Annually, citizens of Winnipeg commemorate the suffering and the deaths of the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki caused by the atomic bombing of those cities.
The surprises in the pre-opening performance of Annie at Rainbow Stage did not prevent the audience from enjoying an excellent performance.
B’nai Brith is in its 93rd year of delivering incredible camping experiences at its Lake of the Woods-based outdoor camp.
Winnifred Florence Spence receives the Official Certificate naming of Tom Bird’s Bay.
Since it’s heated up outside, more people have ditched their car keys for bike locks. And volunteers at the University of Winnipeg are giving cyclists a hand with keeping their bikes road ready.
Hundreds of people came to Assiniboine Park Friday July 27 for the third of three evenings of Ballet in the Park, put on by Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
Two wordless shows at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival bring home the power of silence.
The Millennium Library Park, located on the south side of the Millennium Library, between Smith and Donald Streets, and is now open to the public.
This past weekend, the 28th Annual Brandon Folk Music and Art Festival, rebounded nicely from last year’s rain soaked event, to present one of their best line ups ever.
The 25th annual Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival is underway at dozens of venues across the city. Lots of free Fringe entertainment is also onstage at Old Market Square.