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Dennis Chamberlain didn’t need years in a New York art school to develop an eye for photography. All he needed was decades of experience living and working in Northern Saskatchewan. As a youth, he spent months and months fishing and trapping...
Victoria Day in PA will end with a big show at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre. Multiple JUNO award-winning country artists George Canyon will perform on May 22, Victoria Day, in the midst of a western Canada tour that is taking...
Local artist George Glenn emerges from retirement with experimental new show Eleven years ago painter George Glenn moved to Christopher Lake, bought a studio and started experimenting. “I’m not a painter that develops a certain kind of perfection and technique, but...
When Belle Plaine received a call from Susan Luedtke to perform at a special mother’s day brunch, the Saskatchewan singer-songwriter knew it would be a great opportunity. “We did a show like this last year when we were in southern...
A party with a little Latin flair is coming to the Legion this weekend. Prince Albert Salsa, a loose collective of local people who gather to dance socially once a week, is putting on a salsa night and party Saturday. The...
Heather Benning is returning to the Mann Art Gallery Saturday, and 10 eager artists will be joining her for a master class in sculpting. Whether seasoned sculptor or bashful beginner, artists are encouraged to sign up for the daylong class,...
After a lifetime of songwriting, touring and teaching, Jim McKillop found himself with a book full of songs and some free time. For years, the Prince Albert musician brought his musical talents to a number of bands, playing on weekends...
P.A. Concert Choir performs 10th show since forming five years ago Linda Moriarty says the Prince Albert Concert Choir has been filling a musical void in the city for the past five years. “Lots of the churches who used to have...
St. Mary seniors take final bow as theatre season draws to a close Graduation is always hard for Jason Van Otterloo. Each year the St. Mary High School drama teacher watches another group of students leave the school’s Upstage Productions theatre...
Country music returns to MacDowall as Hillbilly Homestead opens for the summer Hillbilly Homestead proprietor Audrey Neubuhr said when it comes to booking musicals acts, “We just kind of let the people decide what we should be doing.” It’s been two...
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