Written by Montreal-based playwright Evelyne de la Cheneliere, translated by Morwyn Brebner and directed by Gordon McCall, Strawberries in January takes place in present-day Montreal and features a number of familiar faces from Saskatoon making their main stage debut at Persephone theatre.
Vaccinations are back in supply across the city and on campus, though students are generally unaware or uninterested in getting vaccinated.
Saskatoon super group Friends of Foes has put all their pieces in the right place with their first full album release, Chronophobic.
Mayor Don Atchison has won the war on Christmas with the announcement that the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission has thrown out the complaint over “Merry Christmas!” being electronically displayed on public buses.
Longing for a cure for those exam panic attacks? Or perhaps just a change of scenery that doesn’t involve oppressively fluorescent library lighting or coffee-stained textbook pages? Look no further, there is a number of great holiday events to take your mind off the stress.
Roller derby faded from the public view after the height of its popularity in the 1970’s but, since its grassroots all-female revival in 2001, roller derby leagues have sprung up all across the globe — including Saskatoon.
World Rivers Day Festival 2013, which takes over Frienship Park on Sept. 29, is looking to show everyone just how the river is to Saskatoon.
Saskatoon is one of the fastest growing cities in Canada and it is full of exciting things to do if people are willing to go out and find them.
For some, it’s truly a case of life or death.
With hopefully only a short while until Saskatoon’s newest bridge opens, the city is buzzing with name suggestions for it.