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Local band The Goats play one last show before fiddler moves to Winnipeg After playing together for four years, Prince Albert string band The Goats is going on hiatus. The decision came after founding fiddler Ryan Spracklin announced he was...
Prince Albert acts awarded prominent positions at Waskesiu music festival Prince Albert will be well represented at the upcoming Waskesiu Lakeside Music Festival, with both the master of ceremonies and the opening act hailing from the city.Magician Roger Boucher will...
Library writer-in-residence provides guidance for aspiring wordsmiths Twice a week, Lynda Monahan sits in her temporary office in the basement of the John M. Cuelenaere Library and gives advice and criticism to aspiring writers. She might meet with a playwright...
Local comedian Kelly Taylor’s travelling stand-up show comes to P.A. Around three years ago, Kelly Taylor added “booking agent” to his job description, as the Prince Albert comedian started connecting funny people to venues around Saskatchewan.The new venture came following...
Local photographer returns to P.A. with two photo exhibitions Ken Tickner may not live in Prince Albert anymore, but his art continues to bring him back to him home town.The Saskatoon-based photographer’s latest exhibition, entitled When do Dreams Become Reality,...
Local artist creates mosaic to commemorate 100 years of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Canada Prince Albert’s Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Church is recognizing the upcoming centennial of the Church’s arrival in the province with the unveiling of a new...
Local actress teaches the art of improvisation Adreanna Boucher says when she was younger she was “definitely not a very outgoing and fun-loving person,” but a high school drama class helped her face her fear and gave her an outlet...
Art studio tour welcomes art enthusiasts to explore the beauty of the Shell Lake area Ever since Annette Henbid was a child, the Prince Albert artist has been spending weekends at Iroquois Lake near the community of Shell Lake, one...
Some of Canada’s top musical acts will be coming to Prince Albert for the E.A. Rawlinson Centre’s Fall 2017 season.The theatre announced its line-up earlier this month. It features names such as Aaron Pritchett, Elliot Brood, Burton Cummings, and,...
local entertainer will be the one to take people through it.Magician and hypnotist Roger Boucher has been named as the host of RiseUp TV, a program created to introduce the world to the personalities, sights and sounds of artists...