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Emma Anderson Daily Herald Contributor Prince Albert’s Soulfather opened the night for the Fortune Killers Thursday evening at the Rock Trout Café with expressions about locality. Soulfather’s two members, Abraham Lancaster and Stephen Williams, expressed enthusiasm for local support, local music and...
Tenille Arts’ trophy cabinet just keeps getting more and more crowded. The 23-year-old from Weyburn came into Saturday night’s Saskatchewan Country Music Association (SCMA) Awards show with an industry leading five nominations and didn’t leave disappointed. By the end of the...
For a pair of guest artists at the Aurora Art Group Show held over the weekend, the event was an important opportunity to get their work out there. In addition to the regular members of the Aurora Art Group, three...
Play to depict old cons showing corrupt mayor new tricks This week’s production of the Robin Hood Caper put on by the Prince Albert Community Players will highlight a handful of firsts. The comedy, written by Fred Carmichael, consists of a...
Dozens of delicious cookies and a trio of talented singers will be on display for the 11th straight year this Sunday. The annual Arioso concert, a fundraiser for Grandmothers for Grandmothers, is a partnership between the Arioso trio (Linda Jensen,...
For almost 10 years, Logan Cook has made the journey down to Prince Albert with his classmates for the 2018 Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) Fine Arts Festival. It started as a fun trip with friends to hang out, meet...
Juried high school art show at Mann provides window to teen artists’ lives There are always a variety of styles, techniques and topics depicted at the annual Mann Art Gallery Juried High School Art Show, and this year’s edition is...
It’s a crowded space at the On the Avenue mini gallery this month. But it’s a good thing. This month, instead of highlighting one of the 46 artists who belong to the gallery, the space is highlighting each of them....
When Kelly Yost looks at nature she sees the unexpected. Whether it’s flowers or storm clouds or sunsets, Yost loves the unpredictable part of the great outdoors. It has provided inspiration as well as enjoyment for her contribution to Studio...
If you like Twilight, you won’t like Memoirs of a Nocturnal Mind. The main character in the debut offering from Prince Albert author Mac Acimowin doesn’t sparkle in the sunlight. He’s not that into romance with a teenage girl. He’s...

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