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Energetic crowd greets SJO

Energetic crowd greets SJO

Saskatoon Jazz Orchestra's lively take on Stevie Wonder's music fired up the crowd.
RIFFA: documentary following surviving Humboldt Broncos hockey players a story of “perseverance”

RIFFA: documentary following surviving Humboldt Broncos hockey players a story of “perseverance”

Humboldt: A New Season is just one of several Saskatchewan films screening at the Regina International Film Festival this week.
City Kinsmen Band hosting Band in the Park

City Kinsmen Band hosting Band in the Park

Sunday concert will feature music by Katy Perry, Neil Diamond and more
Northern Lights Bluegrass & Old Tyme music camp still seeking volunteers

Northern Lights Bluegrass & Old Tyme music camp still seeking volunteers

Volunteers are still wanted for the upcoming music camp with the Northern Lights Bluegrass Society.
Lintlaw's JJ Guy headed to fiddler hall of fame

Lintlaw's JJ Guy headed to fiddler hall of fame

First Saskatchewan resident to be inducted into the North American Fiddlers' Hall of Fame
Local artists eager to perform live anew

Local artists eager to perform live anew

The 34th SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival kicks off on Saturday at the TD Mainstage Bessborough Garden
Award-winning Saskatoon author offers up a detective story

Award-winning Saskatoon author offers up a detective story

SaskBooks: Delve into the life of DD, a Ukrainian detective based in Saskatoon
Severight wants to help community

Severight wants to help community

Kylie Severight is hoping to do her share in helping residential school survivors move forward and heal the wounds of the past.
Second backyard concert features Jake Vaadeland

Second backyard concert features Jake Vaadeland

Artistic Nomad Productions held their first backyard concert on July 14 featuring J. J. Voss.
Wide Mouth Mason and The Sheepdogs headline Jazz Festival

Wide Mouth Mason and The Sheepdogs headline Jazz Festival

The 34th SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, after a year-long wait, returns this summer with four headlining artists that includes Juno Award winners Wide Mouth Mason. The festival, cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is set from Aug.