Just like you can’t judge a book by its cover, you can’t judge a restaurant until you’ve eaten the food. And you really need to chow down to appreciate The Food Tree.
With the holiday season in full swing, you may be searching for unique, local products that are environmentally friendly. Just the Goods, a local handmade skincare line, might be just what you need.
“I don’t wanna get a job and go to school,” Gary Gach’s lyrics ring through.
Throw your firm, sculpted ass in the air and say “Namaste” if you love yoga – free yoga.
What is war photography? Is it a relatively modern art form with visual images creating a story, or a cheap thrill for a society that is fascinated with violence and struggles for power?
Fast-paced and morally twisted, Horacio Castellanos Moya’s novel Dance With Snakes is not for those who rely on happy endings.
Berube, who is Manitoba born but based out of Montreal, released the four-track Tailored to Fit EP as a preview to his new album, June in Siberia, which is due out in 2011.
A small gallery in the suburbs of Winnipeg has gathered artists, both local and from around the world, to bring awareness to the issue that every human being has the right to food.
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Gentlemen, have your PUA (pick-up artist) techniques been lagging as of late? Has the once solid pick-up line “nice shoes, wanna fuck?” garnered you more testicular injuries and vodka-cran face washes than sweet lovin’ lately?
This 2007 release from Nashville band Awake! Awake! stretches the gap between stadium rock anthem and basement new wave, and makes it look easy.
Back To You is a little like Walk The Line, had Johnny Cash been Canadian, female and – unfortunately – more boring.
After her 2004 debut, Eye To The Telescope, produced three hit singles all with the same storytelling, strum-y acoustic vibe.
A reviewer’s ears can only take so much.
Dayle Goertzen’s love of vintage began as a child, collecting tossed away treasures at yard sales.
Chic Gamine is definitely not your grandma’s a cappella group. In fact, the band, composed of vocalists Alexa Dirks, Andrina Turenne, Annick Bremault, Ariane Jean and drummer Sacha Daoud, isn’t sure how to classify themselves.
The band from Plum Coulee, Man., has put out a gritty, dirty blues album (just listen to Link Neufeld’s harp playing) made up of covers and a few originals.
Melissa Hiebert is barely out of her teens and she has already written, directed and filmed most of her first feature film.
The Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art was a staple of the Exchange District for nearly 40 years.
A 13-year veteran in the hip-hop scene, Timbuktu makes his solo debut charging his dubious style with punchy beats.