Foster to bring Phenomenal show to Canmore
After a decade in the music business, some artists would be content to rest on their laurels, soak up the tributes and stay within their comfort zone artistically. (Jul 25 2007)
Artist inspired by wildlife, wild spaces
When Canmore sculptor Tom Hjorleifson needs inspiration, he turns his eye to Canada's wildlife and wild spaces (Jul 25 2007)
Canadian Alpine Journal turns 100
The editor of Canada's second-oldest periodical, which turned 100 this year, says the treasure trove of articles that have appeared in the Canadian Alpine Journal over the past century is a gift to Canada and, more importantly, to Canadian climbing. (Jul 25 2007)
Mountain place names book includes weighty and whimsical
Fable, Fingerboard, Sugarloaf, Sugarplum, Jigger and Job.
Some books are meant for serious, sit up straight and pay attention reading, while others are meant for having fun wiling away a long drive, or waiting out an August snowstorm in a cozy alpine hut. (Jul 25 2007)
Canmore singer/songwriter working on musical career
With a degree in religious studies now under his belt and with initials ready to be engraved on a business card, Canmore's Jamie Carrick has now embarked on his career.
Not, though, in a particularly religious field, but as a folk singer/songwriter. Carrick, who has lived in Canmore most of his life, developed an early interest in music by, like many youngsters, taking piano lessons in his hometown. (Jul 25 2007)