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Theatre Season Quickly Winding Down

As the 2018-19 theatre season comes to an end, here’s a look at three shows that are coming to local stages this...

Sculptor’s Art Comes In Many Forms

Two tiny bronze works of art are carefully placed on large round stones in Zoltan Markan’s sculpture garden.  That’s...

May the Fourth Be With You, Music Fans

Spring is here, the weather is warm, the sun is shining and it’s time get out of the house and have some...

Absurdist Masterpiece Headed to Persephone Theatre Stage

A play that is being billed as “a brilliantly funny comedy about the ultimate identity crisis” is coming to the Persephone Theatre...

SSO’s Principal Flute to Say Goodbye With Departures

After two seasons as principal flute with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra (SSO), Sarah Yunji Moon is preparing to say goodbye. 

Showing Work at Remai Modern ‘Dream Come True’ for Local Artist

Remai Modern is showcasing a new project by Saskatoon artist Amalie Atkins — considered to be Atkins’ most expansive film project to...

Big Acts Coming to Streamlined Jazz Fest

With five acts signed for the ticketed concerts in the Delta Bessborough Gardens for the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival,...

Play Highlights Women’s Contributions to Labour Movement

A play that received rave reviews during Saskatoon’s 2016 Fringe Festival — even landing the coveted Best of Fest award — is...

It’s a Busy Time at The Bassment

The Bassment is one of Saskatoon’s busiest venues, bringing in a wide variety of musical acts from home and away that touch...

Like Father, Like Daughter

Lisa Moen and Myles Myrol go way back.  During the past 30 years or so, she’s gone from a...

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