With good food, energetic dances, storytelling, and more, the First Nations pavilion is well worth visiting.
Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra joins Crash Test Dummies to headline special evening of entertainment.
No apologies from guard or store manager after patron is humiliated as purse is searched.
Eventually I stopped trying to figure out what was “real” and what wasn’t, and decided to enjoy the show for what it was; an epic dance party in a massive venue.
Inner-city initiatives provide info about food, space to grow gardens, and the opportunity for residents to consume fresh, high quality products.
Paco Erhard’s jokes went places I couldn’t believe he’d gone but his honesty was refreshing.
Dalnavert Museum provides perfect setting with live soundtrack.
Fringe play takes aim at absurdity of many office jobs.
Every adult should take in at least one Kids Fringe show to appreciate the range of subject areas at this year’s Festival.
A must see for everyone who’s ever traveled and anyone who’s wanted to.