Hoffman’s death from what appears to have been a heroin overdose has shocked the world and those in the local film community who worked on “Capote” with him in Winnipeg ten years ago.
People at The Forks yesterday were treated to a sneak preview for an upcoming fundraiser that will feature a cabaret of circus performances, all in support of an artistic intervention project that teaches circus skills to at-risk-youth.
The Recipe for Success Video Cooking Contest encourages kids to share their most delicious and nutritious sandwich recipe in a short video for a chance to win big while learning about healthy food.
How do you increase sales of broccoli? Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Moss recently discovered you design an ad campaign that comes out swinging.
It’s one thing to be aware of human rights abuses; it’s another thing to do something about it. A local course helps participants advocate and take action on issues they feel passionate about.
Contrary to what may appear in the media, Winnipeg’s North End is a community full of strong and healthy individuals who are working together to creatively address the challenges faced by families and residents.
When you make tea in your grandmother’s china cup and use your mother’s cookbook to find her hand-written recipe for cinnamon buns, you have accessed your most important heritage centre: your private museum, library and archives.
This could be considered a new year’s resolution. Or, some advice from the front lines of the ‘people helping people’ industry. Or, perhaps it’s a wake up call reminding us to be mindful of who we choose as our friends.
Sunday, December 22, 2013 marked the one year anniversary of what is being dubbed as a planetary shift in consciousness — an online movement created by a group working to heal the world.
McNally Robinson, the city’s premier bookstore, is a regular host to a myriad of events, many of which are literary, and still others that are musical and educational.