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Kill Your Radio making name on local front

Kill Your Radio making name on local front

Like virtually every band out there on the road trying to build a fan base, Kill Your Radio is looking to shed humble beginnings and make a name for themselves.

Wonderland to explore classic tale

Ah, the wonderland of ballet.
Manx brings east/west mix to Eric Harvie

Manx brings east/west mix to Eric Harvie

When you live on B.C.’s balmy coast, it takes a guy with stern stuff indeed to venture into wour Alberta weather.
Camera Morrow's 'ticket to see the world'

Camera Morrow's 'ticket to see the world'

“A lot of us don’t know what we want to do with our lives until adulthood,” said Pat Morrow, addressing nearly 200 people at Banff’s Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies on Feb. 23. “I was lucky.
Puppets take Margaret Greenham stage

Puppets take Margaret Greenham stage

Imagination, bullying, puppets, latchkey kids – put these together and you have Russell’s World, a play about a young boy whose imagination brings everyday objects and toys to life.
Local talent shines at Canmore Idol

Local talent shines at Canmore Idol

In its fifth year running, Canmore Idol began last week with a slate of 29 contestants that showcased amazing local talent.
Banff-born resident shares sense of place

Banff-born resident shares sense of place

For Banff-born artist Wendy Bradley, being invited to exhibit her work at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies closes a circle opened many years ago.
Hometown soprano one of Canada's Rising Stars

Hometown soprano one of Canada's Rising Stars

Canmore’s own Breanna Temple is returning to the stage in her hometown for one of the most popular concerts in the Live on 7th lineup. Canada’s Rising Stars with Susanne Ruberg-Gordon will feature, for the first time, a homegrown talent on its stage.
From simplicity into the sublime

From simplicity into the sublime

Encaustic painter Susan Wallis sees landscape not as a ‘place’ but as a self-contained subject complete with its own emotions.

Bison, blues and bottles on offer at Juniper Hotel

The story of someone giving up one career to pursue another when they realize their passion lies elsewhere is not a new one. Among musicians touring the Bow Valley, the story is certainly not new.