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Sault musicians remember Bob Jenkins

Sault musicians remember Bob Jenkins

Local jazz musician, artist, known for talent and humour
Organizers 'hopeful but cautious' about hosting Bon Soo 2021

Organizers 'hopeful but cautious' about hosting Bon Soo 2021

February dates have been selected
Show goes on even during a pandemic as local music school embraces online classes

Show goes on even during a pandemic as local music school embraces online classes

Northern Arts Academy surviving COVID restrictions with remote instruction
Native Women in the Arts seeks nominations for 2020 Barbara Laronde Emerging Artist Award

Native Women in the Arts seeks nominations for 2020 Barbara Laronde Emerging Artist Award

The award comes with a plaque and a $3,500 cash prize, as well as the recognition and promotion from NWIA
Trip to New York inspires modern day Sault Rembrandts <b>(8 photos)</b>

Trip to New York inspires modern day Sault Rembrandts (8 photos)

Group saw Dutch master's self portraits close up, students work to be displayed
Fall Festival presents a Celtic Family Christmas: at Home!

Fall Festival presents a Celtic Family Christmas: at Home!

Virtual event will take place on December 12 at 8 p.m.
Northern Ontario playwrights invited to apply for grants through Sudbury theatre

Northern Ontario playwrights invited to apply for grants through Sudbury theatre

Sudbury Theatre Centre chosen as participant in Ontario Arts Council grant program
Curtains remain closed at Sault Community Theatre Centre

Curtains remain closed at Sault Community Theatre Centre

President says theatre 'well positioned' to recover after shutdown, cancellations due to COVID-19
Comedy show planned locally

Comedy show planned locally

Comedian Tyler Morrison is scheduled to perform in Sault Ste. Marie on November 14
The unique story of a most Canadian guitar (with a northern Ontario link)

The unique story of a most Canadian guitar (with a northern Ontario link)

Jenny Lamothe brings us the story of Voyageur, a one-of-a-kind guitar made with pieces of Canadian history, including some nickel from Sudbury