By Burton’s moustache, I’m going to punch the next person that suggests this city sucks. Winnipeg doesn’t suck. You suck.
A few years ago, Winnipeg folk group Sibyl set out performing renditions of Sufjan Stevens and Nathan songs. Although the band soon made the switch to original material, one could argue it’s still a cover band. A hardcover band that is.
In the stand-up comedy world – just like anywhere else – “bombing” is generally a bad thing.
Rock this town – in style.
Charlene Diehl – director of Thin Air 2013 – is determined to change people’s perceptions of what the festival actually is.
Jordan Welwood is the Winnipeg finalist in SiriusXM’s Canada’s Next Top Comic competition.
This summer, the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre wants you to “Embrace the F Word.”
Alex Danyliuk, drummer for Winnipeg band The Revival, passed away unexpectedly on April 12 at the age of 22.
At the time of this writing, the Winnipeg Jets sit at the top of the NHL’s Southeast Division, placing them third in the Eastern Conference standings.
More and more people are pedaling their way around the ‘Peg.
Public alcohol consumption is illegal in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg is home to a number of locally produced podcasts.
Geek is the new chic.
When Tiffany Thomas started working at Poppie Clothing, it was completely casual.
Me Made March is a series of weekly workshops on how to make handcrafted clothing, including tights/leggings, scarves, tanks, sack dresses - and even underwear.
For Laina Hughes, it’s always a beautiful day in the neighbourhood.
Inspired by the Coen brothers’ 1998 cult classic film, Lebowskipalooza is Canada’s biggest The Big Lebowski-themed event.
Dr. Evil isn’t the only man to prefer a slippery, smooth sack. Dudes everywhere are removing their unwanted body hair, so much so that they created a word for it: manscaping.
Yiannis Tsalatsidis wears his heart on his sleeve.
Roll up! Roll up! Take Flight, a new cirque-style aerial acrobatics group, has just started in Winnipeg.