Three years after making his English-language debut with the excellent Stoker, acclaimed South Korean auteur Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Lady Vengeance) has returned to his home country with The Handmaiden.
Band moved by RRC’s rural reach and the Orlando shooting
Some Winnipeg organizations and musicians are moving away from hosting traditional shows.
The Vinyl Salon started as an intimate affair and has grown into a city-wide hub for women-run entertainment in safer spaces.
Big Fun // Industry conference // UMSwing // Fundraiser for Sage House // Discounted music lessons
Four years ago, when musician Jason Tait moved back to Winnipeg after more than a decade in Toronto, he went about converting his detached garage into a home studio.
The Middle Coast // Deep Dark Cave // Adam Hanney & Co. // Fox Lake // Ashley Bieniarz
If there’s a more quintessential origin story than TUSK’s, it would be tough to find it.
The duo behind Rosebud took a rather casual approach to forming the two-person band, and that’s how they continue to operate.
June Killing Stones is a locally grown band united in their value of community and positivity. Brothers Joshua and Jake Letkeman were working on their craft for years before putting together a group.
Awaiting the Answer has come together with the common goal of bringing a new sound to Winnipeg’s metal scene.
Kakagi (pronounced ke-KA-gi) is a new band whose name is derived from a small lake in northwestern Ontario.
Choosing just five new local bands to showcase in our annual Uniter Fiver contest is a pretty tall order. This year, we started with 16 amazing submissions and put them to readers and local music lovers to choose the final five.
Welcome to our new music issue!
Sari Habiluk's comic explores the dynamic of supermarket staff.
“I try to be unique. I try to be unexpected. Something that hasn’t been seen.”
Critics of return on investment should focus on workers’ rights
UWSA event aims to welcome students back to school
Creators work being shown off at 1C03
Matt Dyce has been at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) for just over four years, and he says it’s still a little weird teaching prairie kids about the prairies, when he’s not from them himself.