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You never know what you’ll hear over the speakers when Andrew Sneddon and Matthew Hornell start travelling together.On some days it’s Fred Eaglesmith and Corb Lund. On others it’s classical music and bebop jazz.The mix of artists and genres...
The KYLA art group and the Kiwanis Club of Prince Albert are ready to welcome hundreds of residents from near and far to their annual art show this weekend.Sunday’s show and sale will be the 39th annual edition of...
Local musicians to play benefit concert honouring late rocker There will be lot of familiar faces in the crowd on Halloween, feeling a whole lot better about the passing of rock icon Tom Petty.A group of musicians from across Saskatchewan...
Thursday was a night of power and performance at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre, with Prince Albert’s political elite turning out for the premiere of Spark Theatre’s Macbeth. The opener for the show’s three-night run attracted Minister Joe Hargrave, Prince Albert...
The Mann Art Gallery is looking for the latest, greatest artists from across the province to submit works for the annual winter show and sale.The 42nd annual winter festival show will take place from Feb. 9 until March 24,...
The Wolfe continues to rack up the wins.The three-piece alternative rock band from Prince Albert recently won the Best out of Province Band award at the Toronto Independent Music Awards last Friday.It’s the latest accolade for the group, which...
Earl McKay has travelled across Canada displaying his artwork, but it’s his latest showing that’s most important.McKay is one of five artists displaying pieces at the inaugural Saskatchewan Artists of Ability Festival at the Mann Art Gallery. He’s done...
A new production of Macbeth is coming to the E.A. Rawlinson Centre, placing Shakespeare’s drama into a post-apocalyptic world of graffiti, machetes and industrial music. Spark Theatre will be staging the classic play from Oct. 19 to 21. It’s director...
It’s getting to that time of year where Erika Rybinski gets that familiar itch.It’s not for hockey or pumpkin pie, it’s for a chance to gather and play with her fellow music lovers.“It’s refreshing, especially for myself,” she chuckles....
Davis Phaneuf has always looked for a unique angle to her art.The local artist’s work ranges from abstract images to paintings of how Prince Albert landmarks would look if they were taken over by kids. It’s all part of...