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New local furniture company, building your dream table from repurposed hockey sticks

22-year old Brandon University student Justin Holder, a former goalie for both the Virden Oil Caps and Waywayseecappo Wolverines in the MJHL, has come up with an unique business.  The business is called Prairie Twigs where he takes old broken hockey sticks and makes incredible furniture for the hockey fan in all of us. “When…

Studio 78 Lofts Opens in Downtown Brandon

Studio 78 Lofts is a space all about community, empowering creatives and encouraging business growth. Located at the Historic Bass Building in downtown Brandon, Studio 78 Lofts was created to reach out to the creatives and both new and established businesses.  This up and coming concept is the only of its kind in Westman and…

Ukrainian Cuisine under new management, Spanish menu items now available

Ukrainian Cuisine is under new management as of January 1. As part of the management change, the restaurant plans to offer a more varied selection by adding some tasty Spanish dishes to the menu including a combination plate (tortilla soup, 3 Mexican beef tacos and a homemade Horchata) for only $11.99, plus taxes.  Roman Grechaniuk,…

Shawarma Queen a great lunch & supper time buffet

Shawarma Queen Kebab House, 908 Rosser Ave, offers up a daily lunch and supper buffet featuring classic Mediterranean meat dishes like chicken shawarma, beef donair, lamb kebabs, and ground beef kebabs.  Accompanying side dishes often featured include green beans, samosas, chicken spring rolls, donair pizza, steamed rice, baked potatoes, and naan or pita breads.  The selection varies daily…

100 Men Who Give A Damn…Bigger and Better

Round 3 of 100 Men Who Give A Dam will return on March 21st, according to Riley Day one of the members of the board.  Day along with Shane Cashin, Jason Earl, Spencer Day, Chris Creighton, and Bart Curtis and hoping this time around they will give one lucky charity $10,000.00. The process is simple…
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