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A Book a Week Review : Eleven Regrets by Mel Anderson

The district attorney started her direct examination. My father glared, but I sat under that glare, comfortable and confident. I would not be intimidated. I wanted to tell him that I remembered dancing to Candle in the Wind. I remember … Continue reading

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Designer Profile: Valrie Powell of Cherry Chic

The artistic development of new talent in a fast paced industry has a steep learning curve. Cherry Chic, a fashion line designed by Valrie Powell will be featured in Runway Monthly at The Bank June 23rd, 2012. Tickets are still … Continue reading

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Episode IX: The Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo 2012

The 2012 expo is a tale of the good, the bad and the ugly. Mainly, it highlights a definitive need for a complete overhaul of the urban planning of Calgary unlike any other Canadian city to date. Calgary, in its … Continue reading

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Reviewing: The Cabin in the Woods

Pose yourself this question before entering the world of Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard via The Cabin in the Woods; how many horror films can you remember beginning with two desk jockeys getting a cup of joe discussing the mundane? Confused yet? Or are … Continue reading

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Four Degrees of Separation: Shift Talent Appreciation Night

 An event orchestrated by the enterprising Dorian Dunkley and courtesy of Shift Talent , showcasing models from Shift Models , with fashions supplied by Cherry Chic Designs, and Eleven:Eleven Boutique, a successful showcase of Calgary talent was held on Friday September … Continue reading

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Finding A Voice: Reviewing ‘The People’s Poetry Festival’

When a community of artists collectively clears its throat with the intent to sing for as long and as loud as it can, pull up a chair, and enjoy. On August 19 up until the late evening hours of August … Continue reading

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The literary world on a string: Reviewing ‘When Words Collide’

August 14, 2011 When Words Collide August 12 – 14 2011 ‘When Words Collide’ aimed to provide an informal platform for writers and readers to meet and mingle. The festival did this successfully. It brought together a stellar collection of unique … Continue reading

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