Anglophone audiences are able to understand as they watch French plays thanks to a program that combines the arts with the business community.
Local arts organizations are learning to find sponsorship from private businesses through an innovative pilot program in Saskatchewan.
ArtsVest is a matching incentive fund program that encourages private-sector businesses to sponsor not-for-profit arts organizations.
This was definitely not your average elementary school sing-a-long. As part of Music Monday Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield and Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies invited music students from across Canada to sing a song together.
The event for Music Monday featured an original song called ‘Is Somebody Singing’ and was streamed live from the International Space Station and the Ontario Science Centre and into schools coast to coast.
A young Saskatchewan man is beaming after an encounter with Motley Crue co-founder and bass player Nikki Sixx.
The rock musician has a Tumblr account that features his own photography, something he calls his "new drug." Sixx writes on the blog that while waiting in the tour bus in Estevan on Saturday, he saw a group of people skateboarding.
A fan took to the stage at the Motley Crue concert in Estevan on Saturday, knocking down Mick Mars and rushing towards Vince Neil before security took him down.
A video of the incident was taken down on Sunday afternoon. It has since been restored. That video shows a man jumping on stage while the band was playing the song 'Primal Scream.'
Estevan police say the 40-year-old fan is from Manor, Saskatchewan, near Carlyle. He was taken into custody by officers after the incident. His name hasn't been released, and no charges have been laid.
Regina's farmer's market is back to setting up tables and booths outdoor. The spring weather brings out more families.
This is exactly what Ada Bennett, the farmer's market manager, has been working towards since she took charge of it six years ago. She was involved in the downtown renewal around Victoria Park, and for the past few years has been behind the market's major growth.
She recalls the first farmer's market she was involved with having 18 customers. Now hundreds walk past the booths and tables set up along Scarth St and 12th Ave.
The summer of music in Saskatchewan continues and now there’s something for metal-heads Gigantour 2013 is coming to the Queen City.
The tour is headlined by metal legends Megadeth. They will be backed up by heavyweights like Black Label Society, Device, and Hellyeah.
The show is in July at the Brandt Center. Tickets go on sale May 16.
Edited by CJME’s Adriana Christianson.
Correction: This story previously misspelled Megadeth. It has been corrected.
The latest "Avengers" comic book from Marvel sees the Queen City obliterated by an alien weapon fired from Mars with the people mutating into something new.
Marvel Comic Editor Lauren Sankovitch describes what happened to the city after the weapon hits. Basically, Regina is engulfed in a giant ball of energy that appears to be alive.
“Did we destroy it or did we make it greater? Evolving these sites into something different, into something new, into something strange,” Sankovitch commented.
If you thought you were out of luck to see Paul McCartney in Regina, you might be surprised to learn the concert is not sold out, at least not yet.
Ryan Balaski is the director of marketing for Live Nation in western Canada and he says as of Tuesday afternoon seats were just over 90 per cent sold.
“There’s a splattering amongst all the price levels including top price tickets on the floor up to $35 dollar tickets,” he commented, noting that you can still find pairs of seats in most sections.
The Eagles are coming back to Saskatchewan, playing a show in Saskatoon Saturday, September 14.
The concert will be held at the Credit Union Centre. Tickets go on sale Monday, May 3.
Those people signed up as a NewsTalk Insider can have a chance to win Beat the Box Office Tickets.
The rush was on Monday morning as the box office opened for Paul McCartney’s Out There tour stop in Regina.
While most eager music fans were likely hitting the re-fresh button for Ticketmaster.ca, about 20 fans were enjoying fresh air and music waiting in line instead of online.
Kristina Jankowski and her friend Holly were the youngest in a crowd of 20 and the first in line after Sitting outside the Brandt Centre since 10 p.m.