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"And Then There Was One" delivers plenty of fun

“And Then There Was One” delivers plenty of fun

Talented cast presents spoof of famous Agatha Christie play, resplendent with clever sight gags and witty dialogue.

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And the Oscar goes to ...

And the Oscar goes to …

What a different landscape it is compared to what the world was like when the awards were first presented in Hollywood in 1929.

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Gorlick also choreographed the ceremonies at the 1999 Pan Am Games./BRENDA GORLICK

Audition for your chance to dance at the 2017 Canada Games

Canada Games looking to find 150 volunteer dancers/performers for its opening and closing ceremonies.

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Impressive performance by Keith Price and friends

Impressive performance by Keith Price and friends

Band carries relaxed atmosphere created by fine guitarist.

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PSB set for demolition despite historic value and impact on sustainability plan. /SHIRLEY KOWALCHUK

An inquiry for what?

City Council should ensure the need for new police and fire facilities is addressed.

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Impassioned, transformative album release

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Field hockey pioneer ready for 2017 Canada Summer Games

Field hockey pioneer ready for 2017 Canada Summer Games

Donna-Rae Gabbs competed in first ever Games in 1969.

Hired to be fired

Hired to be fired

When it comes to directing professional athletes, winning is absolutely everything.

At Home/Chez Soi project examines solutions to ending homelessness

At Home/Chez Soi project examines solutions to ending homelessness

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Public service braces for 'bad news' budgets

Public service braces for ‘bad news’ budgets

Prairie provincial governments respond to deficits by cutting back public sector.

TicketMOMster's tips for seeing a show solo

TicketMOMster’s tips for seeing a show solo

If you’re thinking of seeing a concert on your own in Winnipeg, Anne Martin (a.k.a. TicketMOMster) offers this advice.

STEAM Week sends a message that BH girls are smart

STEAM Week sends a message that BH girls are smart

Inquiry-based learning integral to fostering girls’ learning in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.

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Hockey’s greatest goalie not on the Top 100 list

Winnipeg goaltender Charlie Gardiner’s accomplishments should have earned him a spot on the list.

The Verdict is in

The Verdict is in

Shoestring Players perform Agatha Christie’s 1958 play exploring the quality of love.