Tag Archives: Jubilee Auditorium

A culture of policy announcements: 30% is a good step

by DJ Kelly January 26, 2008

This morning the provincial government unveiled their much anticipated (at least it was anticipated a year and a half ago) cultural policy. (You can read it here.) I was extremely impressed with the number of people that showed up to the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium. Turnout was such that there were not enough chairs and […]

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We didn’t start the fire

by DJ Kelly November 28, 2007

Last night I was lucky enough to catch the opening night of Movin’ Out, Broadway Across Canada’s latest touring performance, at the Jube. Never heard of Movin’ Out? Me neither, but a little bit of Google “research” shows it is a multiple Tony Award winner from 2003. But the real reason you should pay attention […]

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Lest I forget

by DJ Kelly November 8, 2007

For those of you that don’t know: Remembrance Day is this Sunday. (A little ironic if you forgot, isn’t it?) This a day taken for granted by many in my generation because we’ve never experienced war. I can’t even imagine what it was like to see fathers or sons off on a train or streamliner […]

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