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SILVERA FOR SENIORS TOSSING ABUSED 80 YEAR OLD WITH DEMENTIA ON TO THE STREET

SILVERA FOR SENIORS TOSSING ABUSED 80 YEAR OLD WITH DEMENTIA ON TO THE STREET

Joel Schulz November 23, 2017 0

IF NO INTERVENTION IS PROVIDED, THIS WOMAN WILL DIE By Joel Schulz, Publisher and Michelle O’Keefe, Associate Publisher This whole episode is leading me to believe that in Alberta, seniors are disposable. The woman,

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1800 VOLUNTEERS – THE BACKBONE OF A SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL

1800 VOLUNTEERS – THE BACKBONE OF A SUCCESSFUL FESTIVAL

Joel Schulz July 12, 2016 0

by Joel Schulz and Michelle O’Keefe Every aspect of the Calgary Folk Music Music Festival is run by volunteers. We met with Emily McCormick, Volunteer Manager for the festival to discuss the seemingly formidable

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THE REEL CAN TALKS WITH FOLK FEST ED DEBBI SALMONSEN

THE REEL CAN TALKS WITH FOLK FEST ED DEBBI SALMONSEN

Joel Schulz June 24, 2016 0

by Joel Schulz – Publisher and Michelle O’Keefe – Music Editor Last Thursday, at Festival Hall, The Reel Can sat down with Debbi Salmonsen, Executive Director of the Calgary Folk Music Festival, where we

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Catching up with the sport of “Bunning”

Catching up with the sport of “Bunning”

Joel Schulz November 14, 2015 0

‘Bunning’ *: A sport of sort, simple enough, with its own implied set of risks. Bunning is an activity in which the participants sneak up to the top floor of a targeted hotel and

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Poetry of Elena Danfe: Idea / Substance

Poetry of Elena Danfe: Idea / Substance

Joel Schulz November 14, 2015 0

Idea over Substance   Idea I concede that maps are both science and art. I concede their beauty and their necessity but still . . . As we measure and name each inch of

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The Gallery

The Gallery

Joel Schulz October 16, 2015 0

by Rebecca Aikman – Alberta Buzz/Reel Can Staff Writer James shuffled his feet. He was wearing the red leather MHE’s, the ones that had caught his eye in the Netherlands. He was delighted to

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LEGEND OF THE LICH LORD AND OTHER ALBERTA BUZZ CIFF PICKS

LEGEND OF THE LICH LORD AND OTHER ALBERTA BUZZ CIFF PICKS

Joel Schulz September 29, 2015 0

by Joel Schulz – Publisher I had the opportunity to write many of the synopses for the Program Guide of this year’s Calgary International Film Festival and view many screeners in the process. A

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PAUL GROSS: LIVE WEAPONS, HYENA ROAD, AND THE MIDDLE EAST

PAUL GROSS: LIVE WEAPONS, HYENA ROAD, AND THE MIDDLE EAST

Joel Schulz September 28, 2015 0

by Joel Schulz – Publisher Paul Gross and I sat down together at his hotel, on Friday September 25, to discuss the making of his latest production, HYENA ROAD, which was shown at its

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ASSASSIN OF THE ARTS: Is Gordon Dirks Fit to be Education Minister?

ASSASSIN OF THE ARTS: Is Gordon Dirks Fit to be Education Minister?

Joel Schulz April 27, 2015 0

by Joel Schulz – Publisher In September of 2014, the 2015 graduating class of theatre and many music students at Calgary’s Rocky Mountain College should have been returning to complete the final year of

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