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These stories about local arts, entertainment and the people behind them are made possible through the continued support of the Savoy's Jewellers as part of our Community Leaders Program.


This double bill at The Loft will have a bit of everything

This double bill at The Loft will have a bit of everything

Two veterans of the Canadian DIY scene, folk rock quartet Pith and cellist/singer-songwriter Eliza Niemi, are presenting an evening of unique music to the Sault audience
Brushing elbows with the thrash metal elite

Brushing elbows with the thrash metal elite

Guitarist and songwriter Matt Hanchuck has a mission to 'entertain and inspire' others with his brand of metal music
Local producer tackles his musical idol’s obsession

Local producer tackles his musical idol’s obsession

Jonesy Land re-records The Ronettes’ 'Be My Baby' with Gabrielle Dumas and the 'Soo’s Wrecking Crew'
Picture-perfect harmony: Artist fuses music and photography

Picture-perfect harmony: Artist fuses music and photography

Local artist Brian Tremblay will be releasing his first full album of original music, The Neighbourhood: Songs & Stories of a Blue Collar Raising
After years away, Sault musician returning to stage for all the right reasons

After years away, Sault musician returning to stage for all the right reasons

Joseph Kargi will be performing at The Loft for the first time in nine years, in a special fundraising event for a dear friend battling terminal cancer
Country music’s 'most-dedicated troubadour' returning to Sault

Country music’s 'most-dedicated troubadour' returning to Sault

Manitoba-based singer songwriter Bobby Dove is bringing torch and twang to The Whisky Barrel
Local artist ready to shine at upcoming exhibit in New York

Local artist ready to shine at upcoming exhibit in New York

‘I’m really looking forward to representing our community’: Full-time artist Amy Williams will present her 18-piece ‘The Seasons of Superior’ gallery at Manhattan art show next month
Algoma Festival Choir teams up with youth for 50th anniversary

Algoma Festival Choir teams up with youth for 50th anniversary

‘Singing doesn’t have to stop when you leave high school’: Korah and Tarentorus choirs will help celebrate the half-century milestone during spring concert on May 3
Sault College digital film prof looking forward to 10th anniversary screening

Sault College digital film prof looking forward to 10th anniversary screening

Approximately 50 seats open to general public for screening at Galaxy Cinema; program’s grads have started their own companies or work for big city studios
Jazz guitarist 'giving back' to Algoma Conservatory

Jazz guitarist 'giving back' to Algoma Conservatory

Matt Warnock, a former student of the Conservatory and now a globetrotting jazz guitarist, is holding his second annual fundraiser for organization that gave him his start