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Mad Hatter Theatre Company artistic director David Zulkoskey has waited nearly two decades to find the right group of students to put on the company’s upcoming production. After 19 years, he’s confident he has his group. The Carlton Comprehensive Public High...
Four Weddings and an Elvis, Odyssey Production's newest show, promises an immersive Las Vegas experience It’s Vegas, baby! With showgirls, a crooner, cocktails and an Elvis-themed red, white and pink wedding chapel, Odyssey Productions is bringing Sin City to the stage...
Dennis Adam can’t remember the last time he missed Voices of the North and the Northern Spirit showcase. The Prince Albert resident, originally from Fond-du-Lac, has had family perform in the events. He’s been a loyal attendee ever since. “I’ve never...
The Prince Albert Concert Band is getting set to perform its third show of the season on Sunday, when it hosts the Small Ensembles show at the John M. Cuelenaere Library at 7 p.m. The band will be using its...
Nathan Thoen had only been back in Canada for three days when he got a text from his fiancé. He was sitting with some of his fellow Bombargo band mates eating noodle bowls in Saskatoon when she messaged him. Taylor...
New single from Prince Albert’s the Wolfe indicative of direction of new EP The Wolfe is hoping to build on the momentum they gained during a busy 2017. The Prince Albert trio held a single release party to celebrate the official...
Randy Bachman, Jim Cuddy among acts coming to Prince Albert in coming weeks The E.A. Rawlinson’s winter and spring line-up has been announced, and it features some big names sprinkled in with local talent. The season starts off with young country...
An award-winning blues musician is bringing his honest, intimate sound to the Rock Trout Café Thursday. Ken Hamm, who won a Juno award in 1991, is hitting the road and touring again after a bout with cancer. For the last nine...

An eye for detail

Curtis Matwishyn’s first official foray into photography didn’t go the way he’d planned. The long-time Prince Albert resident began dabbling in the medium after high school, and he liked it enough to make it one of his electives while enrolled...
New gallery proprietor sees P.A.’s downtown on its way to a renaissance Gail Carlson thinks artists are among the best people to help revitalize a city’s downtown, and she sees Prince Albert’s downtown, and her new shop, as a step...

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