Issue: 2008-11-27

Shedding Light Through Film

The films are heavy, intense and, more importantly, thought provoking. Tory Russell makes no attempt to sugar coat the fact these films are “super-heavy” as we chat about the upcoming Amnesty International Film Festival that runs during the final weekend of November at The Old Fire Hall. Triage follows Nobel Peace Prize winner Dr. James …

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Ray Cuthbert

Part 2 of 6 I’d been in the Yukon for less than a week when I was dragged on a trek into Kluane National Park. Old hiking hands, Denis and Marshall, were worryingly keen to test my mettle. It was early May and we were going to hike Slims River to Observation Mountain over the …

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Go where the music takes you

From the gritty, primal rhythms to the lingering, sweet slide of steel guitar; and from the soulful roots of jazz to the vintage romance of classical guitar – and so much more – the music of Fathers & Sons takes you places you never thought you would go. “Sometimes it sounds like you’re kind of …

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When Religion is in the Mix

There are few more dangerous waters for the Buzz to float down than mixing beer and religion. And yet, being the brave souls that we are, go there we must. We can do that, we think, because we are a craft brewer. After all, we belong to an industry that has spawned such potentially offensive …

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