music instructor Graham Green’s head of green hair announces a successful festival season for Green and his students.
Matt Manning has a dream of turning Camrose into a hot spot for original music.
In the decade they’ve been playing, Jackson, 19, and Samuel, 16, Corry have performed their repertoire of Ontario-style, Celtic and blue-grass fiddle music at shows and contests across B.C, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario. But the Red Deer brothers have a special tie to the local Prairie West Fiddle Contest: they were participants in the dinner t
In a world full of political angst and drama, Canadian comedian Derek Edwards promises a break from reality by taking jabs at our reality.
Every year the shows and calendar get bigger at the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Performing Arts Centre, and they show no signs of slowing down as they get set to launch their fourth full year.
Matthew Good is coming to Camrose.
This year will be Camrose Art Society Director Jane Cherry-Lemire's final year running the annual Camrose Art Walk.
The bastard son of Punch Drunk Cabaret has a new family.
Rose City Roots will end their season with a fresh start.
While recently at the annual meeting of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association in Los Angeles, a topic came up that was part joke and part tragic reality. The fact that many students will say “I didn’t know” when taking an Indigenous studies course. On its face this statement would seem to be a statement that reflects that fact that