“Way-Off Broadway Cabaret Collective” is an apt description of this locally based ten-piece musical ensemble that is currently presenting “Chansons d’Amour – A Parisian Cabaret”.
Winnipeg came alive over the past two weeks, as festival goers were treated to world-class cultural entertainment, delicious ethnic dishes, fascinating cultural displays, and all-around warm hospitality.
Who knew that a drive in the country 17 years ago would be the catalyst behind the creation of the non-profit Matlock Festival, now in its fourth year on an idyllic 45-acre site in Manitoba’s Interlake.
Scott Porteous reflects as he competes to be SiriusXM’s Next Top Comic: “I’d rather have a connection more than a laugh,” he says. “Comedy to me isn’t just ‘ha ha’, it’s a truth.”
A grant exploring environmental initiatives at The Winnipeg Folk Festival focused on “Inspiring Folk to Leave No Trace at the Festival”.
There are not many musical acts that can fill a large stadium these days, especially with folks who are in their 60’s and 70’s. Then there is Sir Paul McCartney who played Winnipeg on Monday.
It started with one little library in Todd Bol’s front yard made from old lumber and has evolved to over 6000 little free libraries in 36 countries. Many are popping up across Winnipeg.
Unique local theatre company begins a conversation about the state of Manitoba’s foster care system from the perspective of someone who has, or is currently experiencing it.
If you’ve never visited Manitoba Hydro’s Electrical Museum, you’ve got a treat in store. Excellent interactive exhibits make for a great family outing.
Does watching a WASPy woman go to prison for a bad decision she made while taking the lesbian route in her 20s make for great TV? Heck yes!