Tommy Davis, along with the Ellipse Saxophone Quartet, kicked ass at the National Music Festival this summer, where hoards of musicians from across the country descended upon McGill University to compete in the competition. Davis, handsome devil that he is, got second in the solo competition.
Volcanoless in Canada is probably the most severe victim of Saskatoon's serial bassist Enver Hampton, whose M.O. is to play in every band ever.
As a huge fan of the Star Wars films, I've never really ventured into what is known as “The Expanded Universe” composed of books, comics and video games that accentuate and expand the Star Wars mythology. I recently took up a friend's recommendation to look into the world of Star Wars comic books, starting with the Vector series.
Ladysmith, B.C., is home to two notable ladies. The first is Pamela Anderson, who needs no introduction. The second is Stef Lang, an honest and humble songwriter whose career is just beginning to get off the ground. With the recent release of her full-length debut, Stef Lang is prepped for a month-long cross-country tour.
Relationships are, and always have been, difficult. Imagine how much more difficult they would be if you had to fight every one of your lover's exes to the death.
The Miss Saskatchewan pageant, along with other provincial pageants, may cause a resurgence of an American trend in a Canadian setting, hopefully working to shake the stigma that beauty pageants have created for themselves.
In addition to serving delicious sushi, Go for Sushi has an all-you-can-eat buffet ”” with ice cream!
Although the Mendel Art Gallery may appear seamless in its exhibition of art from a patron's perspective, the truth is that the Mendel is way over capacity in the storage area of its massive permanent collection. A move to the Art Gallery of Saskatchewan, being built at River Landing, is seen by curators as the best solution.
Browsers may start to look very different in the next year. Plans to change Browsers to a primarily fair trade coffee shop have been set in motion in recent weeks.
The film opens with three friends at a ski hill trying to figure out a way to get on the hill without purchasing lift tickets. The characters are Joe, his best friend Dan and Dan's girlfriend Parker. They succeed by paying off the guy operating the lift and spend the day having a good time in the snow. Upbeat music plays over a montage of snowy frolicking. As the day starts to come to a close, however, Joe starts itching for “one last run.”