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Saali, otherwise known as Charles Keelan, from Saali and the Ravenhearts performed at Iqaluit's Inuksuk High School on Jan. 17. - Casey Lessard/NNSL photo
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Determination for getting what one wants out of life is something Charles Keelan holds close to his heart and it's the message the lead singer of Saali and the Ravenhearts relayed to a group of young offenders last week. News LinkContinued

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Entertainment Notes

E-mail: entertainment@nnsl.com | Friday, January 23, 2015

Tracing transition

Enjoy a unique performance using archived recordings and live acting exploring gender transition. Multi-medium artist Tristan R. Whiston presents a series of recordings before and during his gender transitions from female to male.

Co-presented by the Yellowknife Artist Run Community Center, the performance, Trace, takes place Feb. 6 at Centre Square Mall.

Splash into the arts

Artists can bring their paintbrushes to Northern United Place in February and get to work.

Yellowknife Watercolour Society is hosting its monthly event, called "Painting Saturday" on Feb. 7. Taking place in room 215, it serves as a chance for members of the group, both new and old, to share work and learn new techniques.

Artists can join anytime between 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Old-time tunes return

Old Town Mondays are back at it with regular shows at the Cellar.

The group brought the tradition back last week and will continue every Monday.

The genre-defying band's music blurs between folk, rock, old-time music and big band sound.

Music starts at 7:30 p.m. weekly.

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