Suzanne Pringle

  • Osborne Village springing back to life

    Osborne Village could reclaim its spot as “Canada’s greatest neighbourhood” as the district celebrates its 150th anniversary.

  • ‘Diamonds’ are a human’s best friend

    From humble beginnings to CBC Gem, Diamond, a one-eyed husky-Labrador, has become Winnipeg’s cutest celebrity.

  • Definitely ‘Must Be The Place’ to be

    Four months ago, a new Osborne Village venue and bar quietly opened on Stradbrook Avenue.

  • The performance of wellness

    Textile artist Katrina Craig knows how to throw a sick party.

  • Critipeg: Seagrass

    Plays at the Dave Barber Cinematheque through March 13

  • Gritty City documents early Winnipeg hip-hop scene

    In December 2019, former Stylus Magazine hip-hop writer Nigel Webber dug into researching his passion project, Gritty City: An Oral History of Winnipeg Hip-Hop Music 1980 to 2005, not knowing that the world was about to shut down.

  • Critipeg: The Mountaintop

    Plays at Royal MTC until March 9

  • The exchange got soul

    After 40 years of supporting local artists, and seven generations of fine-art framing, Jeffrey Gasenzer and his father, Jeff, closed Fleet Galleries on Albert Street in the Exchange District in December of 2023.

  • True crime is still true life

    A cacophony of sirens blares from rescue ve- hicles as they whip past a traffic clog. Drivers tense up and look around. What happened? Is it serious? Did someone die?

  • Books, beer and a boost for RaY

    Anyone can be “Garbage Boy” – at least that’s what Winnipeg author Michael McMullen wants readers of his sophomore novel, Garbage Boy: The High Bar of Low Expectations, to consider.

  • All things ‘horror’ this way come

    Perhaps starting with childhood nightmares, a fear of the basement or tales told by flashlight, horror is a topic that Chelsea McKee-Trenchard, owner of Raven’s End Books: The Horror Bookshop, believes touches everyone.

  • Critipeg: Monster

    Plays at the Dave Barber Cinematheque Feb. 1 to 8

  • Born to move

    When Ian Mozdzen entered the School of Contemporary Dancers at the age of 34 with no prior formal training, it was a transition, to say the least.

  • Faspa brings slow food home

    If the Mennonite world had a particular scent, faspa would be its signature fragrance.

  • Winnipeg needs a Winterruption

    Despite being an accredited “winter city” in the World Winter Cities Association for Mayors roster, Winnipeg has taken its time getting cold this year. However, with the recent arrival of the familiar bitter chill and thick blankets of snow, cabin fever will inevitably follow suit.

  • Local film and television production a ‘growth industry’

    If you’re a Manitoban interested in showbiz, 2024 might be your year.

  • C’cap rebrands with The Language Is In The Drifts

    What happens when a curator unburdens a group of artists from a thesis?

  • Ma-Buhay! places Filipino excellence centre stage

    A “gut feeling” kicked off one of Rainbow Stage’s most ambitious projects to date. “It is exhilarating to witness the creation of something this big and wonder how our city will respond to it,” Carson Nattrass, artistic director at Rainbow Stage, says about Ma-Buhay!.

  • Favourite local visual artist

    1. Dylan Carr

    2. Barb Bottle

    3. JD Renaud

  • Favourite local place that no longer exists

    1. The Tallest Poppy

    2. Music Trader

    3. Cousin’s Deli

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