Volume 71, Number 7

Published October 20, 2016

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  • Win tickets and pick your faves

    We’ve got some fun things in the works in the next few weeks, and we need your help.

  • Home of the Funeral

    What goes into the industry we hope we never have to deal with

  • Whose House? Erin’s House

    Erin Cornelius loves the house she bought five years ago, but she didn’t buy it just for her own enjoyment.

  • Arts and culture briefs

    Awarding Manitoba musicians // The Manitoba Showcase // Hilarity for Charity // Songwriting competition // Olympics of Opera

  • Where the poets are

    Canadian Festival of Spoken Word comes to Winnipeg

  • The art behind music videos

    AudioOpera’s “Forever” a staff pick on Vimeo

  • On keeping your day job

    Artists find a way to enjoy the hustle

  • Every Time I Die

    A brand spanking new album, from a band that a little over 10 years ago I didn’t give the time of day because of their dumb name.

  • News briefs

    Trimbee talks // Community gathering // Newcomer photography // Co-op conference // Wesmen Wine & Dine

  • A place to feel safe

    Spence Neighbourhood Association (SNA) has recently opened a space for youth in the West End that is available from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and school holidays. 

  • Housing for mental health

    Individuals with mental health issues offered affordable places to live

  • Our backyards are full of invisible animals

    We’ve all seen the disturbing videos that show animals being abused by their handlers – but what most people don’t realize is how close to home those incidents are.

  • Police online

    Brandon University sociology professor Dr. Christopher Schneider will be at the University of Winnipeg (U of W) on Oct. 26 to discuss his book Policing and Social Media: Social Control in an Era of New Media.

  • PROFile - Dr. Ed Cloutis

    Director, Centre for Forest Interdisciplinary Research and Professor, Geography Department

  • Cultures are not costumes

    All the ghouls, ghosts and monsters are coming out as Halloween approaches, but these scary things are nothing compared to the fright of cultural appropriation. 

  • Sleepyhead

    Part 1 of Keegan Steele's Sleepyhead

  • Fashion Streeter

    “I like to mix neutral colours with colourful accessories.”