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Prom Queen waves off controversy for Grand Theatre debut

The event that sparked a court challenge, made headlines across the country and spawned a musical that reignited the same controversy in London is now being presented on stage. 646 more words

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Going out best bets, Sept. 20 to 26

Dance Music

After a rash of European club and festival gigs this summer, the Souljazz Orchestra has a home-turf gig on Saturday at Babylon (317 Bank St.). 270 more words

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Nominees announced for next month's Saskatchewan Arts Awards

The Saskatchewan Arts Board announced its nominees for the 2018 Saskatchewan Arts Awards at an event Tuesday morning at the MacKenzie Art Gallery.

At next month’s awards ceremony, Regina playwright and author Ken Mitchell will receive the Lieutenant-Governor’s lifetime achievement award.  97 more words

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Brews News: Tennessee boasts triad of craft brews

The Stars and Stripes gets a prominent place near the fermenters at Great Oak Brewery in Johnson City, Tenn. Peddling craft beer in a neighbourhood of stills in the hills moonshiners and Budweiser-sponsored NASCAR might seem like an uphill battle. 752 more words

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'At the limit': Heritage Park faces program cuts without additional funding from city

Heritage Park is warning that it’s facing a “crisis” of rising costs and declining attendance that could force the park to cut programming if it doesn’t receive more financial assistance from the city. 575 more words

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Fundraiser set to send London blues acts to Memphis competition

The Road to Memphis will carry two local blues acts to the International Blues Challenge.

The Robbie Antone Band and the duo No Bones, featuring singer and harmonica player Dan Braatz and guitarist, bassist and percussionist Warren Cinquina, won the annual competition hosted by the Great Lakes Blues Society Sunday at East Side Bar and Grill. 182 more words

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On the Canvas: Motorcycle journey inspired artist's London show

An exhibition of new works by an internationally acclaimed Canadian artist was inspired by a motorcycle trek across North America.

Erik Olson’s Hold the Line, opening Thursday at Michael Gibson Gallery, was painted this summer in a second-floor studio built for the artist above the London gallery. 341 more words

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