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When Kelly Yost looks at nature she sees the unexpected. Whether it’s flowers or storm clouds or sunsets, Yost loves the unpredictable part of the great outdoors. It has provided inspiration as well as enjoyment for her contribution to Studio...
If you like Twilight, you won’t like Memoirs of a Nocturnal Mind. The main character in the debut offering from Prince Albert author Mac Acimowin doesn’t sparkle in the sunlight. He’s not that into romance with a teenage girl. He’s...
For the past 20 years, Tanya Hyshka’s passion for Ukrainian Dancing has taken her across the world. She’s taught workshops in Quebec, studied under dance instructors in Ukraine, toured with Edmonton’s prestigious Shumka Dancers and choreographed two major tours for...
When Amy Jo Ehman looks at old Saskatchewan recipes, she doesn’t just see food. She sees resourcefulness, resiliency, generosity and the creative flair to make due with whatever ingredients are close at hand. The longtime Saskatoon StarPhoenix food columnist says Saskatchewan...
How an annual fashion show and graduation wear store at Wesmor school empowers students from across P.A A growing initiative that provides affordable graduation wear for boys and girls held its annual fashion show this week, and for the first...
Broadway North goes supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Everyone’s favourite magical nanny is coming to town, just in time for Christmas. Broadway North announced their 2018 show will be Mary Poppins Junior, with Karen Langlois in the title role and Ian Dickson playing Burt, the...
Randy Bachman brings the house down at the Rawlinson Centre I thought I’d been to some pretty good concerts in my life. I’ve seen Rush, Loverboy, Journey and Heart, along with a handful of other, newer, lesser-known bands. But after what...

Finding time

All Mighty Voice keeps on moving along The local folk-rock band with a bluesy influence recently released These Days, their second single off of their upcoming second album. The group writes musically together, but each song, lyrically, typically comes from...
LJ Tyson’s first foray into country music is already going better than the young artist would have expected. The singer’s first single and music video was the Prince Albert Cultural Video, commissioned by the city and produced by Aspen Films....
The latest single released by Prince Albert’s The Wolfe represents a maturing musical style from the young trio of rockers Pig and the Hound, released last week, is the second single off of the group’s forthcoming second EP. The first song...

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