Campus hub reopens, giving cyclists a chance to fix their rides
Village Diner opens in the West End
National conference on homelessness // City hall building named after U of W alum // Power of PJs // U of W heads to sexual violence conference // Half the Sky dinner // Looking at happiness
Happiness can feel like a greased pig we are forever chasing only to land in mud and excrement over and over again. Why do you elude us, happiness? Here, piggy piggy piggy.
The legacy Glamdrew left behind
Sound is a sensory experience too often ignored in fine arts. The fact that the terms “fine art” and “visual art” are so often used interchangeably is a testament to this.
Sarasvàti changes up its annual comedy fundraiser
Exploring the origins of Winnie the Pooh
Anishinaabe artist Jackie Traverse publishes a book for women
Manitoba awards show highlights local musicians
Supporting Churchill // Indigenous float // C.R. Avery // Women-directed film // Pianos on the cheap
Alex Kohut started his career in vintage clothing as a thrifting wunderkind. The 23-year-old, who runs The Vintage Saint shop on Albert Street, got into the game at a young age.
A look at the history and contemporary uses of Winnipeg’s creative clubhouse
This week, we’re opening up nominations for our fourth annual Uniter Fiver music contest.
This is what the aftermath of murder or unsolved disappearances really looks like.
One could make a compelling argument that the controversy surrounding Canadian seal hunting is the original source of manufactured outrage
“I like to wear what people tell me not to wear.”
Mental health care is more complicated than just getting out into nature
No, George Fulford doesn’t dig stuff up or look for fossils. Fulford teaches in the anthropology department, and his focus is on language.
If you go into the the University of Winnipeg (U of W) Bryce Hall Chapel at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, you will find 10 people sitting in silence in a circle around three LED candle lights. They aren’t praying. They’re meditating.