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  • Covered in chocolate, oozing with flavour

    From treats smothered in chocolate to coffee specials oozing with flavour, Winnipeg has several great dessert cafés.

  • Live music this week: Curtis Nowosad

    Make way for the smooth jazz drums of Curtis Nowosad, whose modesty does little to distract from his success.

  • Us & Others

    I have nothing but praise for the beautiful poetry of Us & Others in their soft-rock debut album Patchwork.

  • A dance most cruel

    Somewhere between the graceful movements of a ballet dancer and the intricate footwork of flamenco comes the passion of the bullfight.

  • A little nook

    In a little nook tucked beside Warehouse One at 354 Portage Ave. is a delicious eatery appealing only to the most adventurous of palates.

  • The master of shadows

    From the raging battlefield to the New York skyline, André Kertész’s influential career in photography developed all over.

  • More music this week

    More music this week

  • Taste, value, quality staff and comfort all part of Kimch’i's appeal

    At 61 ½ Albert St., you’ll find a cute little haunt where you can grab lunch and maybe some knitting supplies.

  • More music this week

    More music this week

  • The Liptonians

    A band with humble, local roots, The Liptonians have big city potential.

  • The Town Pants

    Now this is something that I am down for. The Town Pants have created their own division of Celtic that lends itself to an audience somewhere in between the heavy drinkers and the soft rockers.

  • Making children’s dreams come true, one wish at a time

    Most women jump at any opportunity to throw on a sexy pair of sling-backs, but Gina Nasuti and Karine Driedger have taken it to a whole new level.

  • On massage parlours being restricted to the downtown area

    What do you think of the City of Winnipeg’s policy on restricting the location of massage parlours to the downtown area?”

  • The Mohawk Lodge

    Nitty, gritty rocker Ryder Havdale and 10 or so talented musicians make up The Mohawk Lodge.


    Pronounced Bra-ka-da, the name of this local hip-hop duo sounds almost as choppy as the music on their album … 2 pcs of ID.

  • Pumping iron at 2 a.m.

    Can’t sleep? Go work out.

  • More music this week

    More music this week

  • Walking to Mojácar

    Brandt gracefully weaves a journey through Canadian prairies, Detroit and the Spanish paradise of Mojácar in her latest collection of poetry, Walking to Mojácar.


    Danny Fernandes’s sophomore album AutomaticLUV is the perfect soundtrack for the nights you can’t remember.

  • Small on flair, great on value

    Just like you can’t judge a book by its cover, you can’t judge a restaurant until you’ve eaten the food. And you really need to chow down to appreciate The Food Tree.

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