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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...

Major Changes Coming To Jazz Festival

THERE WILL be some dramatic changes in scheduling and logistics at the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, which runs in Saskatoon June 21-30.

Bohemian Rhapsody Brings Back Good, Sad Memories

As always, I was late to the party.   The cinemas lost me, possibly forever, when I endured nearly three...

Choral Groups Ready To Put Some Sing Into Your Spring

Are you a fan of choral music? Is the human voice your instrument of choice? If so, you’re in...

Makers to Unite at Second Annual Faire

Saskatoon Mini Maker Faire is back for another year.Described by organizers as “the greatest show (and tell) on Earth,” the second annual...
Bobby Shew

Bobby Shew Once Went Shopping With Elvis

Bobby Shew was born to play trumpet in the most exciting ways and the most creative times of music.

Like Father, Like Daughter

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

Biennial Art Auction Raises Funds For Saskatoon Sexual Health

One of Saskatoon’s longest-running art auctions is back for another year to raise money for a local non-profit organization.

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. 

Sum Theatre Responds to Sexual Violence With New Show For Teens

What is inappropriate sexual behaviour? What does true consent look like? Those are two of the questions explored in...

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