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Man in Black lives on

Man in Black lives on

When Walk the Line debuted in 2005, David James had no idea the impact it would have on his life. The movie tells the story of the late Johnny Cash and his remarkable music career.

Tops in culture!

Flin Flon has once again taken its place as a cultural hub of Manitoba. Of the 28 communities outside Winnipeg that recently hosted Culture Days events, Flin Flon had the highest attendance with over 6,500 participants.

Songstress making childhood dream real

“That’s gonna be me some day.” Carley Belfry was just a kid in elementary school when she made that pledge to her grandma while watching American Idol.

Skit imagines meeting between Creighton, Collins

What if Tom Creighton and David Collins could somehow meet face to face? What would Creighton, the prospector history credits as the father of Flin Flon, say to Collins, the Métis trapper many say is the true founder of the community? Those intriguin

Skit imagines meeting between Creighton, Collins

What if Tom Creighton and David Collins could somehow meet face to face? What would Creighton, the prospector history credits as the father of Flin Flon, say to Collins, the Métis trapper many say is the true founder of the community? Those intriguin

Former Flin Flon songstress Claudia Pachal, age 9, an online hit

Former Flonner joins dad for cover tune

Guest speakers to bring Culture Days alive

Culture Days are quickly approaching with events and activities getting underway this weekend. There are over 70 activities to choose from in Flin Flon and the surrounding area.

Are residents ready to LARP?

Live Action Role Playing set as part of Culture Days

Dance academy back on pointe

Dancers of all ages will be back at the barre as the Northern Lights Dance Academy heads back to class this month. Now in the third season of its second generation, the school is headed by Tammy Dowell, who acts as lead instructor and organizer.

All of life’s a stage for former Flonner

“What’s my motivation?” is a question often posed by actors attempting to mould themselves into their latest role. But as he becomes an increasingly familiar presence in Canadian theatre, Andrew Taylor need only look within for the answer.