After 37 years together, Vancouver rock band 54-40 is still committed to making music and taking it out on the road.
The Norton Metcalfe Trio have been mainstays on the Camrose music scene for the last 15 years but they will go silent in 2018.
Camrose is quickly building a reputation around the province as a hub for the arts, and for good reason.
Paul Brandt is coming back to Big Valley Jamboree.
Certain classical pieces of music have been adapted over time to suit common instruments of today.
Rose City Roots Music Society latest concert promises to be unforgettable.
Most everyone is familiar with the Christmas classic the Nutcracker, but not like this.
Nordlys Film Festival will host its first international film maker at this year’s event.
A taste of home is being brought to Newfoundlanders just in time for Christmas.
The University of Alberta-Augustana Fine Arts Department has a busy schedule lined up for the rest of this academic year.
The University of Alberta-Augustana is bringing more than 100 singers together to ring in the season with Chez Nous Christmas.
Magic is not just about the illusion for Ted Outerbridge.
Murder on the Orient Express flew under a lot of people’s radar. With a cast as talented as it was, there was not a lot of advertising for this one. So when it quietly slipped into the theatre, I went in with no expectations, let alone an idea of what to expect. In the end, I was pleasantly surprised.
Churchmice Players’ most recent attempt at taking on the classic play And Then There Were None had the audience on the edge of their seats all night.
Stunt fiddler Scott Woods will be bringing the sweet sounds of twin fiddles, a step-dancer, family humour, and inspiring stories to Camrose.
The University of Alberta-Augustana fine arts department is hoping people take a more open view to their world with their latest theatrical effort The Best Little Christmas Pageant Ever.
This is That was fake news before President Donald Trump ever mumbled out the phrase.
With Halloween come and gone, I thought I would share with you my favourite Halloween must watches. See how many cross your list, or if I can expand yours.
When Latin music, West African reggae, and folk rock rhythms come together to make one sound we get the John Welsh Band.