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Friday, July 10, 2020

Fringe Festival features SFU stars

Every year the Vancouver Fringe Festival gives artists the opportunity to showcase their art in some of the zaniest and most interesting venues throughout...

Pidgin pleases taste buds

Newly opened on the DTES, Pidgin is worth the visit By Ljudmila Petrovic Photos by Patrick Lui / TTLui Photography Pidgin just opened up on 350 Carrall...

McConaughey can only do so much to carry Gold

By: Jennifer Russell Warning: If you watch Matthew McConaughey movies for his stellar body, this is not the movie for you. Gaining over forty pounds for...

FOOD FIGHT: New eats and sweet treats for summer

Food Fight is dedicated to highlighting the differences between vegan and omnivorous cuisines. By reviewing restaurants in Metro Vancouver, our columnists Yelin and Bart...

Must-see event

By: Alex Bloom Taking place on April 7, the SFU Concert Orchestra will be performing X Part II: Through Space and Time. This comes as...

Getting Grimes-y with The Walking Dead

If you haven’t heard of The Walking Dead, then you’ve probably been living under a rock for the past four years. The Walking Dead...

Journalism: No Job For a Woman

Screening at Vancouver International Film Festival covers various women and their struggles to be taken seriously. By Monica Miller Photos by Vancouver International Film Festival Women in...

The best albums of 2013

10. Haim – Days Are Gone In terms of plain and simple fun this year, no record beats Days Are Gone. From its opening synths,...

The Tiger is a gritty book that shatters reality and your perception of the...

By: Maxwell Gawlick John Vaillant’s The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival is a visceral tale of man versus nature. It flips our...

New Music Friday

By: Tegan Gallilee-Lang, Max James Hill, and Courtney Miller Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday. https://open.spotify.com/user/thepeaksfu/playlist/1ZxFYvF98Qzy4smLVSN188 “Brightside” – Icona...