A murderous nightmare that happened on April 13, 1945, less than a month before VE Day, is not well remembered.
Let It Be: A Celebration of the Music of the Beatles successfully recreates what it was like to be there.
Five films of West Broadway residents sharing stories of their lives are screened at engaging neighborhood event.
As the Winnipeg Folk Festival prepares for its 42nd year, the man who started it all reflects on its beginnings and on how it has grown.
The portrait of Queen Elizabeth that hung in the Winnipeg Arena from 1979 to 1999 is coming home thanks to two Manitobans.
Call it what you will – Land of the Living Skies, Roughrider Nation – this is likely the one place where the clocks will never change.
While attendance was down slightly due to the cold weather, the Festival saw larger than usual crowds in their indoor night time venues.
Gone are the days of the Charlie Horse, hip pointer or separated shoulder. Welcome to the world of upper and lower body injuries.
Hitchcock called it the McGuffin. While politicians scramble to put out the fire, administrators bury what they really want in the fine print.
The 46th edition of the annual Festival du Voyageur kicks off in St. Boniface, running from Feb. 13 – 22.