“Oh, What a Night!” – The Christmas Show Dec. 2 The cast of “Oh, What a Night!”, the internationally renowned tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, celebrates the Christmas season with a brand-new show that definitely creates “holiday … Continue reading Club Regent Event Centre
Dec. 1 to Jan. 6 Canad Inns Winter Wonderland is Manitoba’s largest drive-thru light show and provides a brilliant presentation of over one million lights throughout a 2.5 kilometre route in the comfort of your own vehicle. redriverex.com Continue reading Canad Inns Winter Wonderland
By travel.gc.ca Crossing international borders can be complicated and sometimes requires many different kinds of documents. Being prepared is the key to easing your way through this process, so make sure you know what documents you need, where to get … Continue reading Cross borders with ease – Ensure you have the right travel documents
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone™ Nov. 25 and 26 Relive the film that started it all. Watch the wand choosing the wizard, trolls running amok and magic mirrors in high-definition while the WSO performs John Williams’ iconic score. The Snowman Dec. 3 Back by popular demand, Raymond Briggs’ heartwarming holiday classic film. The Snowman tells of a little boy who wakes up to find that everything has turned snow-white. He rushes out to build a snowman who comes to life and takes him on an amazing journey. The Tenors Dec. 8 and 9 Blending classical music and contemporary pop, … Continue reading Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra
By Michele Sponagle Hamilton, Ontario is one of those truly fascinating cities with an abundance of great things to see, do and eat. Even better is how much these vary from neighbourhood to neighbourhood. There’s no one size fits all … Continue reading Neighborhoods to watch in The Hammer
A Christmas Carol Nov. 22 to Dec. 16 John Hirsch Mainstage Cold-hearted and greedy, Ebenezer Scrooge is anything but jolly at Christmas time. But something shifts when the ghost of his business partner Marley visits to save him from his own bitter demise. Watch his epic transformation in this classic tale of compassion, hope and redemption that will leave hearts glowing. royalmtc.ca Continue reading Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
Madama Butterfly Nov. 18, 21 and 24 Death before dishonour – heart wrenching and beautifully exotic, Madama Butterfly will bring you to tears and sear your memory with its unforgettable melodies. Puccini at his best! An intensely moving and a haunting portrayal of the dangers of misguided love. The inspiration for other works including the stage play M. Butterfly and the musical Miss Saigon. manitobaopera.mb.ca Continue reading Manitoba Opera
I am happy to say that I have been to Clementine on Princess Street on a number of occasions. Each time I have been impressed with their culinary offerings as well as their warm, laid-back service. This is no surprise … Continue reading Clementine – 123 Princess St.
Virtual reality arcade bringing people out of their comfort zone in a social environment
By Bill Burfoot
Ah yes, the fear of heights. It’s one of the most common phobias (followed by public speaking) with an estimated three to five per cent of the population suffering so-called acrophobia.
For people with acrophobia, the sheer conversation of someone jumping out of an airplane, going up a ladder, bungee jumping or even taking an elevator can make them feel queasy. Now if only there was a way to tackle these fears without actually having to do them. Continue reading “The Portal – A “mind-blowing” experience”