Art and Entertainment

Alex Hanson

With each audio/visual experiment he learns more about the process, about himself, and the world around him.

Posted by admin on Jan 04, 2019 in Art and Entertainment

Jack Ryan

Hollywood seems to have a very difficult time making films and television programs which analyze and criticize the military industrial complex. Does this one make the cut?

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Dec 18, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

MassDrop

A couple of years ago a friend and I were having the “best headphones” debate. This is a favourite debater of audio junkies and like best scotch or best mountain bike trail, there’s no right answer.

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Dec 15, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Being There

As I prepared this month’s poem solo, I travelled back in my mind. I went to a place that was just as uncertain as today. In going back, resolve and evolution play on the heartstrings.

Posted by Sadie Rosgen on Dec 11, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Old Days, New Ways

While some enjoy revisiting old memories for the good feelings they bring, Michael has made a career of setting up residence in the past and making a living there. Clawhammer Press is a business quite literally built on a foundation of nostalgia. 

Posted by Michael Hepher on Dec 05, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

December 2018 Astrology

The theme this month is all about relationships and communication and a truly immense transformation will occur this month, watch and see how the energy moves. There is a lot of fire mixed with passion, obsessiveness and it might feel decently intense at times.

Posted by Ashley Kristina on Dec 03, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Marni Carroll

She loves sharing her craft with all of you; the pieces she makes come from her heart and bring so much joy to her life.

Posted by admin on Dec 02, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Mantras with Tricia Clark

In a kingdom of calm, Tricia Clark is the queen. She is serene in her nature, finding the sea beneath her feet wherever she may travel. 

Posted by Sadie Rosgen on Nov 25, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Navigating Facebook with Shortcuts

It’s funny how sometimes an offhand comment can reveal how bad assumptions can be.

Posted by Kevin McIsaac on Nov 20, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Fernie Essentials this Winter

One of the things I love about Fernie is that you can wear anything you want with no judgment. Whether in jeans and a tee or a gorge party dress, your style is welcome and accepted in our little mountain town.

Posted by Emma Polit on Nov 19, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Inside Architecture - Exploring Fernie’s Historical Interiors

Fernie’s historic buildings are well known for distinctive rooflines, unique locally-fired rose-gold brick and stone, and a variety of international influences. Only a few original interiors remain although many hints of the past can be seen in pressed tin ceilings, smoke-stained exposed brickwork and vintage windows.

Posted by Rebecca Hall on Nov 15, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Netflix Top Five

Netflix has produced some remarkable films over the years. This month I would like to celebrate their incredible artistic output by providing a list of my top five favourite films produced by the streaming service

Posted by Andrew Vallance on Nov 14, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

The Eye of the Hurricane

You don’t have to be an artist to experience the calm at the centre of the storm. We all know what it’s like when the world fades away and all that’s left is the task in front of you, being in the zone.

Posted by Michael Hepher on Nov 10, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

November 2018 Astrology

Two different themes happen this month however in all, it’s a really great month bringing lots of improvements in people’s lives.

Posted by Ashley Kristina on Nov 03, 2018 in Art and Entertainment

Holly Kimola

Who doesn't love the smell of leather, am I right?!

Posted by admin on Oct 31, 2018 in Art and Entertainment