It’s a rigourous and exclusive 2-year, full-time program. Only the best photography and writing portfolios are accepted for interviews. The waiting list is long. Many students have already completed a university degree.
All this pre-amble to prep you for some excellent writing. Some posts are based on assignments. Bloggers who follow prompts and challenges will understand.
I hope you enjoy as much as I have.
Covering our local culture scene, she’s short on patience for self-absorbed, inauthentic poseurs and long on enthusiasm for young, entrepreneurial artists.
The River City Rambler blog is named for one of Winnipeg’s nicknames – River City – since our city was established where the Red River and Assiniboine River meet.
(We have other nicknames too, such as Winterpeg or simply The Peg, or Peg City.)
Like a river, author Erik Fjeldsted meanders in a good way. Insightful comments on current events that resonate across borders, fun events and outings, and topics near and dear to his heart.
I will admit I was prepared to not enjoy Sincerely, Kristi. The blog’s main focus is fitness and exercising, (ugh.)
However, there is a warmth to author Kristi-Jo Nikkel’s honest encouragement for staying in shape. I think it comes from her experience from being coached at an elite level.
A genuine enthusiasm for adventure also comes through, from sketchy urban corners to open rural highways.
Want to find your own local blogs? Try searching categories & tags using your town/city/region name. Happy hunting!