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Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes

Scott Hayes joined the St. Albert Gazette in 2008. Scott writes about the arts, entertainment, movies, culture, community groups, and charities. He also writes general news, features, columns and profiles on people.

Recent Work by Scott

'Frozen building' ready to thaw?

'Frozen building' ready to thaw?

There is fresh optimism afoot for the building with a troubled history and zero tenancy for a full decade. St. Albert Crossing was constructed in 2009 and yet has never seen a single business day. That could change as a representative was in town to establish an occupancy permit. Here's a comprehensive look at a controversial commercial space that still might find a positive place in the city's business community.
A wonder to behold

A wonder to behold

The Up series returns with 63 Up, a look at 14 people who have been documented on film every seven years of their lives.
A pen for a golf course membership?

A pen for a golf course membership?

The 'trade-up' game worked miraculously for a few local Re/Max realtors who were trying to drum up a worthy auction item for the Sturgeon Community Hospital Foundation. Starting with a pen, they ended up with a prize that will leave bidders teed off, but in a very good way.
Get floored by eco vinyl

Get floored by eco vinyl

It's time to start thinking harder about your new flooring before you install it in your house, and about what will happen to it when you eventually replace it. Alberta First Flooring has your home reno heads up on eco friendly vinyl plank and more.
Crafts for Aussie critters to the rescue

Crafts for Aussie critters to the rescue

Local craftspeople assembled recently to help contribute to the Canadian Animal Rescue Craft Guild, making simulated animal pouches and nests for the beleaguered animal denizens of land affected by Australia's devastating wildfires.
A son's search for history and truth

A son's search for history and truth

Landon Register never knew his father, Capt. Lonnie Register, and now he's trying to get in contact with anyone who might have their stories to tell of the only American pilot who was killed during a tragic accident in 1985.
The time for stories has started at the 'mini library'

The time for stories has started at the 'mini library'

The Jensen Lakes Library held its grand opening on Saturday with speeches and cake, plus a lot of families enjoying the books and other offerings of having a library nearby.
Portfolio: Weekly art listings

Portfolio: Weekly art listings

Fantasy fun for all ages in new trilogy

Fantasy fun for all ages in new trilogy

Alexis Marie Chute has enough energy to be an artist, photographer, curator, editor, and now writer. Her trilogy is now well into the middle volume with the final part readying for a spring release.
Where'd You Go, Bernadette is a feel-good flick at rock bottom

Where'd You Go, Bernadette is a feel-good flick at rock bottom

Reel Mondays starts up again on Jan. 27 with Boyhood director Richard Linklater's latest.