With rhymin’ words and a heavy rhythm beat, Pyramid faithful thought Buck 65 was pretty neat.
The research is preliminary, but one shudders to think what it will mean if the ‘stupidity virus’ ever becomes accepted as a recognized medical disorder.
Canadian 80’s sensation rocks Club Regent in Transcona.
Journey to Churchill exhibit shaping up to be a world class facility.
Three Stages of Winter in Winnipeg.
Refugee’s brutal honesty underlines complexity of his criminal behaviour.
Ten-year-old girls speak candidly about their love for playing hockey and about the factors that might force them to hang up their skates.
Local ‘arranged freeform’ improvisational artists launch first DVD, ‘Between Drawn Lines’, this weekend.
Nearly 10 years after a PTSD diagnosis, artist Daniel Lemire releases “Rantings of a Mad Man” and hosts a fundraising symposium on mental health.
CBC Radio has tried to reinvent itself but now must appease listeners who feel betrayed by a man they had come to regard as a public champion of all things feminist.