1993 and Prior

  • “Education: And the Walls Came Tumbling Down . . .” Edmonton Jewish News, Volume 3, Number 10, December 1993/5754. Commentary on an anti-Semitic incident involving the university newspaper.
  • “Scene Makers: Indo-Canadian Women’s Association.” The Women’s Paper, Volume 1, Number 8, December 1993.
  • “Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Greatest Hits; Frank Sinatra: Duets; Various Artists: Stone Free — A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix.” SEE Magazine, December 1 – December 15, 1993. Album reviews.
  • “Weird Al Yankovic: Alapalooza; EYC: Express Yourself Clearly.” SEE Magazine, November 17 – 30, 1993. Album reviews.
  • “Gone Gaywire: Air-borne cooldom and a bite where it irks.” Feature. SEE Magazine, December 1 – 16, 1993.
  • “Various Artists: Land; Warrior Soul: Chill Pill; Dear God: Wired; Lawrence Martin: Wapistan.” SEE Magazine, December 15 – 29, 1993. Album reviews
  • “Scene Makers: Changing Together.” The Women’s Paper, Volume 1, Number 8, October 1993.
  • “A taste of the Bohemian life: Puccini’s opera to hit the Jube.” SEE Magazine, November 17 – 30, 1993.
  • “The Lemonheads: Come On Feel; Twilight Rituals: Nasca Runway; Ric Ocasek: Quick Change World; Marshall Tully: The Heat of the Sun; Adam & Kris: In the Garden; Hater: Hater.” SEE Magazine, November 3 – 17, 1993. Album reviews.
  • “Henry Lee Summer: Slamdunk.” SEE Magazine, October 20 – November 5, 1993. Album review.
  • “Star from China: Li-Ping Zhang, thriving in Canadian opera.” SEE Magazine, October 6 – October 20, 1993.
  • “Scene Makers: Women of the Mètis Nation.” The Women’s Paper, Volume 1, Number 7, September, 1993.
  • “Great pipes on Sundays at 3.” SEE Magazine, September 22 – October 6, 1993.
  • “Women’s Issues Critic Named.” The Women’s Paper, Volume 1, Number 6, August 1993.
  • “Suffer the children: City changes to child care subsidies have closed out one out-of-school care centre, enraged the owners of several others, and upset parents. The City calls the changes ‘streamlining.’ Parents have another word for it.” Incite. SEE Magazine, August 25 – September 1, 1993. With Charles Mandel.
  • “Icy Fingers: Icy Fingers.” SEE Magazine, August 25 – September 1, 1993. Album review.
  • “Issues: Gay teens come out: Teens talk sexual orientation at Pink Triangle Youth Group.” Incite. SEE Magazine, July 28 – August 11, 1993.
  • Zoot Capri Kaput” & “Editorial: Former advisory member laments Zoot’s demise.” SEE Magazine, July 14 – July 28, 1993.
  • “On new ground: The opera cracks its stereotype.” SEE Magazine, June 30 – July 14, 1993. Preview of My Fair Lady.
  • SEE notes: Wake of the flood . . . ” SEE Magazine, June 2 – June 15, 1993. Preview of the Edmonton Opera’s Noye’s Fludde.
  • “Lizard.” The Gateway, Thursday, January 7, 1993. Album review of Ridin’ High by Robert Palmer.
  • “Had Enough?” The Gateway, Thursday, December 3, 1992. Short personal commentary on the music of 1992.
  • “Getting into the Mood.” The Gateway, Tuesday, November 24, 1992. Review of Moody Blues concert, with photo.
  • “The Last Wild Sons: The Heart of the Workin’ Man.” The Gateway, Thursday, November 5, 1992. Album review.
  • “Bad art? Art Dump Exhibition/Party.” The Gateway, Tuesday, November 10, 1992.
  • “The Moody Blues, with guest.” The Gateway, Tuesday, November 10, 1992. Concert preview.
  • “Get Moody with the Blues: Veteran cosmic rockers to touch down in Edmonton.” The Gateway, Thursday, October 29, 1992. Concert preview.
  • “Jethro Tull: A little light music.” The Gateway, Thursday, October 22, 1992. Concert preview.
  • “Women-only law group: Female lawyers find ‘their own voice’.” The Gateway, Tuesday, October 20, 1992.
  • “Your wildest dreams are realized.” The Gateway, Thursday, October 15, 1992. Moody Blues concert preview.
  • “Enter into the floating world with Ukiyo-E.” The Gateway, Tuesday, September 15, 1992. Visual art.
  • “Strange Days: Live from the Dungeon ’92.” The Gateway, Tuesday, September 15, 1992. Album review.
  • “Chris Whitley under the microscope.” The Gateway, Thursday, April 9, 1992.
  • “Buffy Sainte-Marie: Coincidence and Likely Stories.” The Gateway, Thursday, April 9, 1992. Album review.
  • “Edmonton folkdance ensemble offers accurate entertainment.” The Gateway, Tuesday, April 17, 1992. Interview with a member of the Vinok Folkdance Ensemble.
  • “Sass Jordan: Racine; Eric Clapton: Rush Soundtrack.” The Gateway, Tuesday, March 31, 1992. Album reviews.
  • “MSG: MSG.” The Gateway, Tuesday, March 24, 1992. Album review.
  • “Encounter of the last kind: Encounters IV at Convocation Hall.” The Gateway, Thursday, March 19, 1992.
  • “Trapped Like Rats: Shadowland.” The Gateway, Thursday, March 12, 1992. Album review.
  • “Levitation: Coterie.” The Gateway, Tuesday, March 10, 1992. Album review.
  • “Accomplished academy concert.” The Gateway, Thursday, March 5, 1992.
  • “Blues legend this weekend: Buddy Guy.” The Gateway, Thursday, February 13, 1992.
  • “International music festival reigns this week.” The Gateway, Tuesday, February 4, 1992.
  • “Jethro Tull: Catfish Rising.” The Gateway, Thursday, January 30, 1992. Album review.
  • “Organist offers free concert Wednesday at noon in Con Hall.” The Gateway, Thursday, January 21, 1992.
  • “Robbie Robertson: Storyville.” The Gateway, Thursday, January 16, 1992. Album review.
  • “Christmas Gift List.” The Getaway, Thursday, December 12, 1991. Humour.
  • “A Mozartmania mosey.” The Gateway, Thursday, November 21, 1991.
  • “Attacking the victim.” The Gateway, Tuesday, November 5, 1991. Opinion.
  • “It’s tradition: Simple Gifts – Joys and Sorrows.” The Gateway, Tuesday, December 3, 1991.
  • “Van Morrison: Hymns to the Silence.” The Gateway, Thursday, November 7, 1991. Album review.
  • “Regarding the body image: The Famine Within.” The Gateway, Halloween, 1991.
  • “Tom Cochrane: Mad Mad World.” The Gateway, Halloween, 1991. Album review.
  • “1-4 the record almost.” The Gateway, Tuesday, October 29, 1991. Album review of Leisure by Blur.
  • “The Smithereens: Blow Up.” The Gateway, Thursday, October 10, 1991. Album review.
  • “Can’t get in the Mood.” The Gateway, Tuesday, September 24, 1991. Album review of Keys to the Kingdom by The Moody Blues.
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