Samantha Sarty

  • Speak strong

    Poet brings her body positive message to Winnipeg

  • Etsy IRL

    Online Manitoba makers create craft community

  • Gone haunting

    Exploring the paranormal side of Winnipeg

  • Tactile theatre

    Experimental theatre pushes ordinary performance to its limits

  • T66 x 100

    Record label releases its 100th album

  • Getting Cinemental

    Winnipeg French film festival is back

  • Not wasting

    Alannah Zeebeck releases their newest album

  • The art of pottery

    U of M showcases the beauty of clay through MUD, Hands, fire

  • Bike bizniz

    Bike Winnipeg to spark discussions at its fundraiser

  • Moving the grub

    Hearing the beloved Osborne Village Motor Inn was closing was a bit of a shock for some. The business, with its hotel, bar and restaurant, has been in the neighbourhood since the 1960s.

  • Hear the harpsichord hum

    Imagine hearing a hidden beat in between pitches of sound creating a pulse that wasn’t there before. Katelyn Clark – an artist featured at this year’s send + receive festival – uses different tunings on various piano-like instruments to create this experience of sound and space for her audiences.

  • Paint the town

    Thanks to Synonym Art Consultation’s mural and culture festival Wall-to-Wall, colours will be bursting on bricks and buildings all over Winnipeg. 

  • Improv that inspires

    Helicopter! Rural farms! Racoon eyes! Goblets! Get your random suggestions ready. Actors will be improvising scenes in exchange for laughs again at this year’s Winnipeg Improv Festival.

  • Pull up a seat

    Have an idea that will change Winnipeg’s urban design? Write it on a chair, sit in that chair and let’s talk.

  • Celebrating words

    Words surround us everywhere, everyday.

    This year, the Winnipeg International Writers Festival, Thin Air, celebrates words and the stories they tell.

  • Eat good, read good

    September brings the turning of a new leaf as seasons move on, school starts and routines fall into a different beat. As times change and rearrange, why not do the same to your diet?

  • Setting the stage

    The Asper Centre for Theatre and Film at the University of Winnipeg will be thriving again with the energy of FemFest 2015. The festival showcases diverse voices through varying art forms for a week in September and emphasizes the work of women, both locally and nationally.


    August 21-23 Morden, MB Free


    July 31-Aug 2 Lac du Bonnet, Mb Early bird prices available. Gate price for the weekend: Adult $60, Youth $30. Nightly passes also available for Adult $20-25 and Youth $10-12.50. Free for kids 12 and under.

  • Watch what you watch

    Pornography has been around forever. But in an era where XXX material is one keyboard misstep away in a Google search bar, we have to ask ourselves if this naughty underbelly of the Internet is affecting us as humans.

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