Kayla Say

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Movie Review: Anonymous

In theatres this month, the movie Anonymous explores the idea that the Shakespeare we know and love is, in fact, a fraud. Diehard Shakespeare fans…


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Peepshow in the Exchange

Early this fall the Exchange District BIZ (Business Improvement Zone) launched a new program, Pop-up Art, turning unoccupied store fronts into temporary art galleries. The…


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Black cats and bless yous

Having owned a black cat for years, walked under my fair share of ladders and knocked on wood more times that I can count I…


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Ten great things

Tis the season for tales of terror! But I have to admit that scary movies just don’t do it for me. Long before corn syrup was…


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Dead Air at aceartinc

Dead Air, the most recent exhibit by Steve Bates, is a mind-bending contemplation on the various aspects of time. Considering not only the officially calculated…



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Travel-logging

In Guatemala’s north lies the greatest treasure of one of the most magnificent cultures of all time. Tikal National Park is a collection of awe-inspiring…


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Nuit Blanche stories

I have been to the Winnipeg Art Gallery only three times in my life before Saturday night. I can say with absolute confidence that Nuit…


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Variety aplenty at FemFest

On Sept. 17, I had the pleasure of attending the opening cabaret for FemFest. FemFest is an annual, weeklong Winnipeg festival that showcases women in…


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Gifts from the heart

every winter, i hear a lot of grumbling about how Christmas has been commercialized. “Gifts should be from the heart,” people say. “Not big box…