Volume 73, Number 3

Published September 20, 2018

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  • Pockets have no gender

    Pockets in clothing has been a topic discussed since the suffragette movement and has most recently come back to being a trending topic.

  • Into the swing of things

    I hesitate to make sweeping generalizations, but I think that by this, our third issue, we’re really getting a good momentum going at The Uniter. 

  • Whose House? Alex’s House!

    Having lived and worked all over the world, Chilean-born artist/curator Alex Keim just can’t get enough of Winnipeg.

  • Arts briefs

    Aretha Franklin tribute // Fringe fundraiser // Madeleine Roger album release // The Lytics CD release party // Winnipeg Design Festival // Winnipeg Crankie Festival

  • CRITIPEG: Manitoba Chamber Orchestra featuring cellist Colin Carr

    The first concert from Winnipeg’s classical music institutions this season was served by the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra (MCO) at Westminster United Church on Wednesday, Sept. 12.

  • ArtsJunktion provides accessible arts supplies and education

    Walking into ArtsJunktion for the first time tends to change people. 

  • Ex ├śmerta - Sink In

    Since emerging on the local scene in 2017, Winnipeg’s self-proclaimed bastard rock trio has been making waves, despite not ever having released a major project.

  • Thin Air Writers Festival set to fly at high altitudes

    As the Thin Air Winnipeg International Writers Festival enters its 23rd year, director Charlene Diehl is searching for new ideas, new voices and new experiences.

  • Crystal Clear

    A child born with a physical condition like Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) may have the typical childhood dreams of being a firefighter, doctor or astronaut. As they grow, they realize that being in a wheelchair and having a condition that weakens their muscles means they have limitations to what they can do.

  • News Briefs

    Sounding the Drum // Star Blanket Project // Transit and Transportation Town Hall // Drag Brunch // #MeToo after Avital Ronell // Langside Learning Garden

  • Policy talk: pains, gains and automobiles

    Winnipeg is the centre of many debates about transportation, from Portage and Main’s pedestrian predicament to bike accessibility to the unanswered question of what will replace Greyhound in rural communities. Luckily, Winnipeggers have plenty of opportunity to get involved and make their voices heard.

  • A Sports League for everyone

    University of Winnipeg (U of W) student group Inexperienced Sports League (ISL) is interested in bringing new and old sports and games to fun-loving students who don’t have time to join a sports team but are down to get some physical exercise.

  • Poor grade on sexual assault policy spurs change

    In October of last year, national student group Our Turn gave the University of Winnipeg (U of W) a D grade – 54/100 – in their study on how sexual assault was dealt with on campuses.

  • Wesmen Soccer Vs. Fraser Valley Cascades

    On Sept. 14, 2018, the Winnipeg Wesmen women's team hosted the Fraser Valley Cascades. 

  • Head held high

    Weed. Jazz cabbage. The devil’s lettuce. Whatever you choose to call it, cannabis is becoming more socially accepted.