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Trailblazing B.C.-born magician Celeste Evans dies at 85

Trailblazing B.C.-born magician Celeste Evans dies at 85

Evans offered a uniquely feminine take on a craft that generally relegated women to the sidelines
Eckville preparing for a weekend long party with Jamboree

Eckville preparing for a weekend long party with Jamboree

The Eckville Jamboree takes place Aug. 11-13 at hte Community Centre
Local musician one of 11 Canadians to win award

Local musician one of 11 Canadians to win award

Colin Langstraat wins Fred Sherratt Award
Acclaimed singer Cheryl Fisher set to perform at Jazz at the Lake

Acclaimed singer Cheryl Fisher set to perform at Jazz at the Lake

An amazing line-up of performers is planned spanning the weekend of Aug. 17th to 20th
Artist Heidi Taylor to display graduation exhibit in Eckville

Artist Heidi Taylor to display graduation exhibit in Eckville

The 78-year-old artist graduated from the University of Alberta in June.
Locally-produced film She Has A Name continues to receive accolades

Locally-produced film She Has A Name continues to receive accolades

Acclaimed film has added five Top Indie Film Awards to its growing acclaim
Jazz at the Lake getting into full swing

Jazz at the Lake getting into full swing

Jazz at the Lake will be Aug. 17-20 in Sylvan Lake
10 reasons car buffs have to Rock ‘n Rimbey this summer

10 reasons car buffs have to Rock ‘n Rimbey this summer

Car Show, Cruises, Rally, Dance and more return Aug. 25 to 27
Central Alberta’s The Frank opens for I Mother Earth

Central Alberta’s The Frank opens for I Mother Earth

The show comes prior to the release of Long After the Storm , The Frank’s first full album since 2005
Jamie Woodfin prepping for Westerner Days show

Jamie Woodfin prepping for Westerner Days show

Ponoka singer Jamie Woodfin is gearing up for a performance July 21st at Westerner Days