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A year after hosting auditions in Prince Albert for the first time, SaskExpress is returning to the city as it looks to name its cast for its 2019 touring season.Auditions will be held in Prince...
A seasoned country gospel artist is returning to Prince Albert with a new album of her own, original songs.Rachel Dancsok, a rancher and singer-songwriter, is in the midst of a tour promoting her new book,...
An organization that gives people who have been a part of the provincial corrections system a second chance at life is hosting a fundraiser with a local band Saturday.The Bridges Employment Program takes...
Fresh off of its inaugural year, the second annual Prince Albert Parts for the Arts is hoping to help artists and promoters get their names out there.The free, daylong event is put on by the...
The name Belle Plaine evokes wide-open spaces and big, dancing skies, and that’s just how the performer by the same name likes it.Fresh off of winning the 2018 Saskatchewan Music Award for album of the...
The Mann Art Gallery’s biggest fundraiser of the year is back, but this time it isn’t just beer patrons will be wolfing down.The eighth annual Wolf Back fundraiser is set for January 18 from 7...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald "We don't necessarily understand what joy is. We don't understand how therapeutic it is, how much of a prescription it is." - Tom Jackson Actor, musician and activist Tom Jackson is making his way to the E.A....
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald “That's the beauty in small communities—when they come together, they're pretty powerful, just like their own little nucleus of what is good in the world.” - Janice Trudel The Trudel Family is using their soft country sound...
Prince Albert’s first couch and music festival has its first confirmed act. On Monday, Chesterfest announced its inaugural headliner, The Dead South, a bluegrass band from Regina.The Dead South has headlined the Ness Creek Festival and won a 2018 Juno...
Storytelling has always come easy for Carrie Stene.The Prince Albert teacher said it’s a way to deal with stress. When she moved to Prince Albert, looking for a new start, she started writing a novel. Looking for mentorship, she...