The 27th annual Winnipeg Fringe Festival opens today and runs until next Sunday, July 27, 2014.
Like a pied piper, Rich Hamon winds his way through festival crowds blowing his colourful bubbles for all to enjoy.
Every second week in July, Winnipeg plays host to the largest and finest collection of roots musicians at what has become one of the premier entertainment events in North America.
What do you do on a very hot and humid July day in Winnipeg? Why not go to a Christmas concert featuring a handbell choir.
Local historian tackles the history of television animation in a definitive book that’s climbing the non-fiction best seller list.
After decades of experience with art and disability, many questions still remain about Disability Art and the culture it defines.
Every year, Ottawa sends out a list of people who are “persona non grata”, and therefore not invited to Canada Day celebrations at consulates around the world.
With 2014 being the 175th birthday of the photograph, a new festival celebrating photography in all its forms will be featured for an entire month throughout Winnipeg this fall.
Local band hits their stride with release of successful new album that has garnered the attention of an American record label.
In its first show of the season, the much adored outdoor stage presents a heartfelt rendition of the songs and history surrounding this legendary country music diva.