Mixing tanks with Santa Claus is the real war on Christmas
The Winnipeg Improv Festival is just around the corner.
Hope McIntyre has quite the resume: playwright, director, founding artistic director of Sarasvàti Productions and 10-year University of Winnipeg professor.
The community of tents, banners, and protesters located in Memorial Park have packed up, but its impression is still being felt in the grassroots.
After 25 years as the sole constant member of Toronto indie band By Divine Right, José Contreras embarks on a solo adventure with this self-titled album.
Kitchen Knife is a fun bluesy record from country rock outfit The Devin Cuddy Band and a strong follow-up to the Juno nominated debut, Vol 1.
On the debut LP from Vancouver’s Young Liars, the band delivers a conceptual album of synth creeps that venture into even slower pop tracks.
Since the closure of Extra Foods and Zellers last year, the downtown core has had a dearth of affordable supermarkets.
The second album from Winnipeg-based band The Sturgeons follows up 2012 debut Wood Shop, which we then said was “fresh and unique”.
In the decade since its inception, Speaking Crow has had a number of locations around Winnipeg. Founded by Tanis McDonald, the poetry open mic has lived at Frame Arts Warehouse, Pop Sodas (RIP) and now finds its home at the Carol Shields Auditorium in the Millennium Public Library.
With summer on its way, the Manitoba Film Industry is preparing for a number of big and small productions headed to the province this summer.
During the Winnipeg Fringe, you will find two types of guardian angels around the festival.
In Winnipeg, a city in which “winter only service” had to be extended until the end of April this year, Handi-Transit is an invaluable service, especially during those harsh winter months.