Ellie Einarson

  • Wide-legged pants, pantsuits and shoulder pads

    Modeling in Winnipeg? Say what?

  • New Exchange District eatery lives up to its promise

    Spanish restaurants are popping up around Winnipeg, perhaps hinting towards the next food trend.

  • Dumpster diving, disappearing bees and killing Lake Winnipeg

    Environmental groups and films constantly bombard us with apocalyptic rhetoric to demonstrate the immediacy of environmental problems.

  • More music this week

    More music this week

  • Making success look easy

    Chic Gamine is definitely not your grandma’s a cappella group. In fact, the band, composed of vocalists Alexa Dirks, Andrina Turenne, Annick Bremault, Ariane Jean and drummer Sacha Daoud, isn’t sure how to classify themselves.

  • The breath of a city

    Imagine a city without arts and culture.

  • How many times do I have to kill you?

    A pale-skinned boy kisses a girl on the lips, and then slowly digs his fangs into the succulent skin of her neck. She flings her head back and cringes with horror and lust.

  • The whimsical landscapes of Gary Shapira

    Although Gary Shapira himself is humble and subdued, his colourful landscapes are anything but.

  • Finding the rhythm of life

    Michelle Elrick’s poetry is both quietly provocative and philosophically tantalizing. The same rhythm that pulses through her poems seems to guide and pervade her life.