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May 29, 2013
  40 years of Alberta Theatre ProjectsPDF files may take a moment to load

Alberta Theatre Projects recently celebrated its 40th year on May 28, with an evening of staged readings and festivities at their home in the Martha Cohen Theatre in the Epcor Centre for the Performing Arts — a theatre that was designed for ATP when the Centre for the Performing Arts was constructed in 1985. The Martha Cohen Theatre is a big move from where the company began 40 years ago at the Canmore Opera House in Heritage Park, the log cabin that seated an audience of 198 people.

May 29, 2013
  Cycling in Calgary offers challenges and rewardsPDF files may take a moment to load

The most convenient way of getting around Calgary is undoubtedly by car. As the city has expanded outwards, the need to own a vehicle as an efficient and reliable mode of transportation has increased. But lost in the commute up and down Crowchild or Deerfoot Trail is a way of seeing and getting around Calgary that is often ignored by motorists.

May 29, 2013
  Peewee is not the prosPDF files may take a moment to load

There is no pastime that unites this vast and diverse country under one national identity quite like hockey does. 
Canadians see hockey as a way of taking the curse of six cruel months of winter and turning it into a blessing. The rugged and resilient nature of the Canadian spirit is reflected in the signature physicality of our game.


May 29, 2013
  U of C observatory hosts open housePDF files may take a moment to load

On May 25, the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory hosted its fourth open house of the year. The RAO is owned and operated by the University of Calgary’s department of physics and astronomy. It offers educational programming together with outreach events geared towards those interested in astronomy. The observatory is located south west of Calgary, just outside the town of Priddis. 

“Initially the observatory was strictly for teaching and research,” said RAO director Phil Langill.

May 29, 2013
  Spun: Belle StarPDF files may take a moment to load

While listening to country radio last weekend I was generally disenchanted with the new, repetitive music I was hearing. However, one song, “New Girl Now,” kept coming on and I began to enjoy it more and more every time I heard it. The DJ said it was by Belle Starr, whom I had never heard of. I looked them up on YouTube and found a number of songs with strong, haunting fiddles, and moving, three-part harmonies. They have a folksy, root vibe to them, while still being modern.


May 29, 2013
  Acting a play of onePDF files may take a moment to load

Urban Curvz Theatre is bringing Quebec playwright Jennifer Tremblay’s award winning play The List to Calgary from May 30 to June 8 at the Epcor Centre’s Motel.

The List is the story of a woman who writes lists to desperately attempt to control and order her daily life after a tragic event.

Tremblay received the Governor General’s Literary Award for French Drama in 2008 for La Liste and Shelley Tepperman’s translation was nominated for a Governor General’s Literary Award for Translation in 2012.

May 29, 2013
  Film Review: Now You See MePDF files may take a moment to load

Now You See Me is a film that plays out with a disdain for its audience, always keeping them at arm’s length in hopes that the viewers will never figure out what secrets are hiding beneath its surface.


May 29, 2013
  Artist crowdfunds new albumPDF files may take a moment to load

Canadian singer-songwriter Matt Epp’s latest album, his second with The Amorian Assembly, exists because fans want it to exist.

Their album, Learning To Lose Control, is the result of a crowd-funding campaign in spring 2012 through the website Kapipal — a money collection site similar to the more well known Indiegogo and Kickstarter — where fans could pre-purchase their album and various levels of bonus material for larger donations.

May 29, 2013
  Exploring Alberta’s highways by bikePDF files may take a moment to load

Road cycling is becoming a more popular sport. While some motorists may curse at the cyclists they see pedaling down a highway on the narrow shoulder, the cyclists who are out there know the benefits and enjoyment that they experience while riding on the highway. 

Road cycling has grown in popularity in recent years because it is an enjoyable, yet minimal impact activity. 

May 29, 2013
  New engineering competitionPDF files may take a moment to load

The first ever Canadian-hosted international engineering competition will take place at the University of Calgary from Sept. 11-15.

The Shell International Engineering Competition will bring the brightest minds from top engineering schools around the world to showcase unique solutions to environmental issues and find new energy delivery strategies.

The competition was founded by the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students, Shell Canada and Beakerhead. 


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