Somehow we park our fears in a closet, and carry on, putting our lives in the hands of total strangers, and their computers.
Where else but Winnipeg could you sing along with a tap dancing porcupine, revisit a classic fairy tale, learn about acceptance and support the hungry and homeless by attending theatre for kids?
Think you’re a Jon Stewart fan? You’ve probably been using the term “fan” a little more loosely than Sharilyn Johnson.
Graphic designer and entrepreneur Danika Bock puts her appreciation for attractive yet practical design to work in her stationary and gift shop, Tiny Feast.
The 27th annual Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is putting the spotlight on some very talented performers, writers and other dramatists until July 27.
It’s almost that time of year again as the largest multi-cultural festival of it’s kind in the world kicks off in Winnipeg this weekend.
I rarely watch TV commercials, but I do see them zoom by in fast forward, and I can’t help but notice one in particular.
It’s bad enough when characters in the play realize they’re not real, but when the audience is informed that they’re also fictional, it’s too much for some.
A prairie province shows that improvement in health care is founded on more and better data, innovative thinking, an extraordinary effort to share information, and unprecedented action on the front lines.
We can’t turn back the clock, but it seems to me there’s a lot more we can do to make our neighbourhoods safer.