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News Quirks

After Marsha Yumi Perry, 36, struck a five-year-old boy with her pickup truck in Washougal, Oregon, she left the injured victim at the scene and then hid from police by crawling in

Extending A Hand

 As I walk to The Lighthouse on a sunny spring morning, I try to mentally prepare for my ride-along with the Mobile Outreach program — especially as I realize that I&rsq

Hope And Change

Recent events in Canada have shown not only that change is possible, but that people won’t stand for having corporate interests put before their own.When plummeting oil price

North Korea’s Nukes

In early May, North Korea claimed to have launched a ballistic missile from a submerged submarine. Yesterday it announced that it can now make nuclear warheads small enough to fit

The Middle

Get On The Juice

THRIVE JUICE CO.137 20th St. W.306-954-1104Yeah, I know: paying $10 for a 500 ml bottle of juice (as a friend of mine said, “That’s a dollar a sip!”) seems ridicu

The Back

Live Previews

 APOCALYPTICAWednesday 3O’BriansThey’ve just released their eighth studio album of original music, but 20 years ago Finnish metal act Apocalyptica started out as a

Live Previews

 SLOW DOWN, MOLASSESFriday 29AmigosIn May of 1968, France teetered horrifyingly on the edge of full-scale civil war, marked by demonstrations, occupations and strikes. It was

Polter-lite

 PoltergeistCineplex2.5/5Let’s be clear right from the start: 1982’s Poltergeist was a wonderful horror movie. 2015’s version is not.But let’s also be

VIEW ALL14 Days

Thursday January 1
100 YEARS AGO: REMEMBERING WORLD WAR I at Western Development Museum - Organized in cooperation with provincial and federal partners this exhibit commemorates the centennial of World War I and showcases stories and artifacts tied to Saskatchewan.January 1
EASTER WEEK AT THE MVC at Meewasin Valley Centre - Drop-in craft programs to welcome spring in the river valley. See meewasin.com.January 1
TELUS CUP WEST REGIONAL MIDGET AAA HOCKEY TOURNAMENT  at Rod Hamm Memorial/Harold Latrace Arena - Host team Saskatoon Contacts are joined by Saskatchewan Manitoba and northern Ontario league champions. See teluscup.com. January 1
CANADIAN MIXED DOUBLES CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP at Nutana Curling Club - See curling.ca.January 1
EASTER WEEK AT THE MVC at Meewasin Valley Centre - Drop-in craft programs to welcome spring in the river valley. See meewasin.com.January 1
100 YEARS AGO: REMEMBERING WORLD WAR I at Western Development Museum - Organized in cooperation with provincial and federal partners this exhibit commemorates the centennial of World War I and showcases stories and artifacts tied to Saskatchewan.January 1
TELUS CUP WEST REGIONAL MIDGET AAA HOCKEY TOURNAMENT  at Rod Hamm Memorial/Harold Latrace Arena - Host team Saskatoon Contacts are joined by Saskatchewan Manitoba and northern Ontario league champions. See teluscup.com. January 1
CANADIAN MIXED DOUBLES CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP at Nutana Curling Club - See curling.ca.January 1
EASTER WEEK AT THE CREEK at Beaver Creek Conservation Area - Drop-in nature hikes and other activities such as feeding black-capped chickadees. January 1, 1:00 pm
EASTER WEEK AT THE CREEK at Beaver Creek Conservation Area - Drop-in nature hikes and other activities such as feeding black-capped chickadees. January 1, 1:00 pm
LES BELLES-SOEURS at Greystone Theatre
Written by Canada’s best-known Francophone playwright Michel Tremblay translated by John Van Burek and Bill Grassco and directed by Pamela Haig Bartley this comedy focuses on the relentless pursuit of life love and bingo. Presented by University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama and Greystone Theatre. until April 2 8 p.m. See arts.usask.ca/drama/greystone.
Jan 1 - Feb 4
LES BELLES-SOEURS at Greystone Theatre
Written by Canada’s best-known Francophone playwright Michel Tremblay translated by John Van Burek and Bill Grassco and directed by Pamela Haig Bartley this comedy focuses on the relentless pursuit of life love and bingo. Presented by University of Saskatchewan Department of Drama and Greystone Theatre. until April 2 8 p.m. See arts.usask.ca/drama/greystone.
Jan 1 - Feb 4
BEATRICE & VIRGIL at Remai Arts Centre
Adapted from Yann Martel’s novel this play by Lindsay Cochrane tells the story of a man named Henry who seeks help from another man named Henry to write a play about a donkey (Beatrice) and howler monkey (Virgil). As the story unfolds a shocking historical romance is revealed. Presented by Last Exit Theatre. See persephonetheatre.org.
Jan 1 - Apr 6
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Thursday January 1
BFA EXHIBITIONS at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery - Brandon Panasiuk Amy Prive and Floranne St. Amand McLaughlin January 1
DONNA CUTLER: DREAMING OF SPRING at Handmade House - Exhibition of free motion embroidery.January 1
BFA EXHIBITIONS at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery - Brandon Panasiuk Amy Prive and Floranne St. Amand McLaughlin January 1
DONNA CUTLER: DREAMING OF SPRING at Handmade House - Exhibition of free motion embroidery.January 1
ELI BORNSTEIN at Darrell Bell Gallery - Exhibition of wall-mounted abstract sculptures by noted Saskatoon artist.January 1
DAVID STONHOUSE: BETWEEN at Darrell Bell Gallery - Exhibition of patterned abstract paintings.January 1
SATURDAY MORNING DRAWING WORKSHOP at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery - Group exhibition of figure drawing.January 1
WOOD ’16 at The Galleria at Innovation Place - Exhibition of over 200 pieces created by the Saskatchewan Woodworkers Guild and local high school students. See saskwoodguild.ca.January 1, 11:00 am