Nik Turner’s Hawkwind will be landing in Winnipeg on Monday, September 22 for a show at the Pyramid Cabaret.
My new digital toaster has me pining for the old days, when a coat hanger over the element was the easiest and best way to toast bread.
Manitoba Hydro’s substation at Grant Ave between Harrow and Stafford Streets is undergoing a renovation that residents hope will beautify what has long been an unsightly corner of River Heights.
The Fort la Reine Museum in Portage la Prairie presents theatrical tours through the museum grounds which have been subject to strange phenomenon over the years.
Manitoba long distance runners finish off the season in style with first place finishes in two tough races.
As debates go, it was hardly a food fight. The proposals offered by the various candidates seemed to complement one another, rather than to be at odds.
Friday night at the Gas Station Theatre and the stars of the evening were having their strings pulled by some pretty creative people.
As an Arctic explorer, I wondered why Sir John Franklin wasn’t wearing a parka, or least ear muffs. “What a crazy Englishman” I thought as a 7-year-old kid.
It’s all about dreams – pulling together food and music in a way no individual could on his own – to make an amazing soup of people.
Site pays homage to origins of Canada’s community foundation movement while honouring the generosity of Winnipeg Foundation donors.