It’s safe to say that Carol Brisebois knows children.
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Brandt gracefully weaves a journey through Canadian prairies, Detroit and the Spanish paradise of Mojácar in her latest collection of poetry, Walking to Mojácar.
In a city with so many places for live music, the lifespan of a venue can be a precarious thing.
More music this week
It’s a few days before Mike Petkau Falk’s 32nd birthday, and he’s reflecting on the past 360-ish days.
While growing up, most of us got into some sort of trouble with our parents, resulting in Mom and Dad biting our heads off.
Nothing summarizes the ugly decay and subtle beauty of Winnipeg like a walk down the Exchange District’s Adelaide Street.
Long Story Short is Winnipeg native Len Bowen’s solo debut, full of comfortable beats and micro-dramas of his hip-hop journey.
From its opening four minutes – Michael Holt’s acapella narrative of his life’s loves from childhood to the present – The Dawn Chorus is clearly a storytelling album.
John Cusack, the Mayans and an array of melodramatic doomsday theorists would all have us believe that this year, 2011, will be our last before the apocalypse.
This month marks a change in Winnipeg’s literary guard, as Ivan Coyote becomes the sixth Carol Shields writer-in-residence at the University of Winnipeg.
Granted the holidays are over, but if you’re looking for tracks to throw on to your holiday mixtape for next year, consider this song.
Danny Fernandes’s sophomore album AutomaticLUV is the perfect soundtrack for the nights you can’t remember.
For her second album, released in 2009, Emma Hill is touring with her new backing band The Gentleman Callers.
Just because we here at The Uniter are taking a little Christmas publishing break, it doesn’t mean the city’s vibrant arts and culture scene stops. We’ve compiled the best musical, theatrical, crafty, dancey, and just downright Christmas-y things going on in Winnipeg for you all in one place, so you can make the best of your hard-earned Christmas break.
Crossword and Sudoku solutions from the Dec. 2, 2010 issue.