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The Creative Stitchers Guild is hoping to show off some of its body of work while showing the public some of the different kinds of things that can be done with needlework during its annual show on now at...
After several hours entertaining guests, artist Ramona Swift-Thiessen is ready for a break. There’s nothing unusual about an entertainer needing a quick rest at the end of a show. What is unusual is that Swift-Thiessen isn’t a singer or a...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Playing in Prince Albert on the Honkytonks and Dive Bar Tour felt different for drummer Chad Melchert and guitarist Robin Pelletier. They met while growing up in the city back in their early teens—when their air was...
An accomplished Métis filmmaker, cultural worker and educator from Duck Lake is being recognized for her contributions to the provincial art scene. Marjorie Beaucage was named the 2018 artistic excellence award recipient last weekend at the Saskatchewan Arts Awards. Beaucage has...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald In an effort to educate and advocate about society's harsh realities, Prince Albert-born Ali Fedrau decided to fill pages upon pages with her experiences. Dealing with bullying in her adolescence before battling an eating disorder for eight...
Canadian band set to play E.A. Rawlinson Centre Nov. 1 Brad Merritt has played thousands of shows in hundreds of venues over the past 38 years. For the bassist, one of the founding members of Canadian pop/rock band 54-40, no two...
For Matt Remenda, playing an album release party in Prince Albert was the right thing to do. Remenda, bandleader, guitarist and vocalist of the Matt Remenda Ensemble, lives in Saskatoon. But he grew up in Prince Albert. It’s where, at...

40 years of memories

It was 1979 and a group of Prince Albert art students were looking to stage their first exhibit. They didn’t have any money and they didn’t have any fixed location to show their work, but they had drive, determination and...
A relative newcomer to the Prince Albert music scene will be teaming up with a Ness Creek favourite to put on a rocking Halloween show next Saturday. Rymestone, made up of singer/songwriter Emma Anderson and All Mighty Voice alumni Ian...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald For the Prince Albert Concert Band's director, Canada's symbols of Tim Hortons, maple syrup and cold weather have exceptional composers hiding behind them. On Sunday, the band is putting on 'Oh! Canada,' a show consisting of works...

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