Eating in Winnipeg is as diverse as it is excellent; and it’s not just the traditional restaurants that are great — so are the secret dinners.
How often do you walk into a comfortable, stylish fast food restaurant serving deliciously fresh, gluten-free options? If your answer is never, you haven’t been to Saigon Jon’s Vietnamese Kitchen.
Pamela Desmet Franklin blends and juxtaposes images that are imbued with systems of belief, myth and mystery. Her art is as thoughtful as her prescription for humanity’s survival.
Great art doesn’t need to transcend disability, it is embraced, informed and enriched by it. Disability in an artist may not only add to the quality of the work but is often the muse that gives it life.
Rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers performed live at the MTS Centre recently to the delight of thousands of their fans.
A part of Winnipeg’s event calendar for several years, the Diwali Mela has grown from strength to strength, just like the Indian community in the city.
A facilitation and participation fair presented at the Winnipeg Art Gallery by the Arts and Disability Network of Manitoba receives high praise.
How many of us have made the trek east, to our neighbor past Kenora. We don’t hear a lot about our neighbor to the east, we are more obsessed with making fun of the provincial cousin to the West.
The denim jean genius has moved to leather for his fall collection. The fashion show at his 89 Princess space had stunning, custom made male and female clothes.
Home Street’s Block Party in Winnipeg’s West End brings residents together to share an afternoon of fun and to build a stronger neighbourhood.