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Saturday, January 25, 2020

What we heard about poetry

Rachel Rose and John Barton celebrate the launch of their new books of poetry.  By Tara Azadmard Photos by Mark Burnham “Something that really draws me in...

Throwback Review: The album that was cast Into the Unknown

Bad Religion’s creative departure that took them off track. By Justin Stevens Devout followers of punk rock — or even Bad Religion fans — would not...

Dylan’s never-ending fistful of folk

Bob Dylan's Tempest is one of his best yet By Patrick Chessel Photos by Xavier Badosa 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of Bob Dylan’s self-titled debut album. This album...

Clybourne Park a relevant racial discussion

 Whites and colours are not washed separately in this companion play to 1959’s A Raisin in the Sun. By Esther Tung Photos by David Cooper “How is...

TO/FROM: 100 years of railways and racism

The Vancouver International Centre for Asian Arts combines art with history By Tara Azadmard Photos by James Crookall On Friday, Sept.14, the Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary...

Deerhoof playfully brushes off Breakup

Breakup Song just wants to keep dancing. By Max Hill Advertising their new album as “noise jingles for parties,” Deerhoof doesn’t disappoint. Indeed, 2012’s Breakup Song is...

The Virtual Self leaves us wondering

Nora Young's latest book may be better left on the shelf. By Monica Miller Nora Young, the lively host of CBC Radio’s The Spark, published her...

When friend becomes a verb

 Urban Conspiracy Cabaret tackles isolation and disconnection. By Monica Miller In an increasingly global city, urban society, and interactive culture, why do we feel more isolated...

Meaty eats sure to bring out the Wildebeest in you

Wildebeest is not for the faint of heart. By Ljudmila Petrovic Located at 120 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C. Wildebeest started with co-owners James Iranzad and Josh...

Welcome back: the arts at SFU

No need to fret: your welcome back arts guide begins here By Daryn Wright Somewhere, amongst the modernist architectural catastrophe that is SFU, there exists an...