An impressive 25-band line up combined with a picturesque prairie landscape in Cypress River, Manitoba, sets the scene for the 2nd annual Prairie Wind Music Festival on Saturday, June 1.
A Beer & Skits group, the BS Comedy Players, stage one production a year preserving a 75 year tradition of lampooning local, national and international politicians and celebrities.
Want to fight aliens in your own backyard? ZenFri’s mobile game will let you do just that, but first they need to raise the funds to finish the game.
To commemorate Winnipeg newspaper La Liberté’s 100th anniversary, organizers have formed Centenary Newspapers of Canada association and will hold a free journalism symposium on June 25.
Imagine a world lived behind bars. No matter the choices you make, it seems you end up making the wrong ones. This is what Sarasvàti Productions examines with its world premiere of “Jail Baby.”
Want to make “something meaningful” out of discarded buildings and materials? Larraine Henning’s A Practical Guide to Squatting can help.
Deanna Durbin starred in 21 movies, most of them fairly forgettable, but she was hugely popular. In 1947, she was the highest paid star in the business, at more than $300,000.
Original works from over 150 fresh new artists, ranging in age from five to 12, were up for sale at a fundraiser to support the redevelopment of Angus McKay’s courtyard.
If you want to know what life was like 400 years ago, Creative Retirement Manitoba is expanding its educational programs to include a bus tour of some of the most famous historic spots in North America.
Shows like Bomb Girls are always destined to be ‘non-recurring events’ it seems. The cost to produce them is high and it’s cheaper to buy American shows off the shelf, as we have always done in this country.