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Who am I? Where did I come from? Where do I belong? Those were the questions Lisa Bird-Wilson was asking herself when she started writing her first collection of short stories. Years later, that collection has...
A short film festival by women and about women is hoping to raise some money for the YWCA to coincide with events surrounding International Women’s Day. Lunafest is a travelling short film festival championing women in film....
Music has been a huge part of Jake Diehl’s life. Wednesday, the young Prince Albert musician returned to the stage. Diehl was in an accident last May and suffered head trauma. He was transferred to Royal...
The Prince Albert Concert Band is taking a trip down memory lane with their upcoming concert. “Wind Band Classics” will feature a variety of pieces, from contemporary pop hits to more traditional compositions, but the majority will...
By Scott Roos, Herald contributor To bandmates Emma Jean Anderson, Ian Dickson and Jordy Balicki, local Prince Albert act Rymestone’s inception more or less officially took place in early January of 2018. In...
While Jill Barber’s musical style has changed – ranging from folk to jazz to R&B and now contemporary pop, one thing hasn’t changed for the multiple-JUNO nominee, the importance of a well-written song. Barber, who is...
Riverlily Cree Wuttunnee Bellegarde sings Suds in the Bucket at Voices of the North on February 23, 2019. (Peter Lozinski/Daily Herald)Travis Beatty and Samantha Burnouf sing 'The Fighter' at Voices of the North on February...
Aryle Bird’s biggest fear was also her biggest dream. The Montreal Lake teen wanted to sing on a stage in front of a big crowd. She’s been singing, writing her own...
While the Winter Festival Rock Show experience is a relatively new show, it was joined by an even newer event Saturday. For the first time ever, the rock show was followed by a rock cabaret, and...
Taras Kachkowski loves the band, KISS. He often dresses up as frontman Gene Simmons, complete with the platform boots, black and white face paint and spiky shoulder pads made out of football gear.
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