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Latest Blues Hall of Fame inductee Harpdog Brown finds classic and contemporary sides to blues
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Latest Blues Hall of Fame inductee Harpdog Brown finds classic and contemporary sides to blues
"you'll never find me singing about picking cotton, because I've never had to" -Harpdog Brown
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Edmonton punks Slates look towards the summer
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Edmonton punks Slates look towards the summer
Preview of Slates, CD release at Barber Ha on May 27
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Renowned International Children's Festival adds extra day to 2017 lineup
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Renowned International Children's Festival adds extra day to 2017 lineup
St. Albert features glow-in-the-dark cosmic adventures and multicultural dance during six day festival
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Social Seen: Art on the Block
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Codie McLachlan hits some of our city’s best bashes to snap photos for our weekly Social Seen column. He is an Edmonton photojournalist. Email your event suggestions to arts@edmontonjournal.com or tweet Codie at @fotocodie. Follow Codie on Instagram (@...
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Edmonton's first AfroFest to showcase dozens of African communities
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A new festival that celebrates African cultures in Edmonton is enticing visitors with delicious cuisine, music and a colourful parade. “There will be performances by a variety of African artists and talents,” said spokesman John Hagan, explaining that festival...
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Together Again: Teatro La Quindicina launches new season with storied ensemble
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Unique collection of talents ensure a vibrant Edmonton theatre future
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ArtPic: Shantel Miller's Side Profile Series at Latitude 53
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ArtPic artist: Shantel Miller Artwork: Stefan, oil on board, 18” x 24” Show: skin glowing in the moonlight Description: Facing right, the portraits in Toronto painter Shantel Miller’s The Side Profile Series naturally lead you in an unending circle around the walls of Latitude 53, painted ca...
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Eclectic Audrey Ochoa defies jazz horn stereotype with grace and humour
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"It really felt like doing the trapeze without a safety net because I was responsible for the harmonies and melodies.” - Audrey Ochoa
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10 things to do in Edmonton this week: Jurassic Park, Thunder Down Under, and The Shins
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Preacher, Princess, and a Crow A poetic and touching look at the compulsions and inner torment of a damaged soul living in the inner city, Nicole Moeller’s The Preacher, The Princess, and a Crow traces the journey of Jasper, given the task of saving the Princess, who is also his niece. Jasp...
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