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NLFB Meltdown offers emerging musicians a chance to perform a dream gig

NLFB Meltdown offers emerging musicians a chance to perform a dream gig

Townehouse Tavern hosts battle-of-the-bands March 18
Queen tribute band plays Caruso Club next month

Queen tribute band plays Caruso Club next month

March 12 concert will support Canadian Diabetes Association
Moose on the Loose delivers evening of chuckles

Moose on the Loose delivers evening of chuckles

STC's latest offers a good giggle in the cold of February
Italian immigrants and an unruly ungulate in STC's latest comedy

Italian immigrants and an unruly ungulate in STC's latest comedy

Italian comedy "Moose on the Loose" opens Feb. 16
LOL Sudbury brings in André-Philippe Gagnon

LOL Sudbury brings in André-Philippe Gagnon

Francophone performer known for masterful impersonations 
The agenda for Black History Month celebrations is out and it looks awesome

The agenda for Black History Month celebrations is out and it looks awesome

Debbie Barnard guest speaker for full night of events
Enough with the Canadian and ethnic ‘crap’, patron posts to STC bulletin board

Enough with the Canadian and ethnic ‘crap’, patron posts to STC bulletin board

Caleb Marshall, Sudbury Theatre Centre’s artistic executive director, says the ‘crap’ is about telling stories that reflect the North
<updated>Update:&nbsp;</updated>More details on Sudbury Poutine Fest

Update: More details on Sudbury Poutine Fest

Mysterious new summer festival to celebrate Canada's fast food delicacy
Now you can see Sudbury Symphony at a trinity of venues

Now you can see Sudbury Symphony at a trinity of venues

For its 2017-18 season, the SSO will play in three prominent local venues
Canadore College building state-of-the-art post-production facility in North Bay

Canadore College building state-of-the-art post-production facility in North Bay

Facility will be the only one of its kind in Northern Ontario and will make Canadore the first educational institution to receive the Dolby Premier Studio certification in Canada