Winnipeg historian and freelance writer, David Perlmutter, completes the first ever academic and scholarly examination of the history of animated television, to be released on June 24.
The 33rd annual Winnipeg Walk for Peace and the 4th annual Winnipeg Peace & Justice Festival took place over the weekend, promoting a culture of justice and peace at home and around the world.
The show capped off the month-long celebration and featured several talented acts that manifested the beauty of Asian culture, from invigorating music performances to awe-inspiring dances.
Table For 1200 highlights Winnipeg’s emerging design scene by bringing together architecture, design and culinary expertise in an entertaining and stimulating event.
Facing the embarrassment of having the made-in-Saskatchewan hit TV show shoot its movie in Toronto or Winnipeg, the government ponies up; ironic after killing its own tax credit three years ago.
Being a finalist for the Manitoba Woman Entrepreneur of the Year Awards is a scary and humbling experience that conjures up the question, “Why am I here?”
In radio, a change in host is often made because they want someone younger and cheaper after a ‘consultant’ has read the latest ratings book.
This neighbourhood fest is a popular event where local artists are joined by many patrons gathered for workshops, performances and art shopping.
It was touted as a friendly soccer match, but being that close to the action and seeing players challenge, tackle and shield the ball, it was far from what I would call friendly.
Steve Bell is celebrating his 25th year since making his first solo album, and the singer / songwriter is not slowing down. Now he’s testing the online waters of crowdfunding to help fund an anniversary project.