The first strip club under new provincial legislation could soon be dancing its way into Regina.
News Talk Radio has learned that the city has received an application from a man in Alberta who runs a strip club near Edmonton.
“The city did receive an application for what we would term an adult entertainment establishment to be located at 1047 Park Street,” revealed Fred Searle, the city’s manager of current planning.
You might remember that address as the former Whiskey Saloon in the city’s northeast.
Travelling down Regina’s College Avenue could potentially be a haunting experience.
Those who believe in ghosts and haunted buildings might be drawn to a pair of locations on that street where inexplicable events have been taking place for years.
Built in the late 1920s, Darke Hall has been a venue associated with education and the performing arts. However, it’s also become known as a place where the man the building was named after - Francis Darke - still lives after dying some 70 years ago.
As Saskatoon kids don their scariest costumes Friday night, a team of paranormal investigators will spend Halloween searching ghosts and ghouls of a different sort.
The crew of The Other Side television series have spent three days searching for supposed hauntings at the Park Town Hotel.
Built in 1956, the hotel on Spadina Crescent is no stranger to ghost stories. Host Jeff Richards said they have heard 13 different stories of eerie happenings but none have been confirmed.
The forecast for this year's Halloween in Regina might not be chilly, but it seems many children will still be frozen Friday night.
Costumes from the Disney movie Frozen are some of the hottest selling items of the season. People looking for the Princess Elsa or Princess Anna costume at stores are often told "nope, we're sold out."
Saskatoon Summer Players has connected with AIDS Saskatoon and other community groups for its latest musical.
"The arts play a role by providing information and entertainment for people to be more aware of the things that are happening around them," said B.J. Dyck, director and co-producer of RENT.
The modern classic is about two friends who live in New York City under the guise of AIDS being an epidemic at the time.
The Regina Symphony Orchestra is featuring artists like Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin and the Jackson Five in its Motown's Greatest Hits performance.
The Nov. 1 performance is part of the I Hear a Symphony series. The orchestra will perform hits including "I heard it Through the Grapevine", "Respect" and "ABC."
While it's in the middle of searching for a new music director, the Regina Symphony Orchestra has chosen its new executive director, Tanja Derkson.
Derkson is replacing previous director Maxim Antoshin, and interim director Kevin Azzopardi.
Derkson has 14 years experience in the music industry, the past eight of which were with the Winnpeg Symphony Orchestra, as its director of education and outreach.
It is unlikely they are going to become the next big thing in Hollywood but there is a lot to be excited about for one team of three from Saskatchewan.
A show featuring Greg Johnson, Chris Chittick, and Ricky Forbes debuts next week, providing the viewer with an inside look at what Tornado Hunters face on a daily basis.
"It's not a half hour of just adrenaline, adrenaline, adrenaline," said Johnson. "What they're (the audience) going to get is a little bit of humour."
Johnson admitted he was surprised at just how much footage was needed for the show.
A popular Halloween arts fundraiser in Saskatoon has outgrown its space and doubled its capacity this year.
For the first time in six years, PAVED Arts and BlackFlash Magazine will hold Vampire Beat, the annual costume contest and dance party, at Amigos Cantina instead of their Riversdale event space on 20th Street West.