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LOS ANGELES — The widow of producer Aaron Spelling is placing “The Manor” in the exclusive Holmby Hills neighbourhood on the market for a jaw-dropping $150 million, making it by far the most expensive home for sale in the U.S.
Redstone Grill features Tim Smith on April 4 starting at 8 p.m. Call 403-342-4980 for information.
Every performer who tours this vast country from end to end has war stories to share. One of Johnny Reid’s tales of woe involves his first gig in Red Deer six years ago. The Scottish-Canadian country singer recalled, “We pulled up in this wee U-Haul truck we’d rented and here they’d booked us at the Arlington Hotel!”
In 1915, Jennie Hawkes became the first woman sentenced to hang in Alberta for killing her husband’s not-so-secret lover.
An original new composition by Red Deer’s Cheryl Cooney will make its debut at the World of Percussion Concert on April 3 and 4.
Ian Tyson strode onto stage wearing a white cowboy hat, roped in the full-house crowd with his wit and song — then got the heck out of Dodge before anyone could ask for an encore.
Phil Spector’s defence attorney told a jury in closing arguments Tuesday that scientific evidence proves actress Lana Clarkson pulled the trigger of the gun that killed her in the music producer’s mansion six years ago.
Two years after teaming up with Canadian songstress Joni Mitchell to create an anti-war show based on her music, the Alberta Ballet is collaborating with another music legend.
NEW YORK — When troubled pop king Michael Jackson is involved, even a yard sale can become an epic struggle.
The second Pawsitively Gorgeous — a beauty and fashion dog contest to benefit the Red Deer SPCA — was held on Sunday at Bower Mall.
As the Juno Awards roll through Vancouver, they promise to showcase the best of the city’s music scene — but there’s one local artist who won’t be stepping onto the GM Place stage.
DETROIT — Ron Asheton, the guitarist for the Stooges whose raw sound helped inspire the first generation of punk musicians, has died. He was 60.
Former Saturday Night Live comedian Norm MacDonald will be hamming it up with Red Deer fans on Wednesday, Jan. 21.
NEW YORK — Eartha Kitt, a sultry singer, dancer and actress who rose from South Carolina cotton fields to become an international symbol of elegance and sensuality, has died, a family spokesman said. She was 81.
NEW YORK — Majel Barrett Roddenberry, the widow of “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry, has died. She was 76.
Frank Kerr, lead singer of the iconic Hamilton punk band Teenage Head, has died of cancer at age 52.
Students, choreographers and teachers are among the 20 dancers chosen to compete in the inaugural season of So You Think You Can Dance Canada.
LONDON — Richard Wright, a founding member of the rock group Pink Floyd, died Monday. He was 65.
TORRANCE, Calif. — “Gutter balls only, please!” someone yells during a rehearsal at the Lucky Strike bowling alley for the CW’s new series “90210.” So co-stars Jessica Stroup and Shenae Grimes downplay their bowling skills.