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Tracks Pub welcomes Aussie country-rockers The Re-Mains

Tracks Pub welcomes Aussie country-rockers The Re-Mains

Australian “country rock and roll” band The Re-Mains will be in Olds for their first time at Tracks Pub this upcoming Friday, and attribute their authentic country-rock edge to playing “small towns and weird venues, in places exactly like Olds,” said

Slave Lake relief inspires 'Summer of Gnomes'

Families are trolling for garden gnomes this summer as part of a group's effort to start up a non-profit society.

Fisher earns Best in Show at Alberta exhibition

A Grade 11 Olds High School student has recently elevated her status as an accomplished artist, winning top honours at a prestigious exhibition over the weekend.

Tom Savage Trio trial songs for new album

“Dirt road rock and roll” will be emanating from Tracks Pub in two weeks when the Tom Savage Trio hits the stage on May 24.

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Beaupre performs the last OKPAS concert Jenn Beaupre, accompanied by local area accompanist Lewis Frere will perform the last concert of the Olds Kiwanis Performing Arts Society's 2010-2011 season.

Art is a constant learning process for Checkryn-Rivers

For local artist Barbara Checkryn-Rivers the most important part of being an artist is being honest with the work and being true to oneself. “It's … doing what you want to do.

Albertans a treat for tireless troubadour Eaglesmith

Fred Eaglesmith, a renowned Canadian folk-rock singer from Southern Ontario is currently in the middle of another extensive tour, with a stop in Olds tomorrow night at Tracks Pub. We caught up with him last week as he was on the road to Athabasca.

Condensed schedule for music festival

There are several givens about the month of March in Olds.

Rocker brings inspirational message to DMS

One Canadian musician brought his message of inspiration to Deer Meadow School on Feb. 15, challenging students to find out what talents and abilities they have.

Historical takeout

A travelling exhibit detailing the impact of Chinese restaurants on the history of Alberta will be the centrepiece of a special open house with a local twist at the Mountain View Museum this week.