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PHOTOS: Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan stage raises for summer season

Saskatoon residents know summer has officially arrived when they see the Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan tent go up along the river.

The big white structure, which houses the stage and performances throughout the summer months, went up in its usual spot next to the Mendal Art Gallery Tuesday.
"We've been around for 30 years and every single time you put that tent up it's a bit like a kid in a candy store," artistic producer Will Brooks said.

Regina Beach, Lumsden hosting film production

Saskatchewan will once again be on the big screen as the background of a movie being filmed over the next few weeks.

Crews will spend time in Regina Beach, Craven and Lumsden to film A.R.C.H.I.E.

"A.R.C.H.I.E. is the Artificial Robotic Canine Hyper-Intelligence Experiment. It's a movie about a dog who has special abilities. He's half robot, half dog - totally awesome ... he befriends a young woman named Isabel and they help each other out," explained Shayne Putzlocher, president of Trilight Entertainment and producer of A.R.C.H.I.E.

Call me Caitlyn: Bruce Jenner reveals new appearance

Bruce Jenner -- now known as Caitlyn -- has revealed more of the journey Jenner is on in a photo being shared around the world.

In the accompanying article in Vanity Fair, Jenner explains why the change was necessary.

Wiz Khalifa, Classified coming to Moose Jaw in July

The artist with one of the biggest hits in Canada right now will be performing in Moose Jaw this summer.

On Monday, Mosaic Place confirmed that Wiz Khalifa will be taking the stage on July 7, with special guest Classified.

Wiz Khalifa's newest single, See You Again, has reached number one in 95 countries. It holds the record for the most-streamed track in a single day on Spotify in the U.S.

PHOTOS: Saskatoon pottery shop celebrates 40 years

A fixture of the Nutana neighbourhood is marking 40 years in Saskatoon.

Clay Studio Three was founded by a group of three potters back in 1975. Members of the artist co-operative who run the store have come and gone since. Current member Nancy Grummett said that whoever the members have been, they've always shared a commitment to making it work -- even though artists aren't always known to check their egos at the door.

Brain aneurysm led to Joni Mitchell's hospitalization: report

A brain aneurysm was what led to Joni Mitchell’s hospitalization, according to Billboard.

Paramedics were called to Mitchell’s home in Los Angeles on March 31 after she was found unconscious.

Her longtime friend Leslie Morris was appointed her conservator in May since Mitchell does not have any close family to fill the role.

Billboard is reporting that Mitchell has not returned home and was expected to be put into a rehab facility.

Saskatoon Ex adds Magic to concert lineup

Fresh off their Juno wins this spring, the Canadian band Magic will be at the Saskatoon Ex this summer.

In the middle of touring with Maroon 5, Magic will hit the SaskTel Grandstand on Aug. 5.

Hedley (Aug. 6) and Dean Brody (Aug. 7) have already been announced for the Saskatoon Ex.

The shows are free with general admission. The gate opens at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8:30 p.m.

Shawn Mendes, Magic! among acts at Queen City Ex

The artists hitting the stage at this summer's Queen City Ex were announced on Tuesday, including acts both new and old.

Wednesday, July 29 - Magic! with Halfway to Hollywood

Thursday, July 30 - Roadhammers with Doc Walker

VIDEO: Calgary's mayor loses playoff bet, sings "Let it Go"

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi really doesn't like to sing in public, but a bet's a bet.

In city hall Monday, Nenshi donned a vintage Anaheim Ducks jersey, and with microphone in hand, started belting out Let it Go from Disney's Frozen.

The popular mayor was backed up by some old A Capella buddies, a local children's choir, the Stampede Show Band, and various other local artists.

PHOTOS: Perdue hockey arena leveled by fire

The tiny village of Perdue suffered a major loss Saturday as its local hockey arena burned to the ground.

It was around noon when Jeff Sergeson in nearby Kinley started seeing Facebook photos of the fire. He said his wife then called him to say the rink would be a "total loss".

"We were kind of bummed out because my kids actually play hockey in that rink," he said. "It's such a small town, we don't know what we're going to do now."

The rink had stood for over half a century, boasting natural ice, inside warm-up benches and a concession.

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