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DANCE REVIEW: Fairy Tales of Funk a funky evening

By Sameena Darr

Say goodbye to the calculated moves of lithe dancers that make pieces of beef jerky feel self conscious about their weight, and say hello to the freaky funk of Calgary! The Dancer’s Studio West stage was graced with dancers of all body types and abilities in the new show Fairy Tales of Funk…and Some Other… Continue reading DANCE REVIEW: Fairy Tales of Funk a funky evening

Dance Preview: Magical journey in Funky Fairy Tales of Funk

By Sameena Darr

What happened to people dancing because they just felt the funk in their trunk? Shakin’ it because they meant it? Feeling the groove in their step, the soul in their heart, and the freaky in their deaky? Music videos may be littered with emotionless butts bumping and humping to mindless beats, but Roxana Menzies, performer… Continue reading Dance Preview: Magical journey in Funky Fairy Tales of Funk

Mob hopes for a hit on Elizabeth Rex

By Sameena Darr

“To me it’s an exploration of death and how people deal with it,” explains Len Harvey, an actor in Elizabeth Rex. It’s a bit ironic considering the play is one of the last works written by renown Canadian author and playwright Timothy Findley before succumbing to cancer in 2002. “That already brings to it a… Continue reading Mob hopes for a hit on Elizabeth Rex

NUTV begins airing campus cooking show

By Sean Sullivan

You’ve arrived at university for your first year and moved into residence, or perhaps you’ve been here a few years. You’re young and you’re eager to enjoy the university lifestyle. Eventually, however, a time will come when you’ll begin penny-pinching. Your bank account will have run dry, your credit card will be nearly maxed out… Continue reading NUTV begins airing campus cooking show