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Understanding our world through the meaning of shades

What does a black and white photograph mean to you? Does it represent the stark contrasts every human personality contains? Does it represent the basic characteristics that each person is made of at the core? Or is it just another picture, devoid of colour? Cameron Cross’s upcoming exhibition, Black and White, aims to answer those […]

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CD Review: Trampled By Turtles, Stars and Satellites

If you’re a regular folkie at the Winnipeg Folk Fest, you may already be familiar with the pride of Northern Minnesota, Trampled By Turtles. The progressive bluegrass quintet from Duluth brought their devilishly fast brand of energetic folk/bluegrass to Winnipeg this past summer at Folk Fest 2011. If you checked them out there, or are […]

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Get off my Facebook, Grandma

EDMONTON (CUP) — People say you should respect and listen to your elders, as though old people are Yoda, dripping with wisdom that they should dispense every chance they get. That’s bullshit. Old people are some of the least sophisticated and knowledgeable people on this planet. If you want proof, you need only look to […]

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Five movies people used to love, but now inexplicably hate

SASKATOON (CUP) Ever liked a movie that most people seem to hate? Everyone has at least one. Some have several. Ever hated a movie everyone else seems to love? Again, of course you do. Even Star Wars has its detractors — weird, mole-like detractors with acne who smell like bantha poodoo. Pity them. These occurrences […]

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