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Making It Up As We Go Along....
on July 7,2014 by jared

Be sure to join our intrepid radio hosts Crumbs (and friends) at the Fringe!


You know them. You love them. You listen to them religiously on your radio every Monday at 5PM.  Now don't miss your chance to come watch them do what they do best at the 2014 Winnipeg Fringe Festival! Don't miss our favorite comedy duo CRUMBS as they perform their hilarious improvised show at the King's Head Pub every night with Dj Hunnicutt supplying the improvised soundtrack. Come see exactly how good improv shows can be, then be spoiled for the rest of your life.

Showtimes are as follows:

  • Wednesday, July 16 10:45 PM     
  • Thursday, July 17 10:45 PM
  • Friday, July 18 7:00  PM      
  • Satursday, July 19 10:45 PM
  • Sunday, July 20 10:45 PM     
  • Monday, July 21 7:00  PM
  • Tuesday, July 22 10:45 PM     
  • Wednesday, July 23 10:45 PM
  • Thursday, July 24 10:45 PM     
  • Friday, July 25 9:00  PM
  • Saturday, July 26 10:45 PM
Get your tickets online now (no seriously, you really should)!

If that wasn't enough, you can also join CRUMBS and a rotating cast of improv veterans, actors and comedians for the freewheelin' comedy spectacle that can only be known as The Big Stupid Improv Show. This show is an improv jam show, meaning it's a show where improv players and actors and comedians from a bunch of other shows are thrown together onto a stage and forced to do a show together. Trust us, it's amazing!

The Big Stupid Improv show takes place at Venue #21 (MTYP, 2 Forks Market Road) at these times:

  • Thursday, July 17 - 3:15 PM
  • Friday, July 18 - 10:45 PM
  • Sunday, July 20 - 1:45 PM
  • Monday, July 21 - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday, July 23 - 7:00 PM
  • Thursday, July 24 - 8:30 PM
  • Saturday, July 26 - NooN!
  • Sunday, July 27 - 7:45 PM

Get your tickets online now!

At The Edge Of Canada Special Presentation
on May 29,2014 by jared

An indepth conversation with one of the provinces best new talents!

Join host Liz Przybylski at 11am on Thursday, June 5th as she speaks with with one of Manitoba's most interesting up and coming songwriters, Leonard Sumner.  Sumner is an Anishinaabe MC/Singer-Songwriter from the Little Saskatchewan First Nation located in Interlake Region of Manitoba. He provides perspective from a voice often unheard and over-looked in the traditional music communities: truthful, insightful, and providing a new sound straight from ‘the Rez’. His music is best described as a fusion of Hip-Hop, Country and Rhythm & Blues.

His lyrics are intricate and honest, combine this with his powerful message and heart and listen as they massage into a raspy flow that growls with the bittersweet existential angst of Reserve Anishinaabe. On stage, he captivates crowds with a guitar slung over his shoulder, singing and rhyming to the beats, allowing his style to be enjoyed by people who typically ‘aren’t into rap.’

At The Edge Of Canada Special Presentation
on April 29,2014 by jared

In Conversation With Emergent Vancouver MC Beka Solo

This Thursday, May 1, join guest interviewer Liz Przybylski as she speaks with Rebecca Solomon, who goes by the stage name of Beka Solo. Hailing from Nemiah Valley, a small community located in Central British Columbia, an area filled with beautiful mountains, lakes, and no electricity, Beka has been influenced by music throughout her whole life - all starting with rock music. Her dad and uncles have a band together called "Chilcotin Dream", and there are numerous stories of her falling asleep onstage while her family was playing past midnight.

In 2004, she started writing poems as a form of therapy. It was her way of dealing with sexual abuse and the loss of her mother from cancer when Beka was six. With her natural aggression, she was drawn towards hip hop, a medium which allowed her to express herself freely. In 2007 she first attempted to make her own beats, and in 2011 she left her comfort zone, moving to the city of Vancouver.

She graduated from the Professional Recording Arts Program at the Art Institute of Vancouver in December 2013. As she turned her own life trauma into motivation, this young lady sees herself as a role model for others. She has specifically chosen music to be a voice for the people, and to help create healing through music. She notes, "these gifts are borrowed, and this body is my temple. If I was born with a purpose, this is it right here. To inspire people to do chase what they love. Don't tell me the sky is the limit when there's foot prints on the moon." Beka Solo has released one 5 song EP, producing the beats, writing the lyrics, and mixing and mastering each track on her own. With the new year upon us, she's now hard at work, honing her craft and creating more inspiring music - keep a look out for Beka Solo, amazing up and coming artist artist to watch for in 2014 and beyond!

It's Not The Junos . . . It's The Brewnos!
on April 14,2014 by jared

Born out of the first time the city hosted the Junos, Beer For Breakfasts’ BREWNO AWARDS proudly return on Thursday May 1st at Shannon’s Irish Pub. So come on down and join us, raising a glass to the all of the great local acts that Winnipeg, and Manitoba, has to offer and and rub shoulders with the people and not the suits!

There’s no cover so there’s no excuse to miss performances by some of Winnipeg's finest, including J. Williamez, Sarah Michel, Sons of York, Sol James, Sebastian Owl and Moon Tan.

Plus, have your say in who gets the hardward by voting online now!

Celebrate what Winnipeg’s all about with an amazing night of music at Shannon’s Irish Pub on Thursday May 1st as the 2014 BREWNO AWARDS take centre stage.

The Brewno's are proudly sponsored by Half Pints, the Vantage Lounge, Shannon's Irish Pub and 101.5 UMFM

University Of Winnipeg Film Festival Returns
on April 14,2014 by jared

The 2014 U Winnipeg Film Fest is back for 2014, taking place from April 30th thru May 2 at the University of Winnipeg's Eckhardt Grammatte Hall!

Currently the longest running film festival in the city, the U Winnipeg fest promises to showcase many of the best student films from across the country, and is free and open to all ages. Don't miss Friday night's catered awards ceremony which features a keynote speech from on-set firearms expert Dave Brown, or the opening night kick off fundraiser concert at the Purple Room on April 29th, featuring French Press, Greek Riots and Sons of York.

For further festival details, visit