Literary obsessions, teen truckers and fairy tale rejections – find out what ten young women think about the state of the world as Sarasvàti Productions presents ten monologues by Canadian playwrights.
Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times investigative reporter, Michael Moss, was in town this week to talk about what food companies do to their products in order to hook us, one nacho chip at a time.
Aboriginal youth have set out from First Nations communities across the province to convene in Winnipeg for the first-ever Youth Exchange on food security in Manitoba.
The annual beard growing contest has been a favourite of Festival du Voyageur goers for 32 years. More than 70 people entered this year’s contest that included beards of all sizes and shapes.
The leg wrestling, voyageur wrestling, pillow fight, tug of war and log sawing are some of the competitions featured in the Games which have been a part of Festival du Voyageur for 38 years.
Non-profit, artist-run Videopool, a collective of video and sound artists, hosted a members screening February 19 in the Videopool Studio on the third floor of the Artspace Building in the Exchange district.
“So You Think You Can Act” will feature several local celebrities, famous for things other than theatre, testing out their acting chops in front of a panel of judges and a live audience.
Here’s your chance to discover the tactics multi-national companies use to get you to eat processed foods, and to put yourself on an even footing with the $3 trillion a year industry.
People at The Forks yesterday were treated to a sneak preview for an upcoming fundraiser that will feature a cabaret of circus performances, all in support of an artistic intervention project that teaches circus skills to at-risk-youth.
After losing her healthy, athletic Dad to a rare heart muscle disease, a young Winnipeg woman is organizing a hockey tournament to raise awareness and funds for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.