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YOUNG MAESTROS
A pair of students sponsored by local business Don's Piano Place came out on top in their respective age categories in a North America-wide competition put on by the Hailun Piano Company.
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WATCHING THE WATCHERS
Guerrilla Motion Pictures founders Justin Kueber and Sam Reid are putting some of their observations about society on film in their new web series, People Watchers.
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MAKING HISTORY
Molly James, a pro at the St. Albert Tennis Club this summer, was part of the University of Alberta Golden Bears and Pandas tennis team that made history earlier this month in Quebec.
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STELLAR LINEUP
STARFest, hosted by the St. Albert Public Library, unveiled its lineup of authors for 2014 recently, headlined by the Canadian author of Life of Pi, Yann Martel (pictured).
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Local News

St. Albert

Back to class for regional music program

As students in St. Albert get ready to go back to school next … Read More...

Council Notes: Aug. 18, 2014

LIBRARY AND SPACE NEEDS Background: City council voted to … Read More...

SAMHA looks to get more kids in the game with gear swap

The St. Albert Minor Hockey Association is hoping to get more … Read More...

Local Entertainment

Festival wants to give artists a kick-StArt

For five years, local artists have been contributing to StArts … Read More...

Paul Kane grad Lindsey Carmichael returns to St. Albert Saturday for a book signing at the local Chapters store. (Photo supplied)

Forensics get fuzzy for author

A children’s author who originally hails from St. Albert is … Read More...

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Towing the line at AGSA

Some simple lines are making a big impact this month at the Art … Read More...

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OPINION

Artwork: FRED CURATOLO, St. Albert Leader

Editorial Cartoon: Aug. 21, 2014

See more of Fred's work by visiting CuratoloCartoons.com or by following @LeaderCartoon on Twitter … [Read More...]

Editorial: Don’t put the brakes on food trucks

Once upon a time, you were lucky if you could find any kind of street food here in the Capital Region, and even luckier if you found it here in St. Albert. There might be a single, solitary hot dog … [Read More...]

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