MIKE JONES

MIKE JONES

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All posts by MIKE JONES

Apr
01
2021
Volume
9-2
Published in Lifestyle
With COVID-19, Albertans are spending more time than ever in front of screens. And even as restrictions slowly begin to lift again, it’s safe to say binge-worthy entertainment is here to stay. And just in case you ever feel guilty for sitting around watching TV all day – you’re helping…
Dec
10
2020
Volume
9-1
Published in Arts & Culture
My favourite picks in music, theatre and more from an unusual year
Dec
16
2019
Volume
8-1
Published in Arts & Culture
It honestly seems like yesterday I was writing the article with some of my favourites from 2018. Did this year absolutely blow by for anybody else or was it just me? I was incredibly blessed this year to get to make my Directorial debut for the ADFA One Act Festival…
Apr
28
2019
Volume
7-2
Published in Arts & Culture
Now that we’re solidly into 2019, I think it’s important to celebrate some of the many great accomplishments in both the arts scene and the food & beverage scene from 2018! We saw an increased live music presence in 2018 with more and more venues coming on board and promoting…
Nov
09
2018
Holiday Guide
2018
Published in Holiday Guide 2018
Ah yes, the holidays are upon us. It’s one of the busiest times of the year in Fort McMurray as we go straight from gala season into Christmas. I’ll keep your iCal up to date with a musical journey through the holidays in Wood Buffalo.
Oct
13
2018
Volume
6-6
Published in Arts & Culture
For many artists in Fort McMurray whether it’s music, theatre or fine arts, they pour hundreds of hours into their craft. But just like everyone else they also have other commitments: volunteering, family, friends and of course…the day job. We talked to five members of the arts community about how…
Aug
20
2018
Volume
6-5
Published in Arts & Culture
Sister and brother duo, Cassie and Cash Finch, have been making waves in the Fort McMurray theatre scene for a few years now. What some theatre goers may not realize about the Finch’s, is the extra amount of sacrifice and dedication required. Even the most casual patron of Keyano Theatre…
May
22
2018
Volume
6-4
Published in Arts & Culture
“As a little boy I would wander, look up at the sky, play with frogs and use my imagination- my greatest tool,” 25-year-old Kelton Stepanowich says in a break from post production for his upcoming feature The Road Behind. “Then as I got older, I always just liked creating stuff…
Apr
03
2018
Volume
6-3
Published in Arts & Culture
“If I did three in a row I would probably end up divorced” says Norm Sutton after wrapping back to back productions (his 10th and 11th shows at Keyano Theatre) A Christmas Carol and The Drowsy Chaperone. But Norm’s story isn’t the typical as he didn’t get started until the…
Nov
24
2017
Volume
6-1
Published in Arts & Culture
With a struggling economy, a busy rebuild, and an impassioned municipal election, music and theatre were there more than ever to help us out when we needed an escape. Let’s take a look back at the year it was, and celebrate the accolades of our family, neighbours and friends.
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