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Concert planned as restrictions are relaxed

Concert planned as restrictions are relaxed

Bowden couple hopes to hold their annual June Jam shortly
Local student musicians named to Alberta Honour Band

Local student musicians named to Alberta Honour Band

Didsbury, Olds high school students performed at the 2021 Alberta Virtual Band event
Musician with Cremona connection finds melodies soothe the soul

Musician with Cremona connection finds melodies soothe the soul

Gizelle de Guzman releases new song inspired by her longing for home
Film shot in Olds, area has online premiere

Film shot in Olds, area has online premiere

Range Roads featured during Canadian Film Festival
One last scene planned before submitting Pipe Nation to streaming giants

One last scene planned before submitting Pipe Nation to streaming giants

Director explains decision to include protest that will help tie the story together
Olds and District Kiwanis Music Festival gears up to go virtual

Olds and District Kiwanis Music Festival gears up to go virtual

Provincials will also be held virtually, due to pandemic
Olds students learn filmmaking with an Indigenous theme

Olds students learn filmmaking with an Indigenous theme

For a week, members of Calgary-based Trickster Theatre taught the craft of storytelling in Holy Trinity Catholic School
Banff's Kasey Nolan releases sophomore album

Banff's Kasey Nolan releases sophomore album

“The themes on this album involve emotion, darkness, depression, journeys, revelations, hopefulness, isolation, embrace, and escape,” said Banff musician Kasey Nolan. “There’s one song to reflect each of those things, while they are all also encompassed in the entire album ... I wrote it with the intention of it being one progressive piece.”
Pipe Nation pilot episode nearly complete

Pipe Nation pilot episode nearly complete

Filmmaker working out the final cut’s finishing touches
"It was nail-biting but we did it": Canadian shows didn't let COVID derail production

"It was nail-biting but we did it": Canadian shows didn't let COVID derail production

TORONTO — The pandemic has its prints all over Canada's winter TV season.