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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Hitman forgoes traditional one-and-done release

Hitman, also referred to as Hitman 2016, is a stealth action game released by IO Interactive earlier this year. It’s the sixth entry in...

2016’s best comedy specials

Let’s be honest, 2016 was anything but funny. The world is a giant mess and it’s not magically going to get better in the...

CENTRE STAGE: Touchstone Theatre brings back Late Company; DanceHouse brings Brazil’s Companhia Urbana de...

Late Company Touchstone Theatre March 29–April 2 at the Evergreen Cultural Centre April 5–9 at the Vancity Culture Lab Debora Shaun-Hastings reads a letter aloud to her dinner...

American Honey is everything but sweet

American Honey, directed by Andrea Arnold, shines like the backlit summer-scape of your mind. Its visceral and concrete insight into the underbelly of the...

Cinephilia: Karl Marx would have hated Kenneth Branagh’s Cinderella

Recessions, terrorism, and 9/11 have left a firm imprint on the kinds of films that have been produced in the last 15 years or...

Salt and Paper: Margarita Remix

Sometimes there are days when I think I should just scrap dinner and go straight to the night cap. Without fail, a day or...

Monty Python take their final bow

Broadcast from the O2 Arena in London to cinemas around the world, Monty Python Live (Mostly) included many of the comedy troupe’s classic sketches...

Our Town: as much as things change, they always stay the same

Sitting at a picnic table beside the main stage tent at Bard on the Beach, Bob Frazer explains that Thornton Wilder and Shakespeare have...

Kevin Morby brings the Media Club to its feet

An intimate night of music at the Media Club started with Jaye Bartell, a solo act featuring only Johnny Cash-style vocals and exquisite finger-picking...

Andy Shauf is early to The Party

Canadian-born and raised Andy Shauf has stunned both listeners and critics with his new album, The Party. An older, more refined sibling to his...