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Calling all bullies in Leafs Nation

By Stephane Arnault, October 16 2014 —

The Toronto Maple Leafs, who led the National Hockey League in fighting majors over the last two seasons, have entered the 2014–15 campaign without an undisputed brawler. Big mistake.

Two days before the … Read the rest


I sigh, you sigh, we all sigh for Eyes High

You’ve probably heard the news — the University of Calgary is the top-ranked university under 50 years of age in Canada, according to the QS rankings. Those same rankings say we’re No. 2 under 50 in North America and No. … Read the rest


Field Notes brings nature into the gallery

By Connor Sadler, October 16 2014 —

Albertan artist Lisa Matthias’ new exhibit of woodcut prints, Field Notes, will be on display at the Christine Klassen Gallery in south east Calgary  from Oct. 23 until Nov 29. The exhibit consists … Read the rest


Rosie and the Riveters embrace spirit of the ’40s

By Hayden McBennett, October 16 2014 —

Rosie and the Riveters is a vintage-clad women’s quartet who perform a mix of traditional and original gospel tunes. Delivered with “scintillating choreography, body percussion, complex harmony, humour and the charm of the … Read the rest


New Music: Flying Lotus

By Hayden McBennett, October 16 2014 —

Flying Lotus’ You’re Dead! is a modern, sprawling and visionary fusion of jazz, R&B, hip hop and electronic music.

The first track bombards you with saxophone and percussion, which forms a disorienting and … Read the rest


New Music: A Winged Victory for the Sullen

By Alexander Kim, October 16 2014 —

A Winged Victory for the Sullen is an ambient, neo-classical duo who create instrumental soundscapes of droning synths, melodic strings and sparse piano. Their work makes you want to use words like ‘celestial’ … Read the rest

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