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Costumes, props and interactive elements bring the comic book world to life

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Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes features more than 300 artifacts, including some of Marvel’s most iconic and sought-after pages, costumes, and props. Spectacular artifacts to thrill both avid collectors, and casual fans—while immersive set pieces, soundscapes, and interactive elements bring the comic book world to life!

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The exhibition debuts during Marvel’s 80th anniversary year and 10th anniversary of Marvel Cinematic Universe, and chronicles the story of Marvel and its influence on visual culture, while also uncovering the narratives of individual characters such as Captain Marvel, Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Doctor Strange.

Exhibition Highlights:

  • Interactive elements including the opportunity to travel through the mysterious mirror dimension of Doctor Strange, digitally transform into Iron Man, and pose for selfies alongside life-size representations of Black Panther, Spider-Man, and other iconic Marvel characters.
  • A fully immersive design with life-size scenes straight from the comic world.
  • Rare, hand-drawn images of iconic heroes such as Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Captain America—by the artists who first designed them.
  • Concept sketches, props, and costumes celebrating the 10th anniversary of Marvel Studios.

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Listen: Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Manager Brent Lavallee on his journey to the pro game

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This week Jordan Blundell and Dean Millard dove into how the Astros have blown up. Suspensions, firings and more to come. Their 2017 and 2019 titles will now have an asterisk beside them for all time. The scheme included garbage cans and recording equipment.

The Houston Astros sign stealing scandal is one of the biggest MLB has ever had.

We also chatted with new Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Manager Brent Lavallee about his new job with the Toronto Blue Jays, his old job at LSUS (including one very memorable night) and youth baseball in North Delta, BC.

Jordan gave us the lowdown on his winter signings and if you entered our Ultimate Sports Passes contest, you’ll want to tune in.

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Police Service Dog collars catalytic converter thief

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From the Edmonton Police Service

Canine PSD member helps collar catalytic converter thief

The Edmonton Police Service continues to investigate catalytic converter thefts across the city, which have climbed to an estimated 500 reports since the beginning of October 2019.

Just this past week alone, another 55 new occurrences were reported to police. Early Thursday morning, (Jan. 2), West Division patrol officers responded to a theft of vehicle call in progress near 94 Avenue and 152 Street.

Police Service Dog “Bady” was subsequently deployed, and was able to establish a track to the rear of a nearby residence at 93 Avenue and 148 Street. Officers and PSD Bady located a male suspect coming out from under a motorhome. Arnold Boutin, 27, was taken into custody and charged with mischief (x2), possession of B&E tools, possession of a controlled substance.

Over the Christmas holidays, EPS members also arrested a trio of prolific property crime suspects following a pair of catalytic converter thefts on Dec. 29, 2019.

Kristopher Peter, 37, Vassilios Plougaris, 55, and Mark Johnston, 32, were followed to Leduc where they were witnessed cutting off the catalytic converter of a F-350 in a residential neighborhood. Another catalytic converter from a motor home was also located inside the suspect vehicle, during a vehicle stop upon their return to Edmonton.

The most common vehicles being targeted for catalytic converter thefts are SUVs –Honda & Hyundai, vans such as Ford E-Series, and Ford F-Series trucks. A total of 35 per cent of incidents occurred overnight involving vehicles parked predominantly in commercial parking lots, followed by residential (apartment) parking lots.

Anyone with information regarding catalytic converter thefts or the suspects associated to these crimes is asked to contact the EPS at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a mobile phone. Anonymous information can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.p3tips.com/250

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