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Prince Albert band The Wolfe advances to finals of CBC’s Searchlight competition Prince Albert rock band The Wolfe has made it to the final round of the CBC’s national Searchlight talent competition and this weekend the group’s three 17-year-old band...

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Spark Theatre stages ‘Rez Sisters’ by renowned playwright Tomson Highway Theatre director Roxanne Dicke has always wanted to stage a production of 1986 play The Rez Sisters, by First Nations playwright Tomson Highway, and on Thursday night she’s getting her...
Saskatoon rock group with P.A. roots explores its acoustic side on full-length debut Saskatoon-based rock group Black Vienna is putting the finishing touches on their full-length debut record, but lead singer Anthony Thoen is already looking ahead to the next...
For dancers from the eight different studios who competed at Dance Blast over the weekend, competition and cooperation go hand in hand.The annual four-day event draws nearly 500 dancers from two Prince Albert dance studios, as well as from...
Local writer draws on family inspiration for children’s book series Prince Albert author Kelley Byrne write about what she knows.“I started a long time ago with my own story. It was kind of a memoir of me growing up and...
Moose Jaw artist‘s travelling photography exhibit comes to Prince Albert Three years ago, Gabriela Garcia-Luna was travelling through northern India by train, gazing out her window and snapping photographs of the alien landscape and passing Himalayan foothills.It’s a journey the...
Tom Cochrane celebrates 25 years of landmark ‘Mad Mad World’ album In 1991 Tom Cochrane released Mad Mad World, his first solo album after leaving Red Rider, the rock group he had led since 1978.The album, powered by the ubiquitous...
Australian blues guitarist stops in Birch Hills during brief prairie tour Australian blues guitarist Michael Charles is in Saskatchewan this month for blues festivals in Regina and Saskatoon. But while he’s here, he’s taking the opportunity to perform in some...
Four very funny people are coming to Prince Albert next week.The Snowed In Comedy Tour, one of the biggest comedy tours in the country, will come to Prince Albert for one night only on March 7 for a performance...
Odyssey Productions finds humour in confusion in Neil Simon’s Rumors Actor Trent Gillespie was first introduced to the play Rumors, a 1988 farce by American playwright Neil Simon, when he was in college. Now he’s getting the chance to revisit...