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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

The gentleman farmer’s 'cornuco-P3'

The gentleman farmer’s 'cornuco-P3'

Pandemic Planting Project a blend of passions for Sturgeon County lawyer-now-also-farmer.
Pride still reigns in June through Outloud

Pride still reigns in June through Outloud

There are many reasons to celebrate, OutLoud's executive director says, and many more to come as the city's Pride Festival is set for the fall.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Art Gallery of St. Albert High Energy 26 is back, though in an online format only due to the ongoing pandemic.
ALS can strike when you're still young

ALS can strike when you're still young

The Rombough family is still walking strong for their son Adam, as do many other families intend to participate for their loved ones in this year's Walk to End ALS.
Morinville author completes the trilogy

Morinville author completes the trilogy

Just think of a wonderful thought, and there it is. Morinville author Riley Quinn has just released the grand finale in his Lost Boys trilogy. The Dark hit bookstores on June 1.
Beware the Farting Skeletons on SAIF’s rally path

Beware the Farting Skeletons on SAIF’s rally path

Hopwood said her family is proud to support a great cause, something that’s important to the whole clan.
Patience, congregants, for safer days ahead

Patience, congregants, for safer days ahead

Some churches have reopened to 15-per-cent capacity while others are worshipping virtually until the doors can swing wide to fill all the pews.
A work of genius, yet still fictional

A work of genius, yet still fictional

Leonardo, the eight-part series on Telus Presents, makes for fine viewing but don't use it for your scholarly paper because its facts don't line up with history. Still, it's fun, and that's what it's there for.
Small-town trouble from three sets of eyes

Small-town trouble from three sets of eyes

Author Mary Lawson virtually brings her new book to a STARFest-sponsored event June 5.
Local 'low-commitment book club' up for Canadian podcast award

Local 'low-commitment book club' up for Canadian podcast award

Former St. Albert student, his wife, offer the same analysis and discussion you would get out of a book club, but in easily manageable portions of a chapter a week.