The thunder roared on a sunny day in Winnipeg as 1,400 motorcycle riders started their engines for this year’s annual Ride For Dad.
Artist offers free workshop to people wanting to learn this ancient art.
Floating in a dark, sensory deprivation tank full of 850 pounds of salt water may seem a little scary, but many are discovering the benefits of this unique therapy.
This growing annual festival coming up this weekend features some of the best work of Wolseley neighbourhood artists and could be a great place to pick up a gift for Mother’s Day.
As usual, there were lots of bikes to choose from, and many deals to be had.
Charlene Brown’s sculptures and paintings blend colours and shapes in an abstract way, so the viewer can think outside the structure of realism and focus on the spirit, energy and expressions portrayed.
While attendance was down slightly due to the cold weather, the Festival saw larger than usual crowds in their indoor night time venues.
Grant Park Middle School Performing Arts troupe entertains audience with laughter, singing and some great dance numbers.
As neighbourhoods around Manitoba get ready for Halloween, a look at the holiday’s origins provides an interesting cultural history.
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra shares spotlight with local public school for epic night of classical Vivaldi
One of the many reasons to love Winnipeg is for its variety of music, and last night was no exception.