Art and Entertainment
A game-changing book on Canada’s contributions to sport literature, Writing the Body in Motion: A Critical Anthology on Canadian Sport Literature edited by Angie Abdou and Jamie Dopp to be released May 30, 2018.
The City of Fernie, along with Artists Michael Hepher and Paul Reimer, will be officially unveiling “A Hardy Town” sculpture on June 1, 2018 at 12:00 PM at the Fernie Arts Station.
If you take nothing else away from this column, remember this: Assume that anything that you post online can and will be read by anyone.
There is no denying what an incredible community we continue to build here in Fernie but in a broader sense.
It is very difficult to find North American movies which feature romantic and/or sexual relationships between people with disabilities. The Shape of Water, that the American movie industry has taken tentative steps towards remedying this situation.
With the beginning of May, the focus on efficiency and structure diminishes day by day until we reach a point where our energies will feel scattered around mid-May.
With her latest music, Sounds of the Kootenays, which is inspired by many people and places especially the Kootenay region but also Hawaii. The music has instrumental classical with folklore tones.
Some of these are oldies-but-goodies, some are new, and some are quite specialized and not for everyone.
A remake of the original 1995 filam where two children who, while on a walk in their local park, discover a magical jungle adventure board game.
Family On the Planet, Planetary Scenario
by SADIE ROSGEN Featuring Creative Minds Preschool
As the late Whitney Houston sang, I believe the children are our future.
Yann reminds us that we all have a little bit of each sign within us, consider each of the following as addressing a specific part of yourself. Read it all for every aspect within yourself.
Always having a love for art, geometry and fractals in nature have been a big part of his creative process.