Published November 21, 2012
One-armed swings, goblet squats and the over-head press are just some of the exercises that combine cardiovascular movement, strength building and flexibility using just one kettlebell.
A society that values critical thinking over any sort of certitude or emotional reasoning produces a lot of cynics.
I’m just the right amount of stuffed after eating at South Osborne’s new All About Thai restaurant.
On Jan. 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti approximately 25 kilometres from the nation’s capital Port-au-Prince, killing over 300,000 people and leaving close to one million homeless.
More music this week
The claim that there are no decent live music venues in Winnipeg has been a popular one as of late, as the Albert seems to be in a constant state of “opening soon,” the Lo Pub is searching for a new venue, Pop Soda’s had a fender bender and the Death Trap died out.
Toronto-based electro-pop artist Diamond Rings (a.k.a. John O’Regan) has had rising success over the past two years.
By the time this piece is printed, there is no telling how many more Palestinian civilians will have been added to the death toll, how many more will be hospitalized, and how many more will have been left homeless.
It’s that time of year again.
Capitalism is a tough economy.
Both the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association and the University of Manitoba Students’ Union have received mandates to proceed with negotiations for a subsidized bus pass.
The search for Tanya Nepinak’s remains has been suspended for more than a month, but public debate over the issue continues to rage on both sides.
Officials with Manitoba’s Sports Hall of Fame (HOF) are hoping its recent grand reopening will help with efforts to reinvigorate the East Exchange.
As a bike courier, Kat Hindmarsh knows Winnipeg’s infamous bike culture better than most.
Local activist Sarah Granke grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Her decision to become involved in the city’s feminist activist community was influenced greatly by her family and her studies at the University of Manitoba.
City to review snow clearing complaints; Métis considered in Bipole III change; Proposal to sell city land near The Forks defeated; Manitoba ranked high in charitable giving; Police call guns-for-cameras campaign successful