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Family Donates Grand Piano to Honour Son’s Legacy

Almost five years after the tragic and all-too-sudden death of their son J.P., Alex and Marilou Haughey have established a lasting legacy...

Short Cuts Festival Offers a Buffet of Plays

Short Cuts: The Ten-Minute Play Festival is a “total buffet” for the audience, offering comedy, drama, tragedy and more, says a local theatre artist...

Ruth Cuthand Exhibition Highlights Pivotal Moments in Artist’s Career

The “political yet often humorous” work of one of Saskatchewan’s leading visual artists is the focus of a new exhibition at Remai...

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...

Ritornello Chamber Music Festival Turns 11

Saskatoon’s Ritornello Chamber Music Festival is now entering its second decade, and the popular annual event is making a few changes.

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...

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...

Summer Players, Jazz Society Showcase Movie Music

Saskatoon Summer Players and the Saskatoon Jazz Society have developed a tradition of mid-winter co-entertainment.  The Movies Go To...

Stars Frontman Brings One-Person Play to Persephone

Fans of the popular Montreal indie band Stars are sure to be familiar with vocalist Torquil Campbell. What some...

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...

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