Going out to eat can be a complicated experience for those with dietary restrictions. How does Winnipeg’s restaurant culture fare when it comes to accommodating allergies and alternative lifestyles?
When choosing to participate in a fun run, there might be more to consider than which one has the catchiest name.
When it comes to events, Winnipeg is home to many beautiful spaces, and some locals are finding innovative ways to showcase them.
It can be difficult to know how to dress for transitional weather, but a few stylish locals have ideas for surviving nature’s mood swings.
Raising children can be expensive, but Winnipeg has budget-friendly organizations and events to keep many kids entertained.
The Winnipeg Nightlife Awards showcase Winnipeggers’ growing interest in quality after-hours experience, and anyone can have a say.
Anyone who can’t hear the Village Idiots’ apartment-based concerts through their floorboards can enjoy it free on Facebook Live every Wednesday night.
Do-it-yourself (DIY) projects are popular and share-worthy, but maybe it’s best to keep hair in the hands of a professional.
Local filmmakers have seen a shift in power dynamics on set within the last few years, mostly due to advances in technology.
Instant Messaging (IMing) is a popular, inexpensive way to keep in touch with friends. But it wasn’t so long ago that online communication was exciting and new, leaving lasting impressions on those who engaged with it.
Through trial and error, local brands learn how to engage an online audience without being annoying.
After a long hiatus, jam nights are back on Mondays at The Cavern, with a few updates.
Even those who prefer savoury treats may find sugar in their favourite pre-packaged snacks, but consumers are seeking out other ways to indulge cravings.
The Good Will Social Club was once divided into the bar side and the pizza side. Have a Nice Day, the new eatery, promises to be a more cohesive space with options as diverse as its clientele.
Winnipeg Studio Theatre’s presentation of American Idiot comes at a time when Canadians can relate to angsty lyrics about a country divided.
With easier access to information about health and wellness online, plant-based medicine is becoming more popular. Consumers who may have been curious about the benefits of plants can now find research, local greenhouses and helpful people to guide them in their search.
Modern audiences can explore classic crime fiction, mystery and plot twists at Christie Fest.
As fashion becomes more accessible, indie designers and amateur models have found a place on the Winnipeg scene.
The Vinyl Salon started as an intimate affair and has grown into a city-wide hub for women-run entertainment in safer spaces.
June Killing Stones is a locally grown band united in their value of community and positivity. Brothers Joshua and Jake Letkeman were working on their craft for years before putting together a group.