1. Suzanne Gessler, The Pennyloaf Bakery
2. Amanda Kinden, Oh Doughnuts
3. Jenna Rae, Jenna Rae Cakes
1. Max Frank, Have a Nice Day
2. Adam Donnelly, Segovia / Mandel Hitzer, deer + almond
3. Ben Kramer, custom catering
1. Gabrielle Funk
2. Matea Radic
3. TIE: Takashi Iwasaki / Colby Richardson
"We all know and love people that use drugs,” Veda Koncan, project coordinator at the Manitoba Harm Reduction Network (MHRN), says.
Trivia nights are an opportunity for fans to gather and show their knowledge of their favourite show, movie or book.
The Friday following American Thanksgiving is widely known as Black Friday. But to some, it is celebrated as Black Friday’s antithesis, Buy Nothing Day.
Improv is a life skill, according to Riva Billows, executive director of Common Crow Improv Co.
According to Jack Lamon, sex is fundamental to everyone. The worker-owner at Come As You Are (CAYA), a co-operatively-run sex shop in Toronto, explains that to express one’s sexuality in today’s society is radical.
Contemporary dancers are branching out to collaborate with other art forms. According to Johanna Riley, interim company manager at Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers (WCD), this crossover is a natural evolution for the genre.
The Bike Dump is hosting a six-week series of workshops for women, trans*, femme and non-binary people. The series, called Sister Cycle, aims to empower these folks by teaching bicycle mechanics skills.
Kombucha has existed for hundreds of years, yet it is only just gaining popularity in Winnipeg. The strong, sweet tea is fermented by a bacterial culture called a Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast, affectionately known by its cute acronym, SCOBY.
The University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) recently signed on to the Our Turn National Student Action Plan (Our Turn), a coalition of student groups and unions across the country, pledging to improve the university’s current sexual assault policy.
The past 15 years have been transformative for Winnipeg’s Exchange District.
The natural hair movement is gaining momentum in Winnipeg, but it’s slowed by a lack of products and knowledge.
Winnipeg is known for its many haunted locations. This month, the public can visit these places and hear the stories – and perhaps have a first-hand experience.
In a patriarchal society that tones down sensitivity, the Whiny Femmes zine is a breath of fresh air.
Winnipeggers love their cult classics.
The University of Winnipeg has been adapting its campus to address the needs of gender non-conforming (GNC) individuals in the past few years. However, accessibility to gender-neutral washrooms is still an issue.
Winnipeggers aren’t great at reusing their kitchen scraps.
Social change occurs at the intersection of talent and ability. The upcoming Justice for Errol Benefit Show, a showcase of bands coming together to support prison abolition, exemplifies this.