Hannah Foulger

Arts and culture editor  

  • A free press for a free and democratic society

    The role of journalism in Pallister’s Manitoba

  • Arts briefs

    Club Soda’s Game Night // Mardi Jazz jam sessions // Speaking Crow with Shereen Ramprashad // HUNKS Comedy Podcast // SafeAtHome Stories // Freeze Frame at home

  • Arts briefs

    Cr8ery exhibition closing soon // Stuck at Home // Disabled People Talking // 356 Days/365 Plays (One Act) // Free big-band concerts // Light up the Pyramid, hosted by MEMETIC

  • Arts briefs

    MB Arts Network’s online performances // Raine Hamilton at the West End Cultural Centre // Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra quintets // Shred Kelly plays the Winnipeg Folk Festival, virtually // Roaring 2020s at Home hosted by MEMETIC // Theory at Home

  • Losing traction

    When cyclists make sidewalks unsafe

  • Arts briefs

    Creating in a digital world // Lana Winterhalt and MoonBell release Still // small gatherings at PLATFORM centre // One Queer City // Unshakeable: An Epilepsy Awareness Concert // Begonia announces live album

  • Invigorating the Bard

    Origin stories: Shakespeare in the Ruins

  • Arts briefs

    Juice Journal // Creating in a digital world // Artist Boot Camp on grant writing // Planet Pantry // Mocap with your webcam // Cinematheque at Home: Sound of Metal

  • Deserving of respect

    The state of disability support in Winnipeg

  • Finding peace at home

    Arranging living spaces to boost mental health

  • The mature rebrand

    Grown-up child star releases his sophomore album

  • A peek at Fred Penner’s world

    New documentary digs into the history of the beloved children’s entertainer

  • Playing on paper

    Origin Stories: Jon Klassen

  • Safe shopping, locally

    Local businesses offering pickup and delivery for all your pantry needs

  • From seed to flower

    Origin Stories: Begonia

  • Deaf author boycotts his own book

    ‘I don’t want other people to feel (alienated)’

  • Historically modern

    Nearly a century ago, Modern Electric Lunch was Winnipeg’s first restaurant with electric refrigeration. A new restaurant with the same name has opened in the same space.

  • Favourite Winnipeg winter activity

    Favourite Winnipeg winter activity

    1. Outdoor ice skating
    2. Long walks on the River Trail
    3. Staying inside

  • Favourite local place to eat

    Favourite local place to eat

     1. Juneberry
    2. Never Better Coffee
    3. Roughage Eatery / Sous Sol (tie)

  • Favourite local gallery or artist-run centre

    Favourite local gallery or artist-run centre

    1. Winnipeg Art Gallery
    2. MAWA / aceart inc. (tie)

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