1996

  • “Boozehounds benefit for fallen friend.” Music. VUE Weekly, December 12 – December 18, 1996. Preview of Boozehounds gig.
  • “Bears move to different beats.” Pop/Rock. VUE Weekly, November 21-November 27, 1996. Preview of Moving Bears show.
  • “Marking the Arctic Landscape: Sketches of Northern Explorers.” History. Prairie Books Now, Winter 1996, Number 12. Interview with Richard C. Davis, author of Lobsticks and Stone Cairns.
  • “Consequences of Religion: Sociological view of a missionary order.” History. Prairie Books Now, Winter 1996, Number 12. Interview with Raymond Huel, author of Proclaiming the Gospel to the Indians and the Métis.
  • “Women and the noose” Canadian women face the gallows.” History. Prairie Books Now, Winter 1996, Number 12. Interview with Frank W. Anderson, author of A Dance with Death.
  • “Web Site Review: Children’s Literature Web Guide.” Voices, Volume 12, Number 1, November 1996.
  • “A tribute in poetry: Canadian novel inspired poet to find her own unique voice.” Calgary Herald, Thursday, October 17, 1996. Interview with poet Lorna Crozier.
  • “Go west, young band.” Industry. VUE Weekly, November 7 – November 13, 1996. Article about the 1997 Music West Festival.
  • “De Burgh’s musical know-how.” Pop/Rock. VUE Weekly, September 26 – October 2, 1996. Review of Chris De Burgh concert.
  • “The novel as therapy: Author punches through cycle of abuse.” Fiction. Prairie Books Now, Summer 1996, Number 11. Interview with Sarah Murphy, author of Connie Many Stories.
  • “Getting a Stone to talk: Ted Stone mines rich vein of Prairie history and wit.” Non-fiction. Prairie Books Now, Summer 1996, Number 11. Interview with Ted Stone, author of Alberta History along the Highway and Cowboy Logic: The Wit & Wisdom of the West.
  • “Dead guys still alive.” Folk. VUE Weekly, August 8 – August 14, 1996. “A Night of Reckoning” show preview from the Folk Fest.
  • “Blues legend gives out advice.” Blues. VUE Weekly, July 4 – July 10, 1996. Amos Garrett CD release party preview.
  • “Folk Fest roster looks strong for ’96.” Folk. VUE Weekly, June 6 – June 12, 1996.
  • “Canadian cowboys not so wild: Uncovering the truth under the rough and tumble myth.” Non-fiction. Prairie Books Now, Spring 1996, Number 10. Interview with Hugh Dempsey, author of The Golden Age of the Canadian Cowboy.
  • “Our national parks’ secret history: Labor camp story only beginning to be told.” Non-fiction. Prairie Books Now, Spring 1996, Number 10. Interview with Bill Waiser, author of Park Prisoners.
  • “Preston and the Buicks.” Alternative. VUE Weekly, May 9 – May 15, 1996. Interview with The Buicks.
  • “Roddy Doyle finds humor and strength in difficult subject.” Calgary Herald, April 29, 1996. Review of The Woman who Walked into Doors.
  • “Tenor talent showcase.” Classical. VUE Weekly, April 18 – April 24, 1996. Interview with Robert King of Pro Coro Canada.
  • “Harris wrecks tradition.” Country. VUE Weekly, March 28 – April 3, 1996. Interview with Emmylou Harris.
  • “Classic Rock meets Symphony in Jeans and Classics.” Signature, March 1996, Volume 12, Number 6. Program of Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.
  • “Opera bats .400.” Theatre. VUE Weekly, March 14 – March 20, 1996. Preview of Die Fledermaus.
  • “Champs skate to town.” Sports. VUE Weekly, February 22 – February 28, 1996.
  • “Brand new motions.” Dance. VUE Weekly, February 22 – February 28, 1996. Preview of Dance Nouveau show.
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