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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

A solid landing for Dynamyx

A solid landing for Dynamyx

A twisty 10-year trek to open a spacious new building challenged the club to learn some new skills — in fundraising and patience.
Pride on pause due to COVID

Pride on pause due to COVID

St. Albert's festival was meant to return on Saturday after a pandemic-based hiatus since 2020.
Writer in residence reporting for St. Albert duty

Writer in residence reporting for St. Albert duty

Need help writing? No ... that's not good. How about, "Nisha Patel is here to make all of your literary woes dissipate." Umm ... that sounds hoity-toity. Who uses the word 'dissipate?' Help!
Wingmen have WINGS covered

Wingmen have WINGS covered

St. Albert's Jesse Lipscombe is just one of 30 successful and prominent men in the Edmonton area to be included as faces of the WINGMAN campaign.
At Your Service: The engines are revving because Autorama is back

At Your Service: The engines are revving because Autorama is back

Autorama is back, which means that classic-car enthusiasts are keeping summer going for as long as possible.
Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings

Portfolio: weekly art listings
Thirty candles on the STAR-shaped cake

Thirty candles on the STAR-shaped cake

STAR Literacy is looking good as a thirty-something community-based program. Its plans for a celebration have changed with some delays, but literacy and lifelong learning continue unabated.
Annual suicide vigil a moment of healing

Annual suicide vigil a moment of healing

The city is once again hosting its annual vigil to mark World Suicide Prevention Day at 7 p.m. today (Friday, Sept. 10) at the Celebration Gardens.
Reel Mondays returns in full force

Reel Mondays returns in full force

The series was abruptly canceled in spring 2020 and hasn't been able to schedule films for screening until now.
Religious program aims to shine light on reconciliation

Religious program aims to shine light on reconciliation

Plays a central role in the Star of the North's new spiritual formation offering.