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Weiss Nominated for Emmy Award

He has been nominated for a Grammy....how about an Emmy?  Tyler Weiss grew up in Moose Jaw and now makes a living in the entertainment industry in Vancouver as a visual effects producer on the TV show "The 100".  More on his career, the Emmy nomination and more in his interview with CHAB's Rob Carnie in the podcast section of this page.

Tyler Weiss

RuBarb's "Singin' in the Rain"

Moose Jaw's professional theatre company "RuBarb Productions" is back on stage for an extanded stay at our Mae Wilson Theatre this summer.  Show and ticket info for "Singin' in the Rain" right HERE!


RuBarb Singin

Temple Gardens Painting Explained

Moose Jaw artist Yvette Moore stands proudly with a print of her painting of  Temple Gardens, the storied dance hall and social centre that once stood on Langdon Crescent in downtown Moose Jaw.  Guests at the upcoming "Temple Gardens Ballroom Rockin' Celebration" will have the opportunity to buy prints and artcards this Labour Day Weekend.  The original painting remains on display in our community.  Where?  Listen to Yvette's visit with CHAB's Rob Carnie in the podcast section.

Yvette Moore

I Am Hutterite

Although she left her colony many years ago when she was a child, Mary-Ann Kirkby still calls herself "Hutterite".  Her award winning, first book "I Am Hutterite" was a best seller and the sequel is getting good reviews.  "Secrets of a Hutterite Kitchen" deals with the secrets told and the secret ingredients in some wonderful recipes! 

Some Hutterite people are not pleased with Mary-Ann and her writing.  In fact, one local Hutterite man scolded her in public at Moose Jaw's Saskatchewan Festival of Words.  Mary-Ann told 800 CHAB's Rob Carnie all about it on The Heartland at Noon recently.  Listen to the conversation in the podcast section on this page.

Mary-Anne Kirkby

A&W Show & Shine!

A&W Show and Shine, just off the highway, on your Thursday night (July 17,2014)

  The picture above, does not even justify all the incredible vehicles at this years annual, A&W Show and Shine. Vehicles ranging from the 1920's to early 1990's where showing up from all sorts of locations, in mint condition. We were able to speak with some of the owner's and each and everyone one, couldn't be more proud to be there, showing off their vehicles. Show and Shine's are some of Summer's main attractions, as people come from all over just to show off their fantastic vehicles. We had a great warm night for this event, not only was their the attraction of the cars, but being at A&W you were able to grab a burger, some fries, and walk around filling that dinner appetite, with an amazing viewing!!