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The Wolfe continues to rack up the wins. The three-piece alternative rock band from Prince Albert recently won the Best out of Province Band award at the Toronto Independent Music Awards last Friday. It’s the latest accolade for the group, which...
Earl McKay has travelled across Canada displaying his artwork, but it’s his latest showing that’s most important. McKay is one of five artists displaying pieces at the inaugural Saskatchewan Artists of Ability Festival at the Mann Art Gallery. He’s done...
A new production of Macbeth is coming to the E.A. Rawlinson Centre, placing Shakespeare’s drama into a post-apocalyptic world of graffiti, machetes and industrial music. Spark Theatre will be staging the classic play from Oct. 19 to 21. It’s director...
It’s getting to that time of year where Erika Rybinski gets that familiar itch. It’s not for hockey or pumpkin pie, it’s for a chance to gather and play with her fellow music lovers. “It’s refreshing, especially for myself,” she chuckles....
Davis Phaneuf has always looked for a unique angle to her art. The local artist’s work ranges from abstract images to paintings of how Prince Albert landmarks would look if they were taken over by kids. It’s all part of...
Arts Hall of Fame Ceremony a chance to reflect on community’s support and passion for the arts Saturday night was a night to honour builders, volunteers and organizations dedicated to the arts. The annual Prince Albert Arts Hall of Fame Induction...
Lucy Maud Montgomery spent a year in P.A., a year that would prove important to her later in life. A new book explores the life of the teen, and her adventures in Prince Albert. In 1890 a 15-year-old girl moved...
Every Monday, a few dozen amateur artists get together on the first floor of the Prince Albert Arts Centre and paint. They come from a variety of backgrounds and use a variety of media, painting a variety of subjects....

Oh, Canada

Together, they’ve performed for the Queen, for the Kennedys, alongside Chuck Berry and the Supremes and as openers for the Rolling Stones. Now, this accomplished group of musicians is touring the country and playing classics spanning several genres from Canadian...
When the Kumintang Folk Ensemble leaves the stage after a performance, one of the most common questions they get is “where was that from?” It’s something the traditional Filipino dance group from Saskatoon has gotten used to, and they’re always...

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