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Kevin Mackie, Jeremy Emerson and TJ Buggins were the winners of the 48-hour music video competition at the Black Knight on Monday. - Dana Bowen/NNSL photo
Floating hats, flashing lights and tiny pianos

After 48 hours of playing music, brainstorming ideas, scrambling through the rain and editing videos, four musicians presented their music videos Monday as part of the WAMP's sixth annual 48-hour music video competition. News LinkContinued

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E-mail: | Friday, August 22, 2014

Jonathan Churcher to host open mic at Javaroma

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - The Javaroma Jam resumed Aug.16 and is scheduled again for this Saturday. The open mic jam is every Saturday evening and welcomes to anyone who wants to perform music, tell stories or comedy acts. This week's host is Jonathan Churcher who may perform in-between acts.

Play on invisible friends searching for actors

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - Lunch Pail Theatre is searching for actors to play the parts of six male characters and six female characters for the play Harvey,written by Mary Chase. The play follows character Elwood P. Dowd who has an invisible friend, Harvey. Elwood introduces Harvey to everyone he meets. Social-climbing sister Veta does not approve of this and sends him to a sanitarium where trouble ensues. The play is set to run from Nov. 21 to 25 at the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre. Those interested in auditioning may contact for a slot. Walk-ins are welcome as well. Although reading material is provided, actors are allowed to bring prepared material of their own. Auditions will be held Aug. 26 in the Yellowknife Public Library meeting room.

Learn Ukrainian dance styles

SOMBA K'E/YELLOWKNIFE - The Ukrainian dance season returns this September and students must register to take part by Aug. 28. Sessions take place at the Ptarmigan Studio on Kam Lake and start Sept. 9. All skill levels are welcome and they accept dancers from age five and up and have six groups from beginners to senior. Classes meet once to twice a week and will teach the basics. The group aims to represent the different dance styles of the Ukraine's regions. The final concert is set for March 20 and 21.

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