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The provincial government declared a state of public health emergency on Sept. 15 and announced new COVID-19 restrictions, including measures that apply to indoor gatherings, entertainment venues, and performance activities.
This September marks the third annual Month of the Artist in the province, as the local arts and entertainment industry adjusts to what the return of COVID-19 restrictions(https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-public-health-actions.aspx) means for creative workers in Alberta.
This year marks the EAC's 25th anniversary and it's celebrating with a city-wide scavenger hunt that encourages citizens to interact with local art every day, be it by seeking out public sculptures, checking out albums by homegrown talent, or sharing thoughts about prolific arts producers online.
Podcaster and local personality Carrie Doll recently celebrated her 50th birthday with her inner circle of listeners and guests. In a special bonus episode, she shared 10 life lessons from her five decades on earth.
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In recent years, the identity of the Old Strathcona area has evolved into one with distinctive visual appeal care of the plentiful murals that are increasingly taking up wall space. Hence the new District Whyte Mural Map and tour programs.