Author: Laura Chalk

Oz Going Down Under (Water).

Timing is certainly not my strong suit. I chose one very interesting time to pay a visit to my homeland, Australia. Over December and this first part of January we have experienced forest fires on the west coast, flooding in...

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Heroes and Villains Review

For classical music skeptics I would like to say this: I was surprised by how much fun I had on Saturday night at the Heroes and Villains concert at the Regina Symphony. Now perhaps this is because I am a bit of a nerd and the...

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Aussie’s First Folk Festival

At dusk on Saturday, Caracol’s folky accoustic-pop tunes mingled with the last of the day’s sunshine. I’d had a very shit day, so when she announced her next song was for anyone who had had a bad day, I sat back,...

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Stories to Save the World

Wednesday night saw me at a creative writing workshop run by Calgary’s James Davidge. Davidge has authored several books and graphic novels (you may have heard of The Dutchess Ranch of Old John Ware), concerned with themes...

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Regina Fringe Festival Review

SHOW: INFINITY LIVE PRODUCTIONS: A DAY IN THE LIFE OF MISS HICCUP VENUE: ST. MARY’S ANGLICAN CHURCH SCHEDULE: JULY 3 at 7.30 p.m.; JULY 4 at 9.15 p.m.; JULY 5 at 3.30 p.m.; JULY 6 at 5.15 p.m. RATING: 3/5 Welcome to the...

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No Cable Causes Chaos

During a recent, brief stint working at one of the better cable companies here in Regina, I encountered a moment of confusion and despair. Amid wind storms that swept through the province late last week, we were inundated with...

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