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Home Routes brings music to the people

The people can’t come to the music, so the music is coming to them over the next little while.

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Sweet Surrender

The book is not only about Duncan’s journey with cancer but about practicing the surrender method she believes healed her and changed her life.

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One-Act tripleheader for Play-A-Palooza

Three one-act plays are up to win the audiences heart at this year’s Play-A-Palooza.

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Wild Mountain lands Lightfoot, closes in on headliner

With just 20 weeks left before the 13th Wild Mountain Music Festival is here again, the organizers are feeling optimistic about how the event is shaping up.

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Ryan McNally digs deeper in latest album, Listen Up

Ryan McNally, known for his acoustic blues, jazz, and old-time music, is now incorporating the calypso rhythm into his music.

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Film sheds light on domestic violence, systemic oppression

Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers thought often about the pregnant indigenous woman she found standing barefoot in the rain on a busy Vancouver street.

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Valentine’s concert features songs from the heart

Jon Tomas and Emma Bauer may be new to the Yellowhead Regional Arts Festival (YRAF) organization, but they certainly aren’t new to the stage. They both grew up singing and performing at open mic nights in their hometowns, which was right here in Hinton for Bauer.

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Hinton choirs to shake things up with Curtain Call

Spirit of the Rockies women’s choir and the Foothills Male Chorus are switching things up with their third annual combined concert this January.

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T. Buckley bringing new tunes to Hinton

Tim Buckley is bringing a slightly new sound to Hinton since his last performance in 2014.

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Hinton performer returns to where it all started

Back to where it all started, Mark Guebert performs at The Old Grind in front of his hometown crowd on Dec. 27.

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