2007

  • “Active Observer: Getting Into the Spirit.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Magazine, December/January 2008.
  • “Robert Mirabel: In The Blood.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #11/12, November/December 2007. CD review.
  • “Hip Hop Hoodies: Viva la Guantanamera.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #11/12, November/December 2007. CD review.
  • “BOO! Winnipeg’s famed Hamilton House takes a bow.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2007, Number 45. Interview with Carolyn Gray, author of the playThe Elmwood Visitation.
  • “A tall order: Book attempts to save the tall grass prairies.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2007, Number 45. Interview with Dennis Fast and Barbara Huck, authors of The Land Where the Sky Begins: North America’s Endangered Tall Grass Prairie.
  • “Sowing the seeds of life: Gayton explores connection between people and flora.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2007, Number 45. Interview with Don Gayton, author of Interwoven Wild: An Ecologist Loose in the Garden.
  • “Reaping his rewards: Forgotten “King” gets his due.” Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2007, Number 45. Interview with Jim Shilliday, author of Canada’s Wheat King: The Life and Times of Seager Wheeler.
  • “Imagine the possibilities: Chaput crafts an intricate portrait. Prairie Books Now, Fall/Winter 2007, Number 45. Interview with Simone Chaput, author of the novel A Possible Life.
  • “Active Observer: Food for Thought.” Our Voice Street Magazine, October/November 2007.
  • “Paul Brock & End Scahill: Humdinger.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #10, October 2007. CD review.
  • “A Jewish Presence in the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra.” Yerusha/Heritage (The Jewish Archives & Historical Society of Edmonton & Northern Alberta), Fall 2007, Volume 10, Number 1.
  • “Go Gothic: Year-round Sanctuary with Stand Out Appeal.” Where Edmonton, September/October 2007.
  • “Active Observer: Pens Give Power to the People.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Magazine, August/September 2007.
  • “It’s chilly out there: Interpersonal dynamics at the core of speculative novel.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2007, Number 44. Interview with Nicole Luiken, author of the young adult novel Frost.
  • “A splash of colour: Author shows things aren’t always black and white.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2007, Number 44. Interview with Marj Toews, author of the children’s book Black-and-White Blanche.
  • “Monkey Business: Novel examines conflict between art and pop culture.” Prairie Books Now, Summer 2007, Number 44. Interview with Corey Redekop, author of thenovel Shelf Monkey.
  • “Somi: Red Soil In My Eyes.”Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #8/9, August/September 2007. CD review.
  • “Secret Voices: No Time For Silence.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #8/9, August/September 2007. CD review.
  • “Order of Canada Honours Community Members.” Heritage (The Jewish Archives & Historical Society of Edmonton & Northern Alberta), Summer 2007. Volume 9, Number 3.
  • “Active Observer: Disability Issues Affect Us All.” Our Voice Street Magazine, June/July 2007. Feature story.
  • “Access Denied: Lack of Access for the Disabled a City-wide Problem.” Our Voice Street Magazine, June/July 2007. Feature story.
  • “Matisyahu: No Place to Be.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #7, July 2007. CD review.
  • “Memorial for the Homeless.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Magazine, April/May 2007.
  • “Active Observer: Living as a Woman.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Magazine, April/May 2007.
  • “It’s a jungle out there: Coyotes, deer, and jackrabbits reluctant Edmontonians.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2007, Number 43. Interview with Ross W. Wein, editor of Coyotes Still Sin in My Valley: Conserving Biodiversity in a Northern City.
  • “Bridging the generation gap: Author hopes to foster a love of reading.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2007, Number 43. Interview with David Bouchard, author of Nokum is My Teacher.
  • “Pass the Lampshade: Kupecek rebels against traditional party planning.” Prairie Books Now, Spring 2007, Number 43. Interview with Linda Kupecek, author of The Rebel Cook: Entertaining Advice for the Clueless.
  • “Ricky Martin: Unplugged.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #4, April 2007. CD review.
  • “Erin McKeown: Sing You Sinners.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #4, April 2007. CD review.
  • “Nickel Creek: Reasons Why (The Very Best).” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #3, March 2007. CD review.
  • “Tanglefoot: Dance Like Flames.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #3, March 2007. CD review.
  • “High-Ranking Jewish Officers at the University of Alberta.” Heritage (The Jewish Archives & Historical Society of Edmonton & Northern Alberta), Winter 2007. Volume 9, Number 2.
  • “Various Artists: One World, Many Cultures.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #2, February 2007. CD review.
  • “Hoven Droven: Jumping At The Cedar.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #2, February 2007. CD review.
  • “Homelessness in Times of Prosperity: The Alberta Irony.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Magazine, February 2007.
  • “A Brief History of Crystal Meth.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Magazine, February 2007.
  • “Active Observer: Addictions Have No Boundaries.” Our Voice: Edmonton’s Street Magazine, February 2007.
  • “Various Artists: Sugar Hill Revords: A Retrospective.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #1, January 2007. CD review.
  • “Terry Oldfield: Reiki Harmony.”Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #1, January 2007. CD review.
  • “The Duhks: Migrations.” Global Rhythm, Volume XVI, #1, January 2007. CD review.
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