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Fringe reviews

The Winnipeg Fringe Festival was bigger than ever this year with 108,721 indoor attendees and an estimated 80,000 people visiting Old Market Square for live…



Things Withered

We know Winnipeg-born Susie Moloney from her novels A Dry Spell, The Dwelling, and The Thirteen. Moloney, who currently spends time in New York, tends…


Big Fun in review

As one night of the event Big Fun, itself paired with the New Music Festival, Jan. 24 at the barely ventilated Windsor Hotel was a…



A prophecy of decay

Ontarian-turned-Manitoban Lauren Carter has written for literary journals and newspapers such as Prairie Fire and the Globe and Mail, and released her poetry collection, Lichen…



The Heist

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis deliver the goods with their first independent full album release, The Heist. A project three years in the making, the entire…


Surprisingly stirring

Review: Babel , Mumford & Sons “I will love with urgency, but not with haste,” croons Marcus Mumford from English folk rock band, Mumford &…


A physical experience

Review: Catharsis by Douglas Smith On Friday, Sept. 14 aceartinc. launched a powerful new exhibit, Catharsis, by Douglas Smith. Catharsis is a series of black…