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Fruitsecco Mode: The Gauntlet reviews summer drinks

By Troy Hasselman, July 15 2019 — Summer is the best season for beverages. Sure, winter offers hot chocolate and eggnog and fall has warm cider and pumpkin spice-flavoured drinks but the sheer number of drinks that go along with summer weather simply can’t be matched. Between the sweet-tasting wines, ice cream floats, sangria and…

T-Pain brings the hits to the Calgary Stampede

By Troy Hasselman, July 11 2019 — Music legend, autotune pioneer and hook-singing MVP of the 2000s T-Pain left his mansion in Wiscansin and made his way further north this week for an at-capacity show at the Calgary Stampede’s Coca-Cola stage this past week. Bringing in a solid dose of nostalgia the Stampede to go…

Dispatches from Sled Island

By Troy Hasselman, June 25 2019 — Sled Island has come and gone for another year. The annual festival where venues across the downtown core plays host to artists both local and international, up-and-coming and established. Sled Island has becoming something like a Holiday akin to Thanksgiving or Christmas for myself. Here’s how it went…

AAWC Family Day Festival this Saturday

By Troy Hasselman, June 21 2019 — Aboriginal Awareness Week Calgary’s (AAWC) annual Family Day Festival will return this year in celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day. Events and activities will take place throughout the day including a PowWow and performances from acts such as Blue Rodeo, Ghostkeeper and Bebe Buckskin. “It starts at 9…

Your day-by-day guide to Sled Island

By Troy Hasselman, June 6 2019 — The Sled Island Music & Arts Festival, a Calgary festival and cultural institution, has grown to be one of the biggest draws in the city’s busy festival season as the downtown core is transformed into a playground for lovers of music, film, art and comedy. With countless bands,…

Lunchbox Theatre announces 2019–20 Season

By Troy Hasselman, May 31 2019 Lunchbox Theatre, one of Calgary’s longest-running theatre companies, has announced the lineup for its upcoming 2019–20 season. The season was compiled by Lunchbox’s outgoing artistic producer Samantha MacDonald and will include world premières, co-productions with collaborators and one-act stories. “Lunchbox Theatre is the only surviving lunchtime theatre in North…

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