Jillian Groening

  • Keep on keepin’ on

    Self-proclaimed “Greatest Rock n' Roll Band in the World” the Supersuckers will be stomping their boots into town following the release of their ninth studio album, Get the Hell.

  • Whose House? Thom’s House.

    Stepping into Thom Fougere’s living room is akin to entering a thoughtfully curated, yet comfortable gallery space.

  • If It Feels Good Do It

    Toronto-based artist Bahamas, known as Afie Jurvanen off stage, is one month into a long stretch of touring. But he’s found an effective way to spend his time on the road.

  • Knowledge is power

    Uncap your Sharpies and empty your book bag, Broken Pencil’s festival of zine culture and independent arts will happen in conjunction with the seventh annual Anarchist Bookfair & DIY Fest this year.

  • Know your rights

    An international conference on women’s education and sustainable development is coming to Winnipeg and bringing with it United Nations prize winner Dr. Shulamith Koenig. 

  • Money talks but it don’t sing & dance

    Nine years after graduating from the School of Contemporary Dancers in affiliation with the University of Winnipeg, performance artist Ming Hon is bringing her choreographic talents to Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers (WCD).

  • I want to ride my bicycle!

    Slowly but surely, the City of Winnipeg is catching up to the spinning spokes of its cyclists.

  • From dancing to directing

    After years spent performing with Winnipeg’s Contemporary Dancers, Lise McMillan is finally bringing her own voice to the stage.

  • No labels

    Growing up in an athletics-oriented family in Stonewall, MB, Rhia Rae was always the kid picking dandelions in the middle of the soccer field. Sensitive to the competition involved in sports, the young artist turned to voice lessons.

  • Still Life Still

    The ability to become invisible is a highly sought after characteristic for local photographer Chris Friesen.

  • Rainbow Trout Music Festival

    The sixth annual Rainbow Trout Music Festival may be the best time you have all summer.

  • Winnipeg Folk Festival

    Sharon Van Etten is familiar with compromise, whether it be balancing relationships while away from home or the struggles of performing vulnerable songs night after night.

  • Empire strikes back

    The origin story of local jazz fusion group, Sapphire Empire, is so delightfully serendipitous that the main dames behind the project can't help but laugh through the telling of it.

  • You’ll get served

    Alexandra Elliott is a three-year veteran of the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, and this summer she'll be injecting a healthy dose of contemporary dance to the local and the Toronto festivals.

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