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Oil and water usually don’t mix, but the combination has proven successful for one local art group. Shades of Oil and Water is the latest show from the Oil and Water Art group, and it’s now on display at Amy’s...
Paul-Emile L’Heureux may have found woodworking kind of by accident, but that hasn’t slowed down the retired teacher, especially during those frigid winter months. L’Heureux is an organic farmer in White Fox, Sask. In 2000, he had broken his leg,...
Warren Mack playing refurbished St. Alban's organ Friday When he was 15 years old, Warren Mack was invited to an organ recital at All Saints Cathedral in Edmonton. Mack had no musical training, but he came out of that recital knowing...
Whether drawn from personal experience or something he’s seen, Dave Margoshes is back with his first poetry anthology in eight years It has been eight years since the last time Dave Margoshes released a poetry collection. The author was in Prince...
With the Boreal Bistro’s impending closure, Off the Cuff will soon have a new home for their interactive dinner shows. But first, there’s time for one last Boreal Bistro medieval feast. This time, though, it’s a little different. “The others followed the...
It may be only her second film, but Saskatchewan-based filmmaker Carli Robertson isn’t easing herself into the medium. Robertson is currently in the process of producing her second film, and her first full-length feature, titled Run Wolf, Run. Robertson, who recently...
After spending years immersed in Prince Albert’s arts scene, Roxanne Dicke is ready to face a new challenge. Dicke, who has spent more than 20 years as an arts educator, administrator and director, was named the new general manager of...
A well-travelled local artist is hoping to bring a bit of an international flair to Prince Albert’s downtown with the hope of helping people rediscover the district. Gail Carlson is the person behind the new, monthly downtown art walk. The first...
After tackling comedies like Four Weddings and an Elvis and The Dixie Swim Club, Odyssey Productions is ready to head in a new direction. The Prince Albert theatre company is set to tackle one of their most challenging plays yet:...
Blue-collar comedian coming back to P.A. bringing small town flair to big stage show Derek Edwards is a blue-collar comic. The long-time stand-up comedian from Timmins, Ont., is making his return to Prince Albert on Friday, June 8, a city he...

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