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Northern Pikes lead man Jay Semko turns to poetry in new book

Northern Pikes lead man Jay Semko turns to poetry in new book

Best known as lead man of the Northern Pikes, Jay Semko has often performed as a musician in Yorkton.
Immerse in culture at Wanuskewin summer camps

Immerse in culture at Wanuskewin summer camps

The day camps are open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous kids.
WDM, USask to help build LGBTQ history in Saskatchewan

WDM, USask to help build LGBTQ history in Saskatchewan

Oral history, collection and display of historic items and videos are some ways that the province's LGBTQ community can share their history.
Local artist's reception held at Godfrey Dean over the weekend

Local artist's reception held at Godfrey Dean over the weekend

Exhibition ends June 30, curator details upcoming shows.
'Newsies' sees LCBI school make headlines with stage return

'Newsies' sees LCBI school make headlines with stage return

LCBI High School's young performers put best feet forward in a return to form
Saskatoon Transit to display students' artworks

Saskatoon Transit to display students' artworks

Saskatoon Transit, Saskatoon Public Schools and Remai Modern collaborated in holding the third staging of the art contest.
Dr. Brass performs School Daze

Dr. Brass performs School Daze

Art walk to follow June 27.
Sask Band Association seeks musicians for Band in the Park

Sask Band Association seeks musicians for Band in the Park

Musicians of all ages welcome.
Past, present stories will highlight Spark Your Pride event

Past, present stories will highlight Spark Your Pride event

Each member of Saskatchewan's LGBTQ+ and Two-Spirit community has a story to tell.
Column: Germans emigrated to Canada to escape persecution

Column: Germans emigrated to Canada to escape persecution

SaskBooks: Land was plentiful and readily available, and settlers were encouraged to organize their own colonies.