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Cover art for The Rad Dads Show, featuring the title flanked by hearts and thunderbolts, above the words "Radio Free Edmonton"
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Podcast pick: The Rad Dads Show

Sure, Father's Day is over, but dads are worth listening to more than once a year, no? To help you out on that front, consider The Rad Dads Show, a parenting podcast with a punk rock edge that has been talking to inspiring fathers since 2018.

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Emmet Michael accepts the Edmonton Music Prize on March 22
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Awards season brings accolades for Edmonton artists

Local arts are recognized for the Edmonton Music Prize, the Edmonton Film Prize, and at the Country Music Alberta Awards.

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Cover art for The No Normal Podcast, hosted by Oskar Zybart
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Podcast pick: The No Normal Podcast

After a few months away, The No Normal Podcast from New Music Edmonton has returned for a second season of exploring contemporary music and sound art.

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A newspaper clipping with the headline "Canadian music high on '67 plans"
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A moment in history: July 22, 1965

On this day in 1965, Edmonton's public library was building a music collection for its soon-to-be-built new downtown building, we find in our latest vignette suggested by Vintage Edmonton.

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A collection of Brasstactics band members holding instruments
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Music is in the air, pretty much everywhere

Outdoor music series are cropping up on every corner, some at cozy neighbourhood venues, others at bigger downtown spaces such as Churchill Square or the Downtown Farmers Market.

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Weekend agenda

A look at what's coming up this weekend in Edmonton.

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Weekend agenda

A curated selection of events, entertainment, and more for your weekend.

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After 23 years, music mag Penguin Eggs takes its final bow
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After 23 years, music mag Penguin Eggs takes its final bow

Local publisher Roddy Campbell said it's been a "remarkable adventure" to get the magazine out the door each quarter, noting that his team worked to highlight unsung musicians over two decades of coverage of Canada's folk and roots music scene. 

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