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Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald “That's the beauty in small communities—when they come together, they're pretty powerful, just like their own little nucleus of what is good in the world.” - Janice Trudel The Trudel Family is using their soft country sound...
Prince Albert’s first couch and music festival has its first confirmed act. On Monday, Chesterfest announced its inaugural headliner, The Dead South, a bluegrass band from Regina. The Dead South has headlined the Ness Creek Festival and won a 2018 Juno...
Storytelling has always come easy for Carrie Stene. The Prince Albert teacher said it’s a way to deal with stress. When she moved to Prince Albert, looking for a new start, she started writing a novel. Looking for mentorship, she...
A Prince Albert artist and social worker is hoping her latest exhibition encourages people to take a second look at those they would otherwise look past. In the Margins, which has previously been displayed in other Saskatchewan cities, including at...
Brittney Kent, Herald contributor The SCFPA, la société canadienne française de PA, is the Canadian French Society of P.A. They are located downtown at 29 - 11th St E and they organize a variety of events held each Friday at...
The 2019 Mann Art Gallery Winter Festival Show has its guest curator. The Gallery announced Friday that Saskatoon’s Michael Peterson would be the guest curator for the 43rd annual show, which opens on Feb. 8, 2019. Peterson, a printmaker, runs Void...

Students step up

Every musical production comes with its share of challenges, but even the most experienced Broadway North performers and stagehands weren’t prepared for this one. The local theatre company was less than a month away from their opening night performance of...
Washboard Union might not be your typical country music band. The band originally formed in Vancouver, as Run GMC, established as a tongue-in-cheek joke to themselves. They wanted to get together as a band and sing songs that had stories...
The E.A. Rawlinson Centre is bringing choice, diversity and local talent to the stage for its Winter-spring season. The lineup for January to May was announced at the E.A. Rawlinson Preview night Wednesday. It features rock, country, classical and even comedy...
Show opens at St. Mary auditorium on Nov. 21 Upstage Productions is opening doors for its young actors this week. The St. Mary High School theatre company is putting on the Ken Ludwig award-winning play Lend Me a Tenor. Opening at...

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