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Washboard Union might not be your typical country music band. The band originally formed in Vancouver, as Run GMC, established as a tongue-in-cheek joke to themselves. They wanted to get together as a band and sing songs that had stories...
The E.A. Rawlinson Centre is bringing choice, diversity and local talent to the stage for its Winter-spring season. The lineup for January to May was announced at the E.A. Rawlinson Preview night Wednesday. It features rock, country, classical and even comedy...
Show opens at St. Mary auditorium on Nov. 21 Upstage Productions is opening doors for its young actors this week. The St. Mary High School theatre company is putting on the Ken Ludwig award-winning play Lend Me a Tenor. Opening at...
Painter explores the nature of understanding through an exploration of the nature of space Six years ago, Kim Ennis went on a pilgrimage. The Saskatoon-based artist is a practitioner of the Baha’i faith. He, along with his family, went to Haifa,...

Songs of hope

Holly Knife has been writing since her early teenage years, but she’s never written something as important as this. On Saturday, the Prince Albert songwriter officially released her first CD in collaboration with local singer Lilian Donahue. Titled, ‘Angel Blue,’...
Brittney Kent, Herald contributor Shay Kuebler is the artistic director of the dance group who put on the show, “Telemetry,” Tuesday night at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts. The Prince Albert show marked the conclusion of the dance troupe’s...
It’s not a true fairy tale story unless there’s an obstacle to overcome. For Cinderella (at least in the well-known Disney version) it’s her antagonistic stepfamily and a gown to wear to a ball. For the students of Carlton High...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald A member of the Alberta-based band Nice Horse said smaller cities like Prince Albert “are where (they) like to be.” The all-female country group is opening for The Washboard Union at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre on Nov. 24 at...
Shows feature works from Mac Hone and Friends, Kim Ennis The latest pair of exhibitions opening at the Mann Art Gallery help trace Saskatchewan’s settler art history through the works of some of the province’s most influential artists. On Nov. 16...
Musicians Joel Rohs and Kayanna Wirtz are mixing two of the things they love most for their next project: live music and couches. It might not be an obvious pairing, but it’s a natural fit for the Prince Albert couple,...

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