Friday, September 5, 2014
Exchange Nominated for Live Music Venue of the Year
The Exchange, owned and operated by the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange a not for profit organization, has been nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award - Live Music Venue of the Year.
Zandra, Venue Manager for the Exchange, feels the nomination for best live music venue is a very big deal.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Audio Warehouse - Celebrating 50 Years (Saved by Polka Music)
Audio Warehouse co-founder Brian Melby barely knew how to begin describing the 50 years of the company that would become Audio Warehouse.
“That’s a long, long story, there’s a whole lot of history behind that. “
Audio Warehouse has its roots tied to a wholesale company called Solaray distributors...
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Revolver Clothing Opens - Pinup, Rockabilly and Alternative
A new retail business has opened its doors in the Warehouse District, focusing on fashions from the past and present. Revolver Clothing, a pinup, rockabilly and alternative styled clothing store at 1247 Lorne Street, held its grand opening Mid-march. Owner Christina Faustmann was more than happy with the response.
“On the first morning, we had people lined up waiting to get in. When we started that day our place was full. After the grand opening you could see walls everywhere. It looked like I didn’t have anything. It was crazy but it was great.”
Friday, August 22, 2014
Bushwakker Regina Pale Ale Best in Country
While everyone has their own opinion about which beer is best, few people have a gold medal trophy to prove it like Mitch Dalrymple, head brewer for Bushwakker Brewpub.
“I definitely don’t let it go to my head. It’s nice to be recognized and have the affirmation that you are doing something right. But mostly, it’s nice to have nice shiny things on the wall and behind the bar to let people know that you do care...
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Byrne and Kelly Matinee at McNally's - August 9
Neil Byrne and Ryan Kelly are delighted to tour their acoustic show for the first time across Canada.
The duo performs an acoustic mix of Irish classics and original songs from their solo albums, some Celtic Thunder favourites and many songs from their album "Acoustically Irish".