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A screen advertising Kevin Hart's upcoming show in Regina

Regina is moving away from its fly over status as more and more international standup comedians are bringing their act to the Queen City.

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Jeff Funnell's Art Installation "Notes from the Inquest" at the Mackenzie Art Gallery

Head curator of the MacKenzie Art Gallery Timothy Long is excited to showcase the gallery's newly donated art installation Notes from the Inquest from Canadian Artist Jeff Funnell. “We have a really strong history of collecting works by First Nations artists. Mr. Funnell is non-Indigenous, but there is a context for that work here that I think was important.” Long says that Funnell’s work shows a “great deal of sympathy and interest in the proceedings.”

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A scene from The Last Wife. Photo by Caitlin Taylor.

“Zero stuffiness.” That is one thing director Anita Rochon makes clear about the Globe Theatre’s latest production – The Last Wife. 

The play, which previews March 1 and officially opens March 2, explores the marriage between King Henry VIII and his sixth and final wife, Katherine Parr. Yet what sounds like a cliché historical play is anything but, according to Rochon.

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Photographer Jackie Larkin (left) shows her client, Veronica Wilgosh (right) the final prints from their recent boudoir shoot in Larkin's studio in Regina on Feb. 8, 2017. Photo by Caitlin Taylor.

More Saskatchewan women are trading in their everyday attire for something a little sexier –  and many are learning to appreciate and celebrate their bodies along the way.   

“I felt beautiful, I felt alive, I felt young. It actually made me smile and feel really good inside,” said Veronica Wilgosh, who recently had a boudoir photo shoot with Jackie Larkin, a Regina-based photographer.

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