Elvis impersonator, Dave Greene, sang a few songs at the beginning of the play over the weekend.
Big, loud, dumb and fun – a gory spectacle at the Park Theatre has audiences getting splattered with fake blood, and loving it.
School zones have never been designed in favour of dropping off kids, so how about some new ideas to make this morning / afternoon ritual more efficient.
Everyone dies, but not everybody really lives. A father remembers his soldier son who taught us to live and love life to the fullest, and that tomorrow is promised to no one.
Lou Gramm, vocalist and main songwriter for Foreigner, still has the pipes to belt out the classic hits that fans are eager to chew up as quickly as the band can spit them out.
Every year, Flavie-Laurent Centre (FLC) takes in over 7000 donations of clothing, furniture and housewares. These in turn, are distributed free of charge to thousands in Manitobans in need.
Billed as an evening of music, mime and clowning, the first annual Cabaret Clownesque was a huge success as every seat was filled at the Park Theatre for an evening of vaudevillian entertainment.
It’s been 275 years since the Grey Nuns first set up hospitals and schools in Canada. Today, this legacy lives on through the work of Sara Riel Inc.
Declared legally blind 9 years ago, Manitoba artist Wendy Provins has persevered through several eye surgeries, on her incredible journey to see again and to create some amazing art.
As Manitoba artist Wendy Provins prepares to move to British Columbia, Gallery 415 on St. Anne’s Road is saying goodbye with an open house featuring many of her latest works.