Gallery 1C03’s SHARDS is an active conversation between history and the present.
Andy Shauf’s fourth album, The Party is a twist from all of his previous albums.
Tattooing is getting a DIY revival.
Queer salsa and waltz // Get Out at Cinematheque // Double Date // Making Contact and Sending Love // Dear Journal launch // Korean Floral Art Workshop
Ever since she began playing music in high school, local musician Bailee Woods has stuck by one key philosophy: give your bands weird names.
One of our goals with The Uniter is to start conversations that aren’t happening in other publications, and to tell stories that open up new spaces for learning and discovery.
Sometimes, shattering the glass ceiling can leave an entrepreneur under a microscope.
A comic by Sari Habiluk
The political process is seemingly slipping away from policy and legislation and toward celebrity culture.
The University of Winnipeg has been adapting its campus to address the needs of gender non-conforming (GNC) individuals in the past few years. However, accessibility to gender-neutral washrooms is still an issue.
Community engagement is a common theme that pops up throughout environmental studies and sciences professor Alan Diduck’s career.
The Province of Manitoba released a new healthcare poll, but an expert says it’s not representative, and some are concerned it constrains discussion.
On Sept. 12, Connor Lawrence and Shayne Pfeifer broke the Guinness World Record for the most behind-the-back flying disc catches in one minute. Their record was 34.
Within the mid 2010s, condo construction spiked in Winnipeg. Many different groups of consumers and different types of condos are behind this.
Generation Green // TEDx UWinnipeg // Westland Foundation contribution // IHOP // Jane Goodall // Bike Blowout
Winnipeggers aren’t great at reusing their kitchen scraps.
There’s a new DIY community space opening up in Winnipeg’s West End near the University of Winnipeg.
Hotel Room/Only the Dead Wear Shoes to Bed, a multimedia installation which took place in the basement of Forth, featured four videos, a large installation and a performance by artist and contemporary dancer Ming Hon.
If you’re tired of hearing the repetitive themes that are found within much of new music today and are interested in hearing songs with both a unique sound and point of view, then look no further than the debut album from Prophets of Rage.
Social change occurs at the intersection of talent and ability. The upcoming Justice for Errol Benefit Show, a showcase of bands coming together to support prison abolition, exemplifies this.