It was touted as a friendly soccer match, but being that close to the action and seeing players challenge, tackle and shield the ball, it was far from what I would call friendly.
This spring, young people in Winnipeg will share their knowledge and experience by taking the Youth Vital Signs Survey. The results will reveal how people ages 14-29 feel about the city.
Steve Bell is celebrating his 25th year since making his first solo album, and the singer / songwriter is not slowing down. Now he’s testing the online waters of crowdfunding to help fund an anniversary project.
I had a fabulous bowl of hot and sour soup at a local Chinese food restaurant the other day and found out the price the owner is paying after his pipes froze this winter.
Everyone dies, but not everybody really lives. A father remembers his soldier son who taught us to live and love life to the fullest, and that tomorrow is promised to no one.
Studio 393 and Graffiti Art are creating many engaging projects that target youth living in neighbourhoods where they are vulnerable to the influence of gangs.
Lou Gramm, vocalist and main songwriter for Foreigner, still has the pipes to belt out the classic hits that fans are eager to chew up as quickly as the band can spit them out.
Have you noticed what’s happened to the price of bacon? The 500 gram package, the standard unit for years, has suddenly shrunk to 375 grams. The only part that hasn’t shrunk is the price.
Even with cold May weather, people came out in droves for some friendly competitive activity at the first of four such races this month.
When Iryna Rayevska first came to Winnipeg from Ukraine a few years ago to do her undergraduate studies, she never would have believed the prospects of going home would be so frightening.