A traveling interactive project has people stitching into a blanket responses to the now infamous comment by Prime Minister Stephen Harper: “We have no history of colonialism.”
Black Sabbath was on fire last night as the heavy metal pioneers, led by the legendary Ozzy Osbourne, treated fans to a dazzling show at MTS Centre.
Rolling in laughter, crowds of people could not get enough fun at this year’s 14th Annual Festival of Fools.
It’s a quaint setting on the second floor of Millennium Library that can seen through the locked Skywalk doors but can only be accessed through the Library. It’s worth the walk around.
A memorial service was held in the 500 block of Langside Street where one year ago to the day, Nigel Dylan Dixon was killed in a case of mistaken identity.
Kids have been checking off the days on their calendars with anticipation of the 14th Annual Festival of Fools, an initiative of the Winnipeg International Children’s Festival Inc.
Hidden in plain view along the streets and alley ways of Winnipeg’s Exchange District are timeless artworks and buildings that convey the fascinating histories of its restless occupants.
Texas veteran blues-rockers ZZ Top served up a mess of their brand of down home boogie at the MTS concert bowl Thursday night to a near full house.
Carl Bernstein, who broke the Watergate scandal in the 1970s, is one of the many talented journalists who will be in Winnipeg for an upcoming conference.
Five years after being diagnosed with depression, artist Graham Hnatiuk is back with a strong series of work exploring environmentalism and humankind’s eroding connection with our surroundings.