Morden photographer’s decades-old negatives developed and displayed at Manitoba Museum

Morden photographer’s decades-old negatives developed and displayed at Manitoba Museum

Sometime in the mid 1970s, Celia Rabinovitch’s father, Milton, presented her with a wooden box. Event Preview Click to Expand The Lost Expressionist – Nick Yudell, a Photographer Discovered● Manitoba Museum, Discovery Room, 190 Rupert Ave.● Thursday through Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm through Aug. 1 “These were Nick’s,” he said at the time. … Read more

Cuba clips Canada 1-0 in U-20 men’s soccer

The Free Press | Newsletter Jason Bell | Behind the Bench Twice a week, the Free Press sports editor keeps you up to date on all that’s happening on the ice, the field, the court, and places in between. Sign up for Behind the Bench TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – A goal in the 42nd minute stood … Read more

Rolling Stones Unzipped exhibition should provide fans with a degree of Satisfaction

The Rolling Stones have gone from the bad boys of rock ‘n’ roll to classic rock’s poster geezers. Visitors to Unzipped, a dazzling new exhibition about the band that opens today at the new Expo Live! venue at Portage Place, can follow Mick and the boys on their 60-year musical journey and view decades of … Read more

School musical explores Cree language through stories and song

Cree elder Winston Wuttunee took out his drum and invited more than 50 new friends, nearly all of whom were sitting cross-legged on the gymnasium floor of their Winnipeg elementary school on Monday afternoon, to sing the alphabet in his mother tongue. “Now I know my ABCs. Next time won’t you sing in Cree!” he … Read more

Stapleton wows the crowd at Canada Life Center

It takes about a couple of hours to figure out the cultural phenomenon named Chris Stapleton. The puzzle? How could a heavy-bearded man in his 40s who blends common country themes of heartache and longing with southern rock be at the top of the entertainment mountain? Concert review Click to Expand Chris Stapleton With Elle … Read more

Winnipeg actor Djouliet Amara has always known she’d follow a creative path

The first thing Djouliet Amara does when she gets home to Winnipeg is go for a walk. She puts on her headphones and heads out for a stroll around the St. Vital neighbor she grew up in. “I liked to go to my favorite swing set and just swing,” she says, laughing. “There’s a comforting … Read more

Winnipeg-shot comedy looking for Indigenous extras

The CTV comedy series Acting Goodstarring Anishinaabe standup comedian Paul Rabliauskas, has put out the call for “hundreds” of Indigenous extras — male and female ages 16-90 years old — to play in various scenes throughout the shoot. The 10-episode series has already begun filming in Winnipeg and surrounding areas and is expected to continue … Read more

Daher brings young-adult novel to book club

The Free Press Book Club, in conjunction with McNally Robinson Booksellers, will welcome Winnipeg author Anita Daher to this month’s virtual book club meeting on Monday, April 25, at 7 p.m. to read from and discuss her novel, You Don’t Have to Die in the End. Published in 2020 by Great Plains, Daher’s latest young-adult … Read more

Exchange boasts new artist-run gallery

SOME of Winnipeg’s most cutting-edge, modern art has found a home in a newly renovated building that is 120 years old. Aceartinc., an artist-run contemporary art gallery founded in 1983, unveiled its new 3,100-square foot space in the Carriage Works building at 206 Princess St., Friday. Space2, a Winnipeg company run by Shelley and Mark … Read more