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Shoulder Season returns to valley with live recording

Shoulder Season returns to valley with live recording

Now that the busy summer season has come to an end in the valley, The Shoulder Season is moving forward with a CD release party for its first album set for Tuesday (Oct. 18).
Banff artist offers backcountry vision

Banff artist offers backcountry vision

Anyone who’s ever stepped foot into Banff National Park’s vast backcountry knows it’s something special. It’s the place where silence reigns and colours dance.

ACC to show BMFF films

If it’s autumn in the mountains, it’s time for all those climbers who haven’t embarked on road trips to the warm rock of Utah, Colorado and California to settle into chairs right here in the Bow Valley to be inspired by some of the most exciting and
Cariboo Buckaroo spins odd tales of B.C. history

Cariboo Buckaroo spins odd tales of B.C. history

Lovers of cowboy lore are in for a treat as The Banff Centre presents Cariboo Buckaroo, a one-man play about obscure B.C. history. The production is by Matthew Payne, artistic director of Vancouver’s Theatre SKAM.

A Good Man an ambitious, daring read

Guy Vanderhaeghe is a bold and daring man.
Darlings of Chelsea stalk Bruno's Grill

Darlings of Chelsea stalk Bruno's Grill

The Darlings of Chelsea, a Toronto-based punk band, will be rocking out this Sunday (Oct. 9) at Bruno’s Bar & Grill in Banff.

Jen Lane in town For The Night

No stranger to the Bow Valley, Saskatoon-based singer-songwriter Jen Lane returns to the Rose & Crown in Banff for a performance on Sunday (Oct. 2). She’s touring Alberta in support of her latest album, For The Night.

Spotlight on the Arts announces recipients

To kick off Alberta Arts Days, which run Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, the Town of Canmore is inviting the community to celebrate several local artists who will be ‘spotlighted’ during the Mayor’s Spotlight on the Arts celebration.
Bright and brooding on display at Canada House

Bright and brooding on display at Canada House

Glenn Payan’s world is bright, sunny and joyful and dark, brooding and touched with a tinge of sadness or nostalgia. The B.C.
Juno winner to open Live on 7th season

Juno winner to open Live on 7th season

From the red earth of Prince Edward Island to the grey limestone of the Rockies, Catherine MacLellan opens the 2011/12 Live on 7th music series at the Canmore Miners’ Union Hall, Sunday (Oct.2).