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Crime writing doesn't pay

Crime writing doesn’t pay

An interview with Debra Komar, forensic anthropologist turned true crime author, and guest at “Thin Air – Winnipeg International Writers Festival”.

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Peres funeral highlights past mistakes

Peres funeral highlights past mistakes

Perhaps Canada, and other countries, will one day apologize for a history of shameful behaviour.

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Book of Mormon entertaining, well paced

Book of Mormon entertaining, well paced

If you’re easily offended or religious, be warned it’s loaded with profanity and no topic is taboo. The writers don’t just step over the line; they hurl themselves over it.

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Manitoba's "Loco-Labyrinth" takes root in Rivers

Manitoba’s “Loco-Labyrinth” takes root in Rivers

Project part of bigger mandate of Rivers Train Station Restoration Committee to create sustainable tourism for municipality.

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Standing firm at Standing Rock

Standing firm at Standing Rock

Land and water defenders from Manitoba have joined thousands of protesters in North Dakota.

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Festival highlights city's design excellence

Festival highlights city’s design excellence

Annual festival provides captivating glimpse into Winnipeg’s highly functional and collaborative design community.

Miracle concert raises $3.2 million

Miracle concert raises $3.2 million

Winnipeggers show their generosity to the David Foster Foundation that helps families cope with financial hardships caused by sickness.

Open mind, closed heart

Open mind, closed heart

Reminders of residential school fuels uneasiness over Jesuit school’s efforts to help Indigenous students.

Design Festival has Finale Party at Portage and Main; pedestrian corridor issue discussed

Design Festival has Finale Party at Portage and Main; pedestrian corridor issue discussed

Artists and public share art, thoughts and ideas on a solution to the Portage and Main pedestrian issue.

One of several gardens tended by Harvest Moon Society. Third 'jam stage' in the background. /NOAH ERENBERG

Unique workshops a fascinating feature of popular festival

From Natural Burial to Why Fungi Matter, Home Brewing to Urban Beekeeping, Harvest Moon Festival offers outstanding learning sessions.

Lake Winnipeg: Clear & Present

Lake Winnipeg: Clear & Present

Artist and activist explore the beauties and the threats.

World Cup of Hockey no match for '72 Summit Series

World Cup of Hockey no match for ’72 Summit Series

There’s little urgency to watch this month’s tourney as it falls way short of that defining series 44 years ago.

Dine in the dark

Dine in the dark

Talk to someone who is blind to understand the limited perspective a sighted person has about what it’s like to be blind.

Harvest Moon celebrates 15 years in style

Harvest Moon celebrates 15 years in style

Bountiful harvest of food, entertainment and inspiration over three glorious September days marks festival’s anniversary.

Melanie Klassen tournament MVP and Jillian Klassen tournament organizer

Hockey tourney honours elite athlete’s successful cancer battle

Morris fundraiser highlights Melanie Klassen’s courage and determination in cancer fight.