Arts & Culture(Archives)

Mar
20
2015
Volume
3-3
Super Summer of Sequels and Spinoffs If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then this summer must be the movie industry’s biggest suck-ups. It is the Super Summer of Sequels and Spinoffs – say that five times fast. Almost half of the summer releases fall under these categories.
Dec
04
2014
Volume
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By Krista Balsom with Alan Roberts When talking about Canadian Theatre, Norm Foster’s name almost always comes up as one of the most prolific and most-produced of all Canadian playwrights. He is our country’s preeminent comic playwright, with over 40 plays to his credit.
May
28
2014
Volume
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This is my second year writing this article for YMM Magazine and it`s the one thing I pull out of my pocket when people say there is nothing to do in Fort McMurray. There is so much to do here, and if you don`t think there is, mark these dates…
Mar
27
2014
Volume
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Keyano Theatre Company members share their Les Misérables experience For those of our community members who saw Les Misérables by Keyano Theatre Company at Keyano College in Fort McMurray they can truly understand the depth and emotion behind it, not just from the characters, but from the actors and the…
Mar
27
2014
Volume
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Words in Motion “CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON” in not only the title of the Oscar award-winning kung-fu movie, but also a Chinese idiom which means hidden gems. As a Community Strategies (Culture) Coordinator with the Municipality, I’ve had the pleasure of discovering many hidden poets in our region through the…
Mar
27
2014
Volume
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Books to Movies ONE COULD ARGUE THAT IMITATION IS THE BEST FORM OF FLATTERY. With so many movies based on books, is there truly a unique story still to be told on the big screen? Or an author’s head which has not yet be swollen by such flattery? I began…
Jan
24
2014
Volume
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A warm welcome on a cold, snowy winter night. We’re past the threshold and into a transformed living room. Festive Jello shooter in one hand, cold beer in the other – this is the outset of a highly anticipated evening.
Nov
25
2013
Volume
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There’s a gem in Fort McMurray. It’s not oil deposited into sand, nor the sound of the Athabasca breaking after a long cold winter. It’s not the golden leaves falling from trees through the river valley, or a majestic moose crossing Highway 63 as the sun rises. It’s not a…

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