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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...
Bead-in workshops and artist talks help share message of fall exhibition beyond the gallery’s walls A final beading workshop and a third and fourth artist talk Saturday capped off what has been a community-focused fall exhibition for the Mann Art...
Colours are the first thing Shirley Markell notices when she views the new Studio 1010 Fall Art Show and Sale. Whether it’s watercolours or acrylic, oils or pastels, Markell sees a wave of vibrant reds and greens and purples placed...
oldest art groups is gearing up for one of it’s biggest shows yet. The 40th annual Kyla Art Show and Sale will take over the E.A. Rawlinson Centre and Mann Art Gallery on Sunday, October 28 from 7:30 – 10...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Giggles and amazement filled a school gym Wednesday morning as students watched a fused performance of First Nations hoop dancing and North American hip hop. Elementary students at King George Community School sat on the gym floor...
Local singer LJ Tyson’s newest release is only a week old, but it’s already outperforming all expectations. The music video for Hide, the latest release off of Tyson’s upcoming LP, was posted to Youtube Sunday. It’s already tallied over 3,500...
From Southeast Asia to Scandinavia to the United States to Toronto to Saskatchewan, Jebunnessa Chapola has kept her mother language close to her heart. As a professional singer in her native Bangladesh, Chapola learned to perform a wide variety of...
Ian Toews has filmed in some harsh weather conditions during his time as a documentary filmmaker, but nothing like what he endured for his most recent offering. Toews, a Gemini Award-winning director, has braved the elements making films about everything...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Three years after Michael Holmes began photographing Prince Albert National Park's beauty, his work was published for the world to see. The 51-year-old started snapping photos of a variety of wildlife there in August 2015. “From otters to...

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