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Odyssey Productions finds humour in confusion in Neil Simon’s Rumors Actor Trent Gillespie was first introduced to the play Rumors, a 1988 farce by American playwright Neil Simon, when he was in college. Now he’s getting the chance to revisit...
P.A.’s piano man is returning to the Rawlinson Friday evening with the classic sounds of the music of Billy Joel. For just the second time, Mike Langlois will be stepping out of the background to headline a show at the Rawlinson. “We...
Canada 150 community art project painted by hundreds of P.A. residents Prince Albert’s contribution to the Canada 150 Mosaic Mural art project was unveiled at the Alfred Jenkins Field House on Friday afternoon. The eight-by-eight-foot mural is composed of 450 four-by-four...

Ready to rock

A new Prince Albert Winter Festival is set to begin. Later tonight, 12 singers and six band members will kick off the first ever Rock Show Experience at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre. The show was designed to give music lovers something...
Paddockwood country singer Larry Krause performs “rare” Prince Albert concert Larry Krause doesn’t get the chance to perform in Prince Albert very often. The Paddockwood-based country singer has been nurturing a following in Southern Saskatchewan and throughout Alberta “cowboy country,” but...
Levi Highway, who's had a stutter since his school years, uses square dancing and jigging as a form of expression
City taking submissions for public art installation in Kinsmen Park The City of Prince Albert is looking for a Saskatchewan artist to create the first work of public art under its new Public Art Policy. This week Prince Albert City Council...
Prince Albert singer qualifies for regional round of CBC music competition When Erika Rybinski was young her mother enrolled her in piano lessons, and while the future music St. Mary High School music teacher was frustrated and wanted to quit,...
P.A. Pride Week committee hosts American poet for Aboriginal Storytelling Month event When Jennifer Lenny Brockman heard that American artist and poet Adelina Anthony would be performing in Saskatoon this week as part of a weeklong Aborigianal Storytelling Month event...
It was a record-breaking Saturday for the Mann Art Gallery. More than 70 people showed up for the curator’s walk through of the 2017 Winter Festival Exhibition. According to staff, that’s the largest crowd that’s ever attended the event. It was the...

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