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Banff punk rockers Regal Foul unleash inner-monster with debut album

Banff punk rockers Regal Foul unleash inner-monster with debut album

From battle of the bands duds to fearless beasts, Regal Foul is ready to drop its debut album Monsters in Disguise
Community project connects local seniors through art

Community project connects local seniors through art

“For me it felt like something was missing from that project. Seniors are an important part of the community and they were unable to be included at the time so my goal was to have them engage with the community again.”
What Bears Teach Us explores the complicated lives of wild bears

What Bears Teach Us explores the complicated lives of wild bears

“I realized that grizzly bears are so much more than data points on a map or a graph. When you spend time hanging out with bears you start to see that they have a lot of personality and they’re not who you think they are.”
Trundled doesn’t hold back authenticity in debut album High Water

Trundled doesn’t hold back authenticity in debut album High Water

Local indie-folk band Trundled is hosting an online listening party for its debut album High Water Thursday evening (Nov. 19)
Poppy project builds a future for BVCC participants

Poppy project builds a future for BVCC participants

The Royal Canadian Legion Three Sisters Branch in Canmore recently received a pop of colour to its facade, thanks to the addition of a mural composed of five poppies
Canmore artist's first solo gallery show goes 3D

Canmore artist's first solo gallery show goes 3D

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Canmore artist Layla Messner cancelled plans for her first solo show at a local art gallery because she has a compromised immune system. But then she got creative and is now virtually checking her first exhibition off her bucket list.
Pine Tree Players production gets a second life

Pine Tree Players production gets a second life

“It’s exciting to finally have the chance to perform this play in front of an audience. It almost feels like we’ve been rehearsing for a year since we started in January.”
Creative Combat 6.0 returning with unique artist and fan experience

Creative Combat 6.0 returning with unique artist and fan experience

You can watch the creative battle action from the comfort of your own couch this year, or at one of six art studios, which will have two artists at each battling to win the Creative Combat 6.0 champion
Banff Centre unveils brand new Jenny Belzberg Theatre

Banff Centre unveils brand new Jenny Belzberg Theatre

From specially designed perforated metal coverings for the Meyer surround sound system and bevelled white-pine walls, to the brand new spacious seating and improved lighting – the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity's Jenny Belzberg Theatre will provide audiences and performing artists with an amazing experience now that its construction is complete
Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival winners announced

Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival winners announced

BANFF – The COVID-19 pandemic couldn't stop the stoke of mountain enthusiasts, who went online to enjoy the Banff Centre Mountain Book and Film Festival this year. Running Oct. 31 to Nov.