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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Sisters & Brothers captures the sibling dynamic

By Ljudmila Petrovic TIFF 2011 favourite premieres theatrically in Vancouver, Victoria, and Toronto cinemas When my little sister was eight years old, she told me that...

Movie review: The Hunger Games

By Denise Wong Yet another addition to the list of big budget disappointments rolling out this year  As one of the most anticipated movie releases of...

Theatre review: The Importance of Being Earnest

By Larissa Albuquerque Wilde wit comes alive with a contemporary twist on the dialogue that makes it more accessible to the average sense of humour Energy...

Fashions of the world wars’ intermission

By Daryn Wright ‘Golden age thinking’: the belief that a time before our own was better, more progressive, and in this case — more chic Serving...

Woodward’s vibrant arts community

By Josie Wichrowski Social cohesion continues to thrive among the fine arts departments despite geographical separation from the main campus At the beginning of the semester,...

Album review: Tiger Talk

  By Benedict Reiners Yukon Blonde’s acclaimed sound has jetpacked them across the border, and they’ve stopped only to fuel up on new tracks Tiger Talk won’t...

Album review: Said the Whale – Little Mountain

By Benedict Reiners Said the Whale branches out from their original sound while remaining true to the Vancouver zeitgeist Following in the footsteps of Dan Mangan,...

Peak pick: tacos

By Kelly Thoreson There’s more to life than Taco Bell — follow this Peak guide and your stomach to greener pastures You live on the Wet...

Iranian cinema finding success under tyranny

By Gustavo Destro Strict censorship laws have not quashed the fighting spirit of Iranian cinema and filmmakers Iran has been making headlines every day for the...

Movie review: John Carter

By Katie Mulligan Even after five years and $250 million of development, the story of John Carter falls short of expectations John Carter may be rated...