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PURE FLIX – a family alternative

by Adrian Prasad With the steady rise and domination of streaming platforms such as YouTube and Netflix, parents today are finding themselves increasingly concerned with the topic of screen time. Along with the question of how much screen time a child should have, there is an added variable of how appropriate is the content provided […]

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat – THEATRE

The Painted Fish Performing Arts Society will present Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s famous musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, April 26-29, and May 3-6, 2018 at the Cite Des Rocheuses Theatre, 4800 Richard Rd. SW, Calgary. Evening performances begin at 7:30 pm and matinees are at 2 pm. This light-hearted look at […]

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I Can Only Imagine – MOVIE

by Ed Hird My wife Janice and I recently went to a great date movie, “I Can Only Imagine”.  Many in Hollywood are amazed at how popular this Lions Gate Studios release is proving to be: #3 already in the box office.  Dennis Quaid, as the best-known actor in the movie, powerfully represented the violent, […]

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As It Is In Heaven closes Fire Exit Theatre season

by Keri Vermeulen The ways in which Christians experience God’s presence are supernatural and celebrated – or are they?  The final play of the season by Fire Exit Theatre, co-produced with Ambrose University, looks not only at the possibility of ecstatic experiences in a tightly knit faith community, but how that is received by the […]

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God’s Not Dead – A light in darkness

Pure Flix, the leading independent faith and family film studio, has announced that God’s Not Dead: a light in darkness, is scheduled to release in Canadian theatres this coming Easter on March 30, 2018. God’s Not Dead: a light in darkness is an inspirational drama that centers on Pastor Dave (David A.R. White) and the […]

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Rosebud Theatre is 35 – Driving Miss Daisy

by Laureen F. Guenther   Rosebud Theatre opens its 35th anniversary season with the Pulitzer Prize-winning Driving Miss Daisy. The play will run April 6 to May 19, in Rosebud’s Opera House. Miss Daisy is an elderly woman who’s just had a car accident, explains Morris Ertman, Rosebud Theatre’s artistic director. “Like lots of people […]

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The Collingsworth Family coming to Calgary and Edmonton

by Alan Phillips   Excitement, spiritual anointing, family-emphasis, and musical excellence are what you can expect to find when you step across the threshold of the auditorium for an ‘Evening of Family Worship and Praise’ with The Collingsworth Family on their Canadian Gospel Music Celebration Spring Concert Tour 2018. Since their first engagement together as […]

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Ice Dragon

A new, faith-based film project will be coming to Cineplex theatres across Canada, March 17 and 18, 2018, titled Ice Dragon – Legend of the Blue Daisies. It’s an animated family film targeting kids 5-12 years old. In this action packed, musical adventure Melody and her new friend Leif live in a peaceful mountain village. When […]

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Music Spotlight

by Peter Fleck Love & The Outcome These Are The Days Embarking on a six-city Alberta tour in March, Love & The Outcome arrives with their latest CD, These Are The Days, nominated for a Juno Award. Fronted by lead singer Jodi King and her husband/bass player Chris Rademaker, the duo originating from Manitoba exude […]

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God’s Not Dead – A light in darkness

Pure Flix, the leading independent faith and family film studio, has announced that God’s Not Dead: a light in darkness, is scheduled to release in Canadian theatres this coming Easter on March 30, 2018. God’s Not Dead: a light in darkness is an inspirational drama that centers on Pastor Dave (David A.R. White) and the […]