As far as fundraisers go, the Environmental Studies Students' Association's Ecobash has consistency on its side, the upcoming show being its fifth year running.
Since their initial debut this past spring as a new new wave band with an affinity for Prince songs (hence the name), Fingerprince have been practicing like mad in preparation for their anticipated return to the stage.
The 2008 film Zombie Strippers! is, as its title may suggest, atrocious. But it's also awesome: horribly, horribly awesome.
If you're wondering what could possibly compel a travelling band to attempt to write a song every single day for a month, the Birthday Boys wondering the exact same thing.
Winnipeg hosted a regional student journalism conference this past weekend. And if you think that sounds boring, wait until you read about Rockin' Ramona.
When was the last time someone gave their life for rock and roll? I mean, really? When was the last time someone got so deep into that excellent and precarious world of sex, drugs and debauchery that it just straight ended them?
The Montreal electrofunk duo who you've (hopefully) heard so much about in the past few months has released their third full-length album, Business Casual, and the subject matter is exclusively concerned with various dealings with women.
One of the newest productions in Saskatoon is Dying City, featuring local drama heroes and U of S alumni Heather Morrison and Aaron Hursh. The play is directed by the current head of the drama department, the talented Jim Guedo.
One of Edmonton's most promising musical exports is Falklands, comprising Mark Budd, Lee Klippenstein, Jason Stevenson and Jerf (just Jerf).
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