Spring has brought the return of garage sale perusing, a modern day activity that harkens back to our age-old need to forage.
In its first show of the season, the much adored outdoor stage presents a heartfelt rendition of the songs and history surrounding this legendary country music diva.
Summer in Winnipeg just isn’t summer without the Red River Ex. Here’s how you and yours can best enjoy this tradition.
The hometown crowd gives Winnipeg Olympian, Clara Hughes, a big lift on the final stretch of her cross country ride in support of mental health.
Everyone in our community is invited to help plant Winnipeg’s first food forest at The Forks this coming weekend, which is also the Summer Solstice.
They stood defiant in the pouring rain and sang several songs advocating against war and criticizing recent pension cuts to Armed Forces personnel.
Winnipeg historian and freelance writer, David Perlmutter, completes the first ever academic and scholarly examination of the history of animated television, to be released on June 24.
The 33rd annual Winnipeg Walk for Peace and the 4th annual Winnipeg Peace & Justice Festival took place over the weekend, promoting a culture of justice and peace at home and around the world.
The show capped off the month-long celebration and featured several talented acts that manifested the beauty of Asian culture, from invigorating music performances to awe-inspiring dances.
On June 14, six-time cycling and speed skating Olympic medalist, Clara Hughes, will visit Winnipeg as part of her 110-day national bicycle tour across Canada supporting local mental health.