Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Putting a Face on Calgary’s Past

Alberta Champions Society unveils first “Field of Fame” Calgary, AB – On May 20th, the  Alberta Champions Society unveiled six monuments to pay posthumous tribute to some of the greatest Albertans who ever lived, five prominent men and one woman, who helped shape our city, our province and our nation. The unveiling is set for […]

An evening of wine…and great heart

TORONTO The United States Consul General cordially invites you to uncork California’s sunshine in a bottle at the 2010 California Wine Fair. And as if FABULOUS wine weren’t enough,  iconic rockers Nickelback and Three Days Grace have thrown in a little song, by way of signed guitars they are donating for the Silent Auction. Tom […]

Singing out against homelessness

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Elaine Overholt and Jack Lenz in concert Entertainment Icons and W Network’s “Big Voice” Divas Give back through song Intimate one-night only event will benefit day club for senior homeless men Only 112 tickets are available for Big Hearts, Big Night! Presented by Lenz Entertainment, an intimate evening of song and entertainment featuring Elaine Overholt, […]

The Unveiling

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Leah Lambert Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and author Michael Colgrass is no slouch – so when he gushes and glows over a book, you know it’s worth reading. The Unveiling, a new book by first time author Leah Lambert is garnering all kinds of praise from all kinds of important people. Lambert is a dear family […]

The Day of the Homeless

Media Advisory for The Day of the Homeless.

Day of the Homeless

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Ray May, an organizer of The Day of the Homeless and Good Neighbours’ Club member There are some extraordinary men who pass their days at The Good Neighbours’ Club,Some held responsible jobs or were professionals. Many had families they lost along the way. Members of the Good Neighbours’ Club come from all walks of life […]

Actor/Singer/Journalist

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Will the new reality see journalists living like starving artists? Go to any coffee shop and you’re bound to meet at least one day-jobber, someone doing something to pay the bills while they self-fund their true calling. They are actors and painters and poets and screenplay writers, all in vocations their parents wish they’d abandon […]