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Local business owner set to release first album

Local business owner set to release first album

Johnny Barban is about to release a six song EP 'Out with the Old' with songs written over the last 20 years
'The insects miss everyone just as much as we do': Entomica staff (5 photos)

'The insects miss everyone just as much as we do': Entomica staff (5 photos)

The insects at Entomica Insectarium are being featured in special weekly, online educational videos and arts and crafts lessons created by the organization's bug wranglers
Music builds 'a sense of community' when we need it the most

Music builds 'a sense of community' when we need it the most

For many Canadians, memories of May 2020 may focus on the challenges of the pandemic. For Sault born and raised entrepreneur Matthew St. Pierre, it will remembered as the month he launched his new company, Cube Music Agency
Sault musician performs online with 'Back to the Future' actor

Sault musician performs online with 'Back to the Future' actor

Sault punk legend Mikey Hawdon recently teamed up with Harry Waters Jr. of 'Back to the Future' fame for a special rendition of a classic song
Making it work: moving music lessons to online

Making it work: moving music lessons to online

Local music schools were able to quickly make the switch to online learning to ensure that their students were able to continue music lessons
Want to download a book, movie, or educational activity? The Library has options for you

Want to download a book, movie, or educational activity? The Library has options for you

Despite the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library’s doors being shut, it offers many online and downloadable options to serve the community, including language learning and educational services
'It is our job to stay connected with the community': gallery executive director

'It is our job to stay connected with the community': gallery executive director

As the biggest visual arts organization in Algoma, the Art Gallery of Algoma is working on ways to give community members a creative outlet through virtual activities
'It is hurting every musician I can think of,' says local musician union rep

'It is hurting every musician I can think of,' says local musician union rep

Canadian Federation of Musicians has been advocating federal government for musician’s who have been hit financially by the COVID-19 pandemic
The Borderline: 'An explosion of creativity online'

The Borderline: 'An explosion of creativity online'

The Borderline internet radio is on a mission to make local arts and culture front and centre in the community
Looking at the world sideways <b>(7 photos)</b>

Looking at the world sideways (7 photos)

Cartoonist Stephen Lay is taking the pandemic in stride, continuing to create his art and adeptly showing off his social distancing skills