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New technologies make Christmas decorating affordable

The Christmas season is upon us, the signs are all around: St. Nick is making appearances in parades and department stores, Christmas carols have been playing since the day after Halloween and houses near and far are ablaze with lights.

Singers take audience around the world

There were times when St. Albert Singers’ music director Criselda Mierau felt she bit off more than she could chew when planning this Saturday’s Christmas concert at the Arden Theatre.

New book shows country kids as they still are

It is meant as a trip down memory lane but reads like it could be about country kids in 2009. Well-known St.
McDades heat up the Arden

McDades heat up the Arden

Considering the Arctic freeze that settled over St. Albert last Friday and Saturday night, it was amazing to see the Arden Theatre filled to near capacity.

Singing Christmas Tree restored

One of the most exciting and anticipated projects of the Christmas season is the second coming of that much-loved Singing Christmas Tree, which opens Friday at the Jubilee Auditorium.
Bell ringers embrace Christmas season

Bell ringers embrace Christmas season

One instrument above all others signals the arrival of Christmas — bells.
Say goodbye to gluten

Say goodbye to gluten

Kathe Beck was sick for 11 years and couldn't figure out why. She was poked, prodded and went through a barrage of tests to solve her malady.

Stockings stuffed with adventure

Books are more than a timeless form of entertainment that wiles away a few hours. They have the power to change lives and point us in a new direction. The Christmas season is a time to reflect and share good times with family and friends.
Armored a decent heist pic

Armored a decent heist pic

Any fan of crime movies is well versed in the high-stakes-heist-gone-awry story. Heat did it best and The Score was pretty good, too. Strangely, the aptly titled The Heist was the most mediocre of the bunch.

Singers ready to unleash holiday cheer

If you’re Getting in the Mood For Christmas, drop by the Arden next Friday night. The St. Albert Singers Mixed Adult Choir, known for their heartfelt joy, stands and delivers a traditional concert of holiday gems.
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