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Maybe Smith goes on a Yukon Quest

The Yukon is the land of the midnight sun ”” but not during winter. In the winter the Yukon is dark almost all the time. So why would Saskatoon's pop guru, Colin Skrapek (Maybe Smith), leave for Dawson City, Yukon, in one of the coldest, darkest months of the year?

SaskMusic on the decline

SaskMusic, the non-profit corporation responsible for representing, promoting and developing the music industry of Saskatchewan, announced on Sept. 8 the permanent and immediate cancellation of six of its grant programs.


Aside from doing his own musical exploration under the alias Caves, Peter plays drums in A Gentle Forest and Cat Dad. Additonally, along with Angus Dicken, Grier creates the wild sounds of Lionstab. These bands are some of Saskatoon's most inspired indie and experimental acts. Grier discussed the various manifestations of

Outdoor rock shows celebrate summer

Around this time of year, a person looks back on the summer months in an attempt to recreate an accurate image of what has taken place over this brief interval. For me, most of the memories worth keeping are the times I have spent outside. I remember the summer as a series of tennis

Higgs Bozon explores the unknown

Paul Kuzbik was about to call it quits on the music front after finding himself in a place where he was no longer happy with it. “I needed to break the mold and woodshed, and I almost quit performing. But then all these other things happened;” he explained of his near abandonment of music, and

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