Caricatures, chainmail and silks are among the finds at Fringe Festival Marketplace.
Father/daughter pirate duo reflect on their Fringe experiences.
New Zealand-based troupe delights audiences with energetic act at Old Market Square.
Winnipeggers are pouring Slurpees this week, marking 50 years of the beverage in Canada and celebrating a world title going on 17 years.
Kudos to Winnipeg’s Jazz Fest for their series of free concerts at The Cube, like the sensational performances by Dawn Pemberton.
Unique program helps to create a vibrant and healthy community, one artist at a time.
Original artwork for sale and some great local bands will raise funds while celebrating Central Park.
Popular radio show, DNTO, wraps up two decades of unique and engaging storytelling.
UofWinnipeg associate prof and students look to local Indigenous community as they dig deep into plant research.
Apr. 4, 1931 – Canada’s first Goodwill store opened in Winnipeg, marking the birth of this fiercely independent, enormously altruistic homegrown Manitoba charity.