There are countless movies about the end of the world. Some take a realistic approach, while others are totally over the top. Here’s a rundown of each style and if any of them could actually happen.
Much like the Disney vault, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet is resurrecting an old favourite.
Artists forge their way through with hard work and dedication. They snatch up ephemeral ideas from the ether and breathe life into them and render them anew, giving them shape, life and voice.
For almost a decade now, Nick Thorburn has been crafting daring and beautiful indie music. From the fantastical indie pop of Unicorns to recent supergroup Mister Heavenly, the man who calls Islands his main focus has been busy for almost 10 years.
What would life in Winnipeg be like if the world went down the drain?
Prairie Theatre Exchange’s main space is in a state of controlled chaos as the media call for Altar Boyz - PTE’s current co-production with Winnipeg Studio Theatre - gets going.
It’s hard to believe that Ottawa’s alt-country sweetheart Kathleen Edwards’s career is already a decade in, and on her fourth album she doesn’t go too far from where she came.
Vancouver-born singer-songwriter Ann Vriend gifts us with her first independen
A seemingly by-the-numbers rock record, Larrikin’s sound is simple yet effective.
In these days when the majority of bands are all taking a drag from the same hypothetical cigarette, noise-pop outfit Microdot is smoking something else entirely - and for the better, I might add.
This EP sees Winnipeg’s Salinas branch out from its previous work to reveal a more mature sound and an atmospheric approach musically.
Carbon, by Winnipeg’s Federal Lights, is a solid EP. The songs feature an eclectic mix of instrumentation and emotionality, making it a great listen.
The only hill this francophone festival has gone over is the toboggan hill.
Young lungs have more endurance. They don’t tire easily.
Although it’s been almost 100 years since women won the right to vote, people still herald Nellie McClung as one of Canada’s most important historical figures - with good reason.
Acclaimed progressive thrash metal band Into Eternity will play its first show with new lead singer Amanda Kiernan at the Manitoba Metalfest this weekend.
What do dead-eyed feline humanoids, visibly enraged flying bread slices and (otherwise) idyllic prairie landscapes have in common?
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No life til leather - they’re gonna kick some ass this weekend.