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Frankly Speaking wants you to rock on

Frankly Speaking wants you to rock on

The Halloween show will feature live music spanning six decades of rock and roll
The dead rise again

The dead rise again

The Soo Zombie Walk returns this weekend
Serena Ryder thinks the Sault is pretty rock and roll <b>(9 photos)</b>

Serena Ryder thinks the Sault is pretty rock and roll (9 photos)

She performed as part of the 45th annual Algoma Fall Festival Sunday night
It's okay to say 'cancer' <b>(3 photos)</b>

It's okay to say 'cancer' (3 photos)

It's also okay to laugh at it
Algoma U to host author Madeline Ashby

Algoma U to host author Madeline Ashby

Her novel, 'Company Town', has received rave reviews, including from Margaret Atwood
Algoma U to host artist talk with Maggie Groat

Algoma U to host artist talk with Maggie Groat

Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Art Gallery of York University, Western Front, SFU Audain Gallery, Rodman Hall Art Centre, Walter Philips Gallery, and more
After 30 years, this musician is finally releasing an album

After 30 years, this musician is finally releasing an album

Join Lindsay Pugh this weekend as he celebrates the completion of his debut release
VIDEO: Colling remembers the Odds and Ends, 60s glory days

VIDEO: Colling remembers the Odds and Ends, 60s glory days

Sault Ste. Marie Museum opens new permanent exhibit dedicated to history of local bands, musicians
Algoma Conservatory presents Ô-Celli

Algoma Conservatory presents Ô-Celli

Eight cellos from Belgium with guest soprano Sarah Gartshore will perform at The Machine Shop
Robin Duke just has to laugh. Even in the face of cancer

Robin Duke just has to laugh. Even in the face of cancer

The Algoma Fall Festival presents 'Robin Duke: I've Been Hacked', a one-woman show about surviving breast cancer, to Sault Ste. Marie this weekend