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Local musicians rock against Stephen Harper

By Jason Herring, October 13 2015 —

As the Canadian federal election draws to a close, a group of Calgary musicians are protesting Stephen Harper and his Conservative party through the Rock Against Harper compilation album. They’ll bring their love … Read the rest

Louie Villanueva

Dinos go undefeated in Crowchild Classic series

By Sonny Sachdeva, October 13 2015 –

The Dinos men’s soccer team emerged as the victor in their back-to-back Crowchild Classic matchup with the Mount Royal Cougars. Taking on the Cougars on Oct. 10–11, the Dinos won their first match … Read the rest

Courtesy Ryan McGuire

No magic number for optimal workout time

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, October 13 2015 –

A recent study published in the cardiovascular health journal Circulation suggests that 30 minutes of daily physical activity, the guideline suggested by the American Heart Association, is not enough for optimum heart health.… Read the rest

Courtesy Michael Miller

NHL rule changes will enhance fan experience

By Ahmad Nasser, October 13 2015 –

The NHL has implemented some intriguing new rules for the 2015–16 season that look set to reverse the league’s recent trend of declining offence. The changes should open up scoring for the league’s … Read the rest

Louie Villanueva

Dinos hockey swept in season openers

By Johny Faul, October 13 2015 –

The Dinos men’s hockey team saw their home opener against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies slip away in a high-scoring affair as they suffered a 6–5 loss in overtime.

The Dinos started the … Read the rest

Calgary author Zsuzsi Gartner talks time at the Gauntlet

By Emilie Medland-Marchen, October 13 2015 —

Canadian author Zsuzsi Gartner has a prolific resume. The University of Calgary graduate’s most recent short story collection, Better Living Through Plastic Explosions, was shortlisted for the 2011 Giller Prize. Her work has … Read the rest

Inaugural Calgary roots music festival launches

By Jason Herring, October 13 2015 —

A new festival is hitting the Calgary music scene as the Wide Cut Weekend roots festival launches at various downtown Calgary venues from Oct. 15–17.

The festival showcases roots music from artists across … Read the rest


By Derek Baker, October 13 2015 —

Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES burst onto the indie-electronic music scene in 2013 with their stunning debut album, The Bones of What We Believe. The group returns with Every Open Eye, the long-awaited follow-up … Read the rest

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