The Fringe festival kicked off today in Old Market Square in grand fashion.
Just as certain as Manitobans will flock to the fairways this weekend, many will also watch one of the most popular and prestigious tournaments in the world.
Ever find yourself wanting to spend your lunch break listening to beautiful classical music played by world-class musicians?
Lord Stanley’s Cup makes an appearance near Portage la Prairie early Monday evening.
Some of the first citizen journalists to create and post content on Community News Commons have been Red River College students.
The Canadian Tour Player’s Cup ended in dramatic fashion with Chris Killmer from the United States coming out on top.
The Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival has been a staple in our city for over two decades.
The Canadian Tour Player’s Cup starts Thursday, July 12, at one of Manitoba’s more difficult courses — Pine Ridge Golf Club. This will be the 14th consecutive year the club has hosted the Cup. Pine Ridge Golf Club is ready for the Player’s this year. The greens are hard and fast, the rough is thick…
Along with all the other Winnipeggers wanting to bid a fond farewell this week to a city lunch institution, I made a trip to The Wagon Wheel Lunch today to enjoy one of its famous, mouthwatering Club House sandwiches. One cannot go to the Wagon Wheel without having a Club House – at least once.…
Good news for the Winnipeg Folk Festival as it wrapped up its 39th annual event this past weekend. Two substantial contributions to its Staging the Future Capital Campaign have been announced. The first comes from the Province of Manitoba as a $650,000 donation which will provide improvements to the festival campground, including shade structures, lighting and…