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Saturday, February 29, 2020

good kid, m.A.A.d city, great album

   By Max Hill good kid, m.A.A.d. city is punctuated by the voicemail messages its 17-year-old protagonist receives. His mother prays for him and tempers her...

Lincoln boldly challenges a broken world

Spielberg's latest feature succeeds as more than a biopic By Will Ross Even Steven Spielberg’s detractors agree on this much: his movies make people feel good....

Discovering the world of Hayao Miyazaki

Cinematheque and Vancity Theatre scheduled to screen films from the masters of Studio Ghibli By Monica Miller I watched my first Hayao Miyazaki movie around age...

Throwback Review: You better go back and Check Your Head

The Beastie Boy's third album is some of their best, most eclectic music By Colin O'Neil If you still think the Beastie Boys were only about...

WGSN makes bold trend predictions

New movements in style involve technology, animals and modernism By Caroline Brown Illustration by Eleanor Qu What are the trends in fashion, art, and architecture? What is...

Delhi 2 Dublin merges Ireland and East-Asia

The ultimate mish-mash of musical mosaics By Kate Black, The Gateway (CUP) Edmonton (CUP) — On the road from Quebec City to Peterborough, Ontario, Delhi 2...

Smashed and sincere

Film about alcoholism breaks the addict film mould By Sofia Gay, The Concordian Montreal — From the story of doomed lovers with a penchant for heroin,...

Throwback Review: The old days of jazz

Wes Montgomery's Smoking at the Half Note deserves to be dusted off. By Colin O'Neil In June of 1965, Wes Montgomery and the backing band of...

Forget it Jake, it’s Chinatown!

One stormy afternoon of discovery in Vancouver's Chinatown. By Sara Bohuch Photos by Sara Bohuch I’m sitting by the windows of the Tim Hortons on Pender and...

The Parker falls short of potential

Newly opened vegetarian restaurant succeeds in sustainability but fails in taste. By Alexis Lawton-Smith Photos by Katie Huisman It’s a Saturday night, and Vancouver is at its...