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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

New Music Friday

By: Lyz Boyd, Danielle Davie, Neil MacAlister, Courtney Miller, and Natasha Tar  https://open.spotify.com/user/thepeaksfu/playlist/6wILDklwOXStEtn2PTGcSh?si=UdwHj2ZET3ep2CNXxwhA0A “In My Blood” – Shawn Mendes Danielle Davie: Incredibly generic, but he does have a nice voice...

American Crime uses packed visuals to describe nuanced storylines

By: Zach Siddiqui American Crime is a show that focuses on deconstructing and analyzing various social issues through esoteric lenses. The first season starts with...

Around the circumpolar world in 180 days

By: Natasha Tar Let’s say you just had a baby. Would your first thoughts be “cool, now I should plan a 180-day trip to different...

Album Reviews

By: Solomon Etuk, Alexander Kenny, and Winona Young Outsider by Three Days Grace With the release of Outsider, Three Days Grace mark the sixth instalment in...

Stuff we like and don’t like

By: Gabrielle McLaren, and Grace Rose Stuff We Like: Stories of nuanced marginalized peoples If these last few weeks have taught us anything, it’s that stories featuring...

Suya Life: bringing Nigerian street food to Vancouver

By: Alex Bloom In March of 2017, Suya Life began. Now, as they celebrate their one-year anniversary, they have plans to expand their services. It...

Must-see events

By: Alex Bloom rEvolver Theatre Festival (early bird tickets) rEvolver Festival is a yearly event designed to promote the work of up-and-coming performance artists in Vancouver....

New Music Friday

By: Alex Bloom, Louise Ho, Courtney Miller, Elisha Summers, and Natasha Tar https://open.spotify.com/user/thepeaksfu/playlist/05rrDztu3WYqdk0qZiDhLT?si=no6UApB2QxatO4Rn5jpkeQ “Not Exactly an Overture” – Long Time No Time Elisha Summers: Fun beat, but...

Max Porter’s Grief is the Thing with Feathers is a short, but powerful read

By: Aaron Richardson Often during periods of mourning, the grief you are experiencing can feel almost physical in its presence. It can feel as if...

Album Reviews

By: Neil MacAlister The Matrix by Hoodrich Pablo Juan and Brodinski Atlanta rapper Hoodrich Pablo Juan has had some recent success in his local trap scene. His...