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Friday, January 24, 2020

Where is our Olympic cultural legacy?

By Esther Tung SFU study finds few lasting benefits for the arts and culture sector two years after the Olympics Before I can approach Duncan Low...

Winnipeg Alphabestiary comes to roost at SFU Gallery

By Ashley McLellan Six years after its creation, this collection of human-animal chimeras has been revived  The Winnipeg Alphabestiary exhibition offers a creature collection that considers...

Sound bites

Vancouver launches Arts and Culture Policy Council As of May 23, the City of Vancouver officially has a new arts committee comprised of both artists...

Album review: Vows — Kimbra

By Kristina Charania Bold vocals and fearless genre exploration load up Vows with punchy, ambitious charm Kimbra Johnson is a rare jack-of-all-genres, and nearly their master,...

SFU creative writing director shortlisted for national award

By Natalie Stanczyk Photo by SFUPAMR For Wayde Compton, heaven would be a kind of library, much like how Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges envisioned it....

Cole Porter’s High Society

By Kaylin Metchie Photo by David Cooper High Society is an exhilarating performance from start to finish. The acting is crisp, the singing flawless, the live...

The Only Place by Best Coast

By Colin O' Neil Photo by TheArches/Flickr After two albums, Best Coast still has the tag of fun- and sun-loving garage dance music, and The Only...

Youth in the Lime Light

By Kaylin Metchie By Luc Dumas I’ve walked into the loudest rehearsal I have ever been a part of. The conversations and laughter of over 20...

The Avengers

By Paul Hurst Larger-than-life superhero action flick remains true to its comic roots The Avengers is a 20-course meal at a five star restaurant of action...

Mean Sun by Brasstronaut

By Colin O'Neil Brasstronaut’s crowdsource-enabled sophomore offering presents a lush audioscape Vancouver band Brasstronaut released their second full-length album Mean Sun last Tuesday, giving fans another...