She has taught hundreds of people to sing, even those who thought they couldn’t. Now, her renamed choir will again sing for charity, and honour their founder who is in hospital fighting cancer.
Look what the cat dragged in – nothin’ but a good time.
People kept asking,”Who is that?”, as Les Boulanger presented his MMIA set, where he juxtaposed hard hitting news clips with traditional Indigenous music.
Wahbung Abinoonjiiag Inc. counsellor Casey Ludwick helps at risk-youth find their voices by giving them a chance to set their own paths.
Winnipeg Folk Festival honours David Lindley with Artistic Achievement Award at last Friday’s successful fundraising event at the Fairmont.
The Arts & Disability Network of Manitoba is breaking down barriers to make our community accessible to artists of all abilities.
Nearly 10 years after a PTSD diagnosis, artist Daniel Lemire releases “Rantings of a Mad Man” and hosts a fundraising symposium on mental health.
The challenge of learning English after immigrating to Canada from Argentina, gives local woman insight into teaching Spanish to her colleagues at work.
Hula-hooping, juggling, unicycling, dancing and practicing tricks – every Sunday they run away to the circus.
Chew on This was a call to action for Canadians to work towards the eradication of poverty in their country through a commitment to better planning and coordination.