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Theatre group marking 60 year anniversary and Arts Hall of Fame inductionIt's an exciting year for a volunteer-based theatre group in Prince Albert.The Prince Albert Community Players (PACP) are celebrating both...
“I really feel alive when I'm (writing). It's like stepping into a time machine."- Robert CurrieMoose Jaw poet Robert Currie held a reading at the John M. Cuelenaere Public Library on Monday...
Country artist Aaron Pritchett is ready to get rowdy with his Prince Albert fans at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre in a couple of weeks.Pritchett said he's played in the city a few times before and is...
Drummer Chad Melchert had to wait a few years for his call to hall, and now that it’s here he can barely believe it.Melchert, a former Prince Albert resident who still has ties to the...
A new exhibition opening at the Mann Art Gallery Thursday night features songs written from behind bars.Wintercount and Other Freedom Songs consists of a listening station and music video from artist Cheryl L’Hirondelle, who wrote...
"it's nice to hear all the different fiddle traditions that are present in Canada all in one place."- Tristen DurocherA Métis fiddler from northern Saskatchewan is receiving national recognition.
A 16-year-old amputee from Wollaston Lake is able to play guitar for hours with the help of a little duct tape.Dillon Gazandlare was born without his left forearm.He found...
“It was kind of a moment of disbelief to first hear it, and even now I'm kind of in a state of disbelief."- Nathalie Parent, MusiCounts Scholarship recipientDoing live recordings with American...
Twelve-year-old Avari Coleman hopes to pursue broadway in New York one day.But for now, she's shining on the stage of Prince Albert's E.A. Rawlinson Centre, learning how to sing, dance and act from...
Interactive exhibit at Mann Art Gallery celebrates life off the land in northern Sask. communityThe fresh smell of the forest, the sound of elders singing and fringe sticks brushing against your skin: these...