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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

At Your Service: Reel Mondays lined up for your viewing pleasure

At Your Service: Reel Mondays lined up for your viewing pleasure

Need a cinematic escape to heat up your Alberta winter blues? Reel Mondays has the cure in five marvellous doses for you.
A generation of peace one day at a time

A generation of peace one day at a time

Pulling the thread

Pulling the thread

Fashion is murder anyway, n’est-ce pas? I mean, who wouldn’t selling their soul to the devil in exchange for the chance to look smokin’ hot in a sexy red dress? That's the question writer/director Peter Strickland seems to be asking in his new stylistic film, In Fabric.
At Your Service: Trees for giving and bags for hope

At Your Service: Trees for giving and bags for hope

The local organizer of Bag of Hope is looking for support in the form of donations of goods for the people who most need the kindness of strangers. “We fill backpacks full of life necessities for the homeless and then we give that to them in December."
Portfolio: Weekly art listings

Portfolio: Weekly art listings

53 years, thousands served for Christmas

53 years, thousands served for Christmas

It’s no small feat for the Kinette Club of St. Albert to produce the annual Christmas Hamper campaign. They've been doing it for 53 years, too.
The whodunnit done better

The whodunnit done better

Are you a fan of murder mysteries but can't stand most dumbed-down versions? Check out Knives Out and you won't be disappointed.
The troubling story of internment in Canada

The troubling story of internment in Canada

Canada invoked the War Measures Act to intern people of various ethnicities and spiritual beliefs during World Wars I and II. A new exhibit at the Musée Héritage Museum takes a look into the history that many people didn't learn in school.
Gold medal artist

Gold medal artist

Brad Necyk is a busy artist but he isn't watering down his multidisciplinary work, as evidenced by his recent Governor General's Gold Medal.
At Your Service: Elves wanted to fill bookshelves

At Your Service: Elves wanted to fill bookshelves