Iconic indie film pioneer Jim Jarmusch’s newest feature, Paterson, showcases the director at his best.
James Mercer and company are back after a five-year hiatus with an album that triumphantly returns to their indie-pop primed, psych-folk spangled, surf-tinged rock.
Going out to eat can be a complicated experience for those with dietary restrictions. How does Winnipeg’s restaurant culture fare when it comes to accommodating allergies and alternative lifestyles?
When choosing to participate in a fun run, there might be more to consider than which one has the catchiest name.
After hitting the top 20 on contemporary hit radio stations, Winnipeg’s Panicland is sharing the spotlight.
Alexa Dirks, the soulfully self-conscious singer at the heart of Begonia, is following up her sold-out March 3 EP release by writing music for her first full-length album.
Free day at the WAG // Suffer from Mobina Galore // Red Rising launches “Love” // Art and cupcakes // Build a Bigger Table
It’s instantly clear when walking into Malaikah Rang’inya’s home that she has a passion for décor.
In the modern era, kinbaku is no longer used to bind one’s enemies. Rather, it has been popularized as a form of sexual bondage or BDSM (an umbrella term that refers to bondage/discipline, domination/submission, and sadism/masochism) often referred to as shibari, which means “to decoratively tie.”
We’re hiring another position for the fall – and perhaps some of you are wondering, “Why does The Uniter hire so often? Is there some nasty secret here in the basement of the Bulman Centre that drives aspiring writers and journalists away?”
Meredith Graves is coming to Winnipeg to talk about feminism and capitalism, but also to make sure we’re doing alright up here.
Meet Salt and Petty, two '90s pop culture nerds just having a good time.
There’s a system of sexism in how entertainment companies advertise based on gender stereotypes. This happens prominently among game companies and on TV, especially in media targetted at youth.
Many Winnipeggers are dissatisfied with the local taxicab industry and feel Uber and other similar companies are the answer.
It’s been nearly 20 years since both the birth of her son and her arrival at the U of W, and Lothian Murray still teaches with a spirit that one who meets her could only describe as joyful.
Gluten-free beer currently has a long way to go, according to University of Winnipeg (U of W) instructor in chemistry Dr. Jamie Galka.
A new University of Winnipeg (U of W) publication has successfully released their first edition.
“When Legalization comes to Winnipeg” is the title of the luncheon hosted by The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce on March 17.
A new bill has been brought forward that aims to change the Missing Persons Act by providing the public with more information about certain missing people.
Community input // Manitobans are pro pot // On shore lunch // Human rights film festival // Giving some with a click // Fools + Horses at the Forks