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Keeping Shakespeare alive

Keeping Shakespeare alive

The Lethbridge Shakespeare Performance Society meet in their Annual General Meeting to discuss their plans for the 2018 season. One local group is bringing Shakespeare back to life. The Lethbridge Shakespeare Performance Society is once again planning a great show for the 2018 season. President and show Producer Kate Connolly started the society six years

(right to left) Erin Millar, Sam Hester and Eric Dyck sat down for a discussion on comic books at the Word on the Street festival in Lethbridge on September  23, 2017

More than just capes and tights

Erin Millar, Sam Hester and Eric Dyck sit down for a discussion on comic books at the Word on the Street festival in Lethbridge on Sept.  23. Comic books and graphic novels often develop a childish reputation due to stigmas claiming they are written about superheroes, created for the young male mind or ultimately, are just picture books.

Manny Landry from Harbourside Tattoo in Vancouver, BC tattoos an arm at the Windy City Tattoo Convention in Lethbridge on September 16.

Tattoos blow into Lethbridge’s Exhibition Grounds

Manny Landry from Harbourside Tattoo in Vancouver, BC tattoos an arm at the Windy City Tattoo Convention in Lethbridge on Sept. 16. Windy City Tattoo Convention celebrated its 10th anniversary this year with acts and artists from all over the globe. The convention, which celebrates tattoo artistry in Southern Alberta has been a huge draw

Farren Sawers walks down the runway in JASON’T clothing during Lethbridge Fashion Weekend

Lethbridge Fashion Weekend shines with success

Farren Sawers walks down the runway in JASON’T clothing during Lethbridge Fashion Weekend Models hit the runway to display some of the latest pieces from local designers for Lethbridge Fashion Weekend. The show featured five lines of clothing from six designers in the annual fall fashion show last weekend. This year’s show took a big

Taiko drummers Hibikiya, Corey McQuaid, Jolene Dunsdon, Yumi Suzuki, Kelly McQuaid, and Vallerie McQuaid perform during Art Days, Oct 2, 2016.

Arts Days showcases city’s many talents

Taiko drummers Hibikiya, Corey McQuaid, Jolene Dunsdon, Yumi Suzuki, Kelly McQuaid, and Vallerie McQuaid perform during Art Days, Oct. 2, 2016. Taiko drummers, Ukrainian dancers, local musicians performed during the 40th anniversary of the Southern Alberta Art Gallery at CASA. Arts Days was organized by the Allied Arts Council was recently held in the city

Dominic (left) and Julien Benoit play the dreidel game at the new Kids Celebrate! exhibition at the Galt Museum and Archives.

Kids celebrate multiculturalism in Canada

Dominic (left) and Julien Benoit play the dreidel game at the new Kids Celebrate! exhibition at the Galt Museum and Archives. Museums are old, museums are boring. While some may think this, the Galt’s latest exhibit Kids Celebrate! hopes to change that. The Galt Museum boasts many wonderful exhibits for everyone to enjoy, the young and

Bailey Parker serves traditional German beer at Oktoberfest on Friday, Sept 8.

Bratwurst and Brews

Bailey Parker serves traditional German beer at Oktoberfest on Friday, Sept. 8. A tradition coming up on 206 years in Munich and three years in Lethbridge, Oktoberfest has expanded this year to Galt Gardens. Although they celebrate for 16 days in Munich, Lethbridge held its two-day celebration last weekend from Sept. 30 to Oct. 1.

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The monster of all Outlanders

A Lethbridge man is taking his hobby to new heights. Sarah Redekop has the story. A local man in Lethbridge has gained international attention for his hobby. Resident, Craig Weston, began customizing his quad in his free time about seven months ago. Since then he has added various custom-made parts including a snorkel and exhaust

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