If I had a time machine, the first place I’d see would be Winnipeg a hundred years ago.
When George W. Bush won his re-election campaign in 2004, Michael Moore was upset.
Little over a month ago, the Weinstein Company released a 23-minute documentary on the making of the Oscar-winning film “The King’s Speech.” In it, screenwriter David Seidler discusses the long struggle to get the script approved for production by the Crown.
Black Field is a perfect example of independent cinema done well: a simple story featuring deeply convicted characters worth investing in, executed with precision and affection.
In the 1800s and early 1900s, the railway was the most important method of moving goods and people across Canada. In honour of The Uniter’s annual urban issue, we decided to look at five ways the railway shaped Manitoba.
Local five-piece Royal Canoe has been moving bodies and taking names in the city for a little over a half a year now.
If John Mayer and Bob Dylan had a baby, and that baby made quirky pop music, it would be Montreal songwriter Courtney Wing.
If you’ve heard anything from Plants and Animals, chances are this is the record you’ve been waiting long and hard for.
A new series of courses, named after the oft-attended university in horror writer H.P. Lovecraft’s novels, is aiming to educate Winnipeg teenagers about horror cinema.
You may know L.A. alt-rockers Wintergreen for their Atari-themed breakout song When I Wake Up, off their 2007 debut LP (Around &) Around Again.
Gray Waves, the debut LP from Athens, Georgia-based nu-gazers Twin Tigers, was released on iTunes last week.
This first single off Born Ruffians upcoming record Say It is probably exactly what you’d expect it to be.
As it turns out, our current dependence on social networking is just another thing you can thank the ‘70s for
This first single from the Vancouver duo The Pack A.D.‘s upcoming third album, We Kill Computers, packs a real wallop.
Three years ago, 26-year-old playwright and University of Winnipeg graduate Daniel Thau-Eleff boldly took the stage in Winnipeg and presented a challenge.
If you’re looking for interesting stories, Ingrid Gatin’s got a few.
Whether it’s touring alone (like, really completely alone), singing for her transportation, or conducting an accordion circle, the Brandon-born songstress has an unusual resume.
It’s not often you find a musician so inspired by silence.
Brotherhood of the Saggy Pants; Spooky Period Piece
If you know anything about composed music, whether new or classical, odds are you’ve heard of Jenny Lin.
Did a giraffe hold the boom mic? ; Sweet History ; eAryan