It seems I took a wrong turn downtown last Sunday and ended up in the 1950’s.
Local Metis writer will be featured alongside award winning poet from India.
It’s about getting back to the basics – reducing personal possessions to a minimum as a way to reduce the stress and strain of always having to work more to buy more.
Winnipeg visual artist, QUIDAM, exhibits photos from treks across India and Canada.
Where else but Winnipeg could you sing along with a tap dancing porcupine, revisit a classic fairy tale, learn about acceptance and support the hungry and homeless by attending theatre for kids?
Think you’re a Jon Stewart fan? You’ve probably been using the term “fan” a little more loosely than Sharilyn Johnson.
Graphic designer and entrepreneur Danika Bock puts her appreciation for attractive yet practical design to work in her stationary and gift shop, Tiny Feast.
The 27th annual Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is putting the spotlight on some very talented performers, writers and other dramatists until July 27.
It’s almost that time of year again as the largest multi-cultural festival of it’s kind in the world kicks off in Winnipeg this weekend.
I rarely watch TV commercials, but I do see them zoom by in fast forward, and I can’t help but notice one in particular.