Winnipeg’s theatre scene changed in 2000 when Hope McIntyre moved to this city.
These days, everyone and their mom has a blog.
It’s that time again.
“I’m drunk off the ‘90s,” Chelsea Neufeld laughs, throwing her head back.
Frank Lee is a legend of martial arts.
Alma is your average 15-year-old.
Since first making their mark with the underground hit Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell - a three-minute song that consists almost entirely of the refrain, “I’m at the Pizza Hut / I’m at the Taco Bell / I’m at the combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell” - New York trio Das Racist have made a name for themselves with their unique brand of hip hop.
By now the news is old, but nevertheless still sad.
HutK sits at the corner of Princess Street, tucked neatly between the historic red-brick buildings of the Exchange District.
In cities and towns across North America, the farmers’ market is experiencing a renaissance moment.
Winnipeg’s modern tapas-meets-diner eatery, which overlooks the corner of Princess Street and McDermot Avenue in Winnipeg’s Exchange District, has a distinctly casual, yet stylish, demeanor.
Talk about doing it yourself. For her latest album, Hush, Winnipeg expat and current Montreal resident Jenn Mierau not only wrote and recorded all the music herself, she also created the album artwork by rug-hooking a 14,400-stitch self-portrait.
Buzz Osborne is excited to return to Canada with his band, legendary sludge-metal weirdos the Melvins.
Glancing over the 25th annual Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival’s extensive lineup of shows, it’s immediately apparent there will be no shortage of intriguing entertainment, what with titles such as The Complete History of the Moustache, Surf Chimps and Pretending Things are a Cock finding their way onto the recently finalized list.
There’s a lot of music to be seen and heard in Manitoba this summer. Whether you like folk, rock, country, blues or metal, there’s a music festival happening in or near this province that’s just for you.
Dropping grad school or a steady day job to start a band is not usually regarded as the smart thing to do, but for indie folk darlings The Head and the Heart, that’s exactly what needed to happen to make the band a success.
The nephew of a founding member of the Allman Brothers, Derek Trucks formed the Derek Trucks Band and performed with Bob Dylan before he even turned 20. He has released nine albums and twice appeared on Rolling Stone’s list of 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.
Simply calling the Winnipeg Folk Festival an outdoor music festival is an understatement.
What’s it like to spend an evening with one of the world’s most popular electronic musicians? Ferro Montanino knows.