Volume 67, Number 13

Published November 28, 2012

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  • Knitting is the new black

    There’s a war going on right now.

  • Distracted by nurture or nature?

    “That’s just my ADHD.”

  • Café Mercadito Latino es muy bueno!

    If you want to feel the love in every single bite of your food, visit Café Mercadito Latino.

  • Upbeat, high energy doc from local filmmaker explores Japanese arcade culture

    This documentary from Winnipeg’s Brad Crawford focuses on the Japanese arcade culture and includes brilliantly photographed footage from Japan, Las Vegas and a few other locales.

  • Fashion Streeter

    I haven’t really considered my style before, but I like shopping at thrift shops because of the value.
  • Nothing broken about this scene

    Last fall, when The Uniter spoke with Stefanie Johnson and Jodi Dunlop, the two members of Winnipeg pop rock duo Mise en Scene, they were about to head to Banff for a residency at the Centre for the Arts with Howard Redekopp (New Pornographers).

  • Chief Peguis extension creates more problems

    Everyone knows the City of Winnipeg is falling behind on infrastructure maintenance - the money isn’t flowing fast enough for the city to catch up.

  • Homophobia in sports persists

    There is little doubt that sports culture has always been a place of exclusion, dominated by a narrow-minded thought process that serves only to marginalize and put down those who do not fit within the notion of what it means to be an athlete.

  • New Canadian currency ignores indigenous achievements

    The new $20 bill is rubbish.

  • Province moves forward with domestic violence strategy

    In November 2011, the provincial government committed to developing a multi-year domestic violence strategy. This strategy would assist the government in improving prevention efforts and responding more effectively to family violence.

  • Immortalizing the voices of West End residents

    A new pilot project at the University of Winnipeg Archives and Records Centre intends to revive and immortalize the stories of a defunct West End community newspaper.

  • Local News Briefs

    Katz could be ousted like Rob Ford; Manitoba Liberal leader calls for resignation of child advocate; Whooping cough rates double in Manitoba; Winnipeggers enter federal robocall fray

  • International News Briefs

    Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei breaks silence; Border negotiations begin between Israel, Palestinians; Canadian Mark Carney named Bank of England Governor; Man behind controversial anti-Muslim film has no regrets

  • Taps to run dry at St. Regis after CentreVenture purchase

    While many have praised plans to turn the St. Regis Hotel Embassy Lounge into a dry facility, others, including the bar’s regular patrons, say they are disappointed by the plan.

  • ‘Welcomed with open arms’

    As someone who lives with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), Russ Hilsher sees the world differently than most.

  • Closure of provincial Conservation Library renews calls for end to balanced budget legislation

    The province’s decision to close the provincial Conservation and Environment Library is based on poor policy, critics charge.

  • Movember

    What influenced the style of moustache you chose to grow for Movember?