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Shows feature works from Mac Hone and Friends, Kim Ennis The latest pair of exhibitions opening at the Mann Art Gallery help trace Saskatchewan’s settler art history through the works of some of the province’s most influential artists. On Nov. 16...
Musicians Joel Rohs and Kayanna Wirtz are mixing two of the things they love most for their next project: live music and couches. It might not be an obvious pairing, but it’s a natural fit for the Prince Albert couple,...
Bombargo, Rosie & the Riveters and Lucy James among nominees for inaugural Saskatchewan Music Awards SaskMusic has unveiled the list of nominees for the inaugural Saskatchewan Music Awards, and some local Prince Albert talent made the list. There are a total...
Band set to play E.A. Rawlinson Centre on Nov. 15 for their last show of 2018 It’s been quite the year for Rosie & the Riveters. The folk-infused trio consisting, of Alexis Normand, Farideh Olsen and Allyson Reigh, have played across...
Members of P.A. band going separate ways to work on other musical projects By Brittney Kent, Herald Contributor All Mighty Voice is movin’ on. The Prince Albert-based band performed on the E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts stage Tuesday to promote the...
Odyssey Productions is putting the finishing touches on a show that has been described by some as Golden Girls rebooted. The comedy, Four Old Broads, tells the story of four residents of a retirement home who figure out that someone...
Prince Albert Community Players set to perform the Odd Couple, female version Many people are familiar with the Odd Couple, Felix Unger and Oscar Madison, two polar opposites forced to live together as roommates as adults, as portrayed in the...
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...

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