NaNoWriMo a Thrilling Opportunity for Budding Novelists

BY KIRANDEEP SINGH Interested in writing a book but lack the time to properly commit? National Novel Writing Month (also known as NaNoWriMo) provides writers the motivation to write and finish a book within a month. NaNoWriMo takes place in the month of November and helps writers stay on track at no cost. The organization… Read More NaNoWriMo a Thrilling Opportunity for Budding Novelists

Brian Goldman’s Perspective on the Importance of Kindness to be Shared in a Visit to the Camrose Public Library

BY KIRANDEEP SINGH Dr. Brian Goldman will be visiting the Camrose Public LIbrary this November to discuss his new book, The Power of Kindness: Why Empathy Is Essential in Everyday Life. Goldman is an emergency physician, author, public speaker, as well as a radio host. His book, The Power of Kindness focuses on the search… Read More Brian Goldman’s Perspective on the Importance of Kindness to be Shared in a Visit to the Camrose Public Library

Ducks, Guns, and Writer’s Block

Augustana’s Major Drama Production Kicks Off by JENNY GREEN This semester, the Augustana theatre sets its stage to not one, but two theatrical productions! Amy Sutton’s “A Human Write” plans on captivating audiences as does newly commissioned piece, “I Shot a Duck” by Edmonton playwright, Jason Chinn. Since the beginning of the winter semester, twenty… Read More Ducks, Guns, and Writer’s Block

The Eighth Annual Nordlys Film Festival – A Great Success

By JENNY GREEN From February 17-19, the eighth Nordlys Film and Arts Festival kicked off not only reading week, but Family Day Weekend as well. An annual event that has become a tradition in Camrose, the film festival was once known as the Pretty Hill Film Festival as it originates in Pretty Hill, Alberta. Now… Read More The Eighth Annual Nordlys Film Festival – A Great Success