Skateboarders show their stuff at the Forks this weekend.
Ever find yourself wanting to spend your lunch break listening to beautiful classical music played by world-class musicians?
From the first look, you can tell that Jeff Norton’s car isn’t any ordinary car.
With mortgage rates at historic lows, and a continuing low vacancy rate, Winnipeg’s housing sector is as competitive as ever.
The Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival has been a staple in our city for over two decades.
I can’t imagine a better way to get to work than powered by my own two feet. You couldn’t pay me to drive or take the bus downtown every day.
As part of a larger effort to refresh downtown Winnipeg’s image, the Downtown BIZ hosted the first of its brand new Downtown Living Tours recently. Participants on the tour were given a ride around the Downtown and Exchange District areas in a classic trolley and were then taken to a condo development on Market Street…
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.…
Businesses change but the idea is the successful part of the business Times Changed has created a scene. People love the bands that John Scoles brings in from out of town. The venue provides a place for local bands to get a gig, release an album and sell out a venue. It’s become the go-to…
There are just a few days left if you want to sink your teeth into one of Wagon Wheel’s club house sandwiches.