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Local artist’s latest exhibit looks back on his time as a correctional officer Pat Bliss never intended to have a career as a prison guard. The local artist had been working as a farmer and rancher until the 1980s, when hard...
Country music couple Randy and Rai Smith share stories from nearly a decade on the road Country music duo Randy and Rai Smith are in the midst of their 2017 summer tour, playing shows almost daily, and in some cases...
PACI dance program raises more than $3,000 at annual More Than a Room dance show Five years ago Prince Albert Collegiate Institute dance teacher Alicia Wotherspoon organized the first More Than a Room dance show to raise money to build...
Local artist chronicles the year he was diagnosed with depression in new exhibit In 2011 John McDonald was “riding a wave of success.” He was doing well as a writer and artist and he had his dream job working with...
Prince Albert citizens don’t have to go far to experience circus-style acrobatic challenges. Tuesday night the Performing Arts Warehouse adult silks and hoops class wrapped up their season of lessons with a demonstration of the high-flying skills they had learned,...
Art students show off this year’s pieces at annual year end art show For the past eight months 147 of Christina Thoen’s art students have been putting their brushes together to create a five-foot-wide reproduction of Vincent van Gogh’s Starry...
Ideas of place and texture the driving force behind latest gallery exhibitions About 100 people filled the Mann Art Gallery Friday night to get a window into a pair of exhibitions opening up. The official count was 99 people, and several...
The National Film Board (NFB) is looking for budding Saskatchewan filmmakers with a unique story to tell. The NFB launched a call for submissions last week for Doc Lab Saskatchewan, a project that will see three amateur filmmakers each produce...
Saskatchewan historian Bill Waiser investigates the story of Almighty Voice Historian and author Bill Waiser is trying to uncover the truth behind the story of 19th century Saskatchewan fugitive Almighty Voice. Almighty Voice was a 23-year-old Willow Cree man from One...
Hundreds of Saskatchewan Rivers music students come together for joint concert With the school year coming to an end, music students from across the Saskatchewan Rivers School Division are coming together for one final bow. On May 30 hundreds of students...
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