Healing Waters is the new lo-fi bedroom project from Victoria, BC’s David Nielsen.
Helicopter! Rural farms! Racoon eyes! Goblets! Get your random suggestions ready. Actors will be improvising scenes in exchange for laughs again at this year’s Winnipeg Improv Festival.
Finding an outlet for new music and art can be daunting. With so many options available, from YouTube to Soundcloud, and all things illegally pirated in between, it’s hard to know where you’re gonna find the sweet stuff.
Peg City Porchfest // RasTamils new album // rip/torn // Records! // WSO operating surplus
Ghost Twin are a singular force in Winnipeg music. Their combination of synthpop, heavy electronica and visual media make them one of the city’s most ambitious music or art projects.
The issue of racism in Winnipeg was brought to the forefront of public consciousness last winter after Maclean’s magazine published an article titled “Welcome to Winnipeg: Where Canada’s racism problem is at its worst.”
On the cover this week, we have a few communities starting conversations about an issue we should all be talking about by now. Racism was the core theme of the Mayor’s Summit for Racial Inclusion, but some people felt left out of that discussion, so they started their own Local Inclusion Summit.
Debora Adeosun “I like dressing casual but sporty. I like smiling and it compliments my dressing.”
In September, polite small talk usually begins with, “Are you excited to get back to school?” Depending on who’s asking (and my caffeine intake that day), my answers vary from, “Oh yes, I always like heading back,” to an indecipherable burst of enthusiasm that ends with my stammering, “I super love books!”
Forks go on the left. There. You can graduate! I’ll have $5,000 please, for all you ever needed to know, you young, naive, liberal arts major. Now go out into the wild blue yonder and do with your education what you will!
The proposed Indigenous Credit Requirement (ICR) may not directly affect current students, but they are being encouraged to weigh in on the debate.
While we’re bombarded with endless coverage of conflict, we don’t often read about how to build peace. On Sept. 15, professor Stephanie Stobbe released a book titled Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding in Laos: Perspective for Today’s World at the Canadian Mennonite University.
Mary LeMaître is an instructor in the University of Winnipeg’s French department. While she clearly has a passion for language, she’s interested in so much more.
You’d be hard-pressed to find someone from the past couple generations who didn’t grow up revering Jane Goodall.
Swimmers of the West End are high and dry at the moment, but hopefully not for that much longer.
An upgrade to the sewer system in Winnipeg could possibly put a stop to floods during heavy rainfall and high footage of snowmelt.
Mayor Brian Bowman is taking steps towards reducing racism in Winnipeg.
River City Reasonfest // Arlington Bridge open house // Health Plan opt-outs due Sept 22 // Theology window unveiling // Merchants Corner development
Every year when summer packs up and leaves us Canadians, it devastates us.
It’s not unlike Winnipeggers to see something missing in the arts scene and decide to create it themselves.
Before 2005, Jaimz Asmundson says there was no where in Winnipeg to see or show experimental film. There were many film festivals but none to show the type of work he did.