Jim Jarmusch documentary “Gimme Danger: The Story of The Stooges” examines the musical exploits of Iggy Pop and his band.
Now in its 17th year, Winnipeg’s LGBT Choir – Rainbow Harmony Project – attracts gay and straight members, perhaps signaling a change in societal attitudes.
The 53rd anniversary of John Kennedy’s assassination conjures up memories of how he was a master of the press conference, a sharp contrast to President-Elect Trump who reviles the media.
Does Canada need to worry about the same festering malaise that has disrupted the United States?
The championship of three down football in Canada used to be a much bigger deal.
This year’s Manitoba Philanthropy Awards honoured the Mauro Family, whose aim in giving is to reach those in most need and to foster social justice.
New public artwork by Bill Pechet entitled “heaven between” will be unveiled on Broadway’s boulevard, as Winnipeg leads the way in embracing public art.
More than just a settler to a new land, Christina Taylor has had quite an event filled life.
For all those who are dreading the next four years, maybe it’s best to put your faith in gridlock.
On Remembrance Day I frequently turn to thoughts of two friends who are no longer here, but this year they are strongly connected.