Getting back together is extra sweet when there’s no nasty break-up to get over.
Like the good friends they are, members of Canadian band Moist immediately found common ground when they reunited in 2013 after spending years working on solo projects. READ
Their art challenge was: Choose subject matter that’s meaningful to them and incorporates the colour red. Painting the Town Red, an exhibit at the Harris-Warke Gallery, shows how many different creative paths seven Red Deer artists can go down when following the same instructions. READ
A lofty leader is betrayed by trusted companions and brought down by his own weakness during this month’s Bard on Bower presentation of Julius Caesar. The drama that opens on Thursday, July 14, on the outdoor stage at Bower Ponds will lend gravitas to a season that also includes the light-hearted comedy Love’s Labour’s Lost, opening July 21. READ
Ontario band Hollerado promised to create an original, “custom” tune for every fan who bought a pre-sale package to help fund the group’s White Paint album. Two years and 111 new songs later, the exhausted musicians finally lived up to their rather ill-conceived commitment. READ
The following is a product of the Central Middle School Writer’s Workshop run by teacher Guy Campeau and former Red Deer Author Gerry Bast. The workshop combined 30 students from Grade 6 through 8 as they came up with the following original story called “The Red Deer Mutant Butterfly Incident.” Enjoy. ^ Katherine, the Grade 7 student swam over to the edge of the pool, “Hey my dudes what did you think of that math test?” Carly scratched her head, “It was super difficult.” READ
Coasting on his sheer, over-the-top niceness, Johnny Reid showed his tartan army of 4,500 Central Alberta fans some crazy kind of love Saturday night at Red Deer’s Centrium. Subtlety was not key to Juno Award-winning, multi-platinum-selling Reid’s behemoth What Love is All About concert. READ
Connections to ancestors and the spirit world imbue the captivating Dreaming With My Great Mother art exhibit at Lacombe’s Memorial Centre. READ