Six years after Every Time I Die initially graced the citizens of Thunder Bay with their presence at the Community Auditorium opening for Alexisonfire, the band returned on their headlining tour to rock the stage at Crocks on Feb. 28.
Who will see our work? Joy Parsons Lakehead’s Visual Arts Department has been busy preparing works to be judged by the faculty and select works will be displayed at the upcoming Art Gallery Juried Show. But what happens to the pieces that don’t make the extremely selective cut every year? The vast majority sit in [...]
Cambrian Players hits the stage with flair Amanda McAlpine Arts and Culture Editor Two American girls and a few crazy Italian men—if this doesn’t make for comedic theatre, I don’t know what else does. John Patrick’s hilarious comedy Roman Conquest was recently put on by Thunder Bay’s Cambrian Players. This is a story about two [...]
“Amy, I can’t believe you dragged me to this, I don’t even like live music!” my friend, who we’ll call Steph, said as we entered the Study for Loopy Leap Year — a show featuring Jean-Paul DeRoover and special guests Ocean City Defender, Jamie Smith of the Auditor General, and Illusions from the Bates Brothers.
Does The Tea Party still know how to rock and roll after a five year absence? The answer is absolutely, as the three-man band from Toronto showed at Roxy’s Nightclub on Thursday.
To see Jean-Paul De Roover perform live is to witness a strange juxtaposition of the simple and the complex, as the audience at The Study saw on Friday evening.