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Family solidarity: Plaskett teams up with dad for album, tour

Moments after sound check for the first date of the Solidarity tour in Truro, Nova Scotia, Joel Plaskett laughed about the live setup.

On his latest album Solidarity, the East Coast musician shares the spotlight with his father Bill, whose background is in folk and traditional music. 667 more words

Local Arts

March 21, 1867: On a Show Boat to Broadway

“Curtain! Fast music! Light! Ready for the last finale! Great! The show looks good, the show looks good!”

American Broadway impresario, Florenz “Flo” Ziegfeld, Jr. was born March 21, 1867 (died July 22, … 249 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Local concert events ramp up in March with I Prevail, Ben Caplan, Arrogant Worms

I Prevail

When: March 12
Where: Saskatoon Events Centre
What: I’m not in Hawaii anymore. I bet you feel really sorry for me, but not as sorry as I feel for myself. 821 more words

Local Arts

Rose Cousins broadens musical horizons with Natural Conclusion

“It’s funny; I’ve always had that feeling in my life,” Rose Cousins said. “In high school, I never fit into any one group of people. I played sports, I was on the student council, I did a bunch of different things.” 947 more words

Local Arts

Kurt Baker Combo in Pittsburgh on March 27

A master of hooks and melody, Kurt Baker’s music embodies a feel-good spirit wrapped in a punk rock sheen inspired by music of decades past. 135 more words

Pittsburgh Event

My Jokes Are Up Here: Three female comedians team up for all-headliner show

Jen Grant had to get out of Toronto.

“I tried to be all zen and positive in Toronto but it’s impossible. People look at you weird if you smile at them. 590 more words

Local Arts

SE6: It's witchcraft

SE6 is Catford. Brewer’s Dictionary of London Phrase and Fable says of Catford: “Perhaps surprisingly, the name is not some arcane corruption , but probably does mean that wild cats did frequent the ford that is now the site of Catford bridge, although an alternative explanation is that “the cat” was a local landowner’s nickname. 2,583 more words

London Walks