Happy 101st birthday Arlington Bridge ! It isn’t a glorious history. In fact, the Troubled Lady has been controversial at every stage in its life.
Few realize our city boasts the largest collection of contemporary Inuit artwork in the world. A new exhibit featuring some of the gallery’s permanent collection is part of WAG’s centennial celebrations.
Linda Funk’s life looked pretty good. She had a small circle of friends, dedicated supporters, helpful staff, an active social calendar and occasional trips. But something was missing…Linda’s past.
Local performer Angela Senyshyn will share the stage with Tempest Storm, an iconic burlesque performer from the 50s, at The Great Canadian Girlesque EXPO ’13 this weekend in Toronto.
As tough as our winter has been, I remain hugely grateful that I live in the ‘true north strong and free’, and not in the land of conspiracy theorists. They’re known as truthers and one of their most recent campaigns is downright awful.
United Nations has declared 2013 to be “The International Year of Quinoa” but this “grain of the Gods” has now tripled in price making it more difficult to buy for those who grow this staple food.
It’s fascinating to follow the evolution of this basic food and how it has been valued over the decades, especially here in what many still regard as the breadbasket of much of the world.
Red River College held a sneak peek of its soon-to-be opened Paterson GlobalFoods Institute earlier this week — and what a peek it was!
Imagine back over 140 years ago. Who decided to name this place Manitoba? Then who decided to name this city Winnipeg?
Many times I have declared I wish I had a buck for every time I have driven the Trans-Canada highway between Winnipeg and Regina. Once the snow is on the ground, that should be at least two bucks.