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PACI art students add their contributions to Prince Albert’s Canada 150 Mosaic Mural When Robert Popescul heard that the City of Prince Albert was looking for community groups to participate in the upcoming Canada 150 Mosaic Mural project, the Prince...
Seven years after reuniting, Grapes of Wrath to make Prince Albert debut When the Grapes of Wrath decided to call it quits in 1992, drummer Chris Hooper didn’t expect the British Columbian alternative rock group would get back together and...
Saskatoon’s Northern Pikes kick off 33rd anniversary tour in Prince Albert In January 1987, Saskatoon rock group the Northern Pikes flew out to Toronto to record their debut major label LP. But when the Pikes arrived at the studio, they learned...
Historian and author explores Saskatchewan before provincehood The history of Saskatchewan doesn’t begin in 1905. In A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan Before 1905, historian and author Bill Waiser tells the story of the region starting in the late 17th century,...

Songs of hope

New Hope Community Church welcomes the new year in musical fashion For the first time, and on short notice, Esterhazy-based singer Rachel Dancsok is bringing her country gospel show to New Hope Community Church. “She contacted me towards the end of...
Registration is underway for P.A.’s contribution to national Canada 150 art project In recognition of Canada’s sesquicentennial, approximately 150 communities from across the country are producing painted tile murals as part of the Canada 150 Mosaic Mural art project. Prince Albert...
Kelly Taylor trying to reinvigorate the P.A. comedy scene Drew Behm is excited to be coming back to P.A. The stand-up comic has performed here before, but never as the headlining act. He’ll get the opportunity to be the main attraction Jan....
The Mann Art Gallery’s Wolf Back a Beer fundraiser will have a different focus this year, and organizers couldn’t be happier. The annual event began six years ago to raise money for the purchase of a bronze wolf sculpture by...

Good vibrations

Parab Poet and the Hip Hop Hippies hoping to leave the audience feeling good One of the first shows of the New Year is set and the musicians coming to P.A. are hoping to leave residents with a positive vibe. Parab...

A musical new year

Local folk groups The Goats and One Bridge Town to bid farewell to 2016 Two local bands are joining forces to put 2016 to bed and ring in the new year. The Goats — Wade Fehr, Josh L’Henaff, Teegan Jeffers and...
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