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Monday, August 3, 2020

SFU buys out Videomatica’s documentaries

By Ali Omelaniec Photo by Geoff Lister (The Ubyssey) In preparation for a new cinema studies major, SFU expands its film collection, keeping Videomatica’s stock out...

Movie review: Red Tails

By Will Ross It’s important that films start to have casts that feature visible minorities, but Red Tails is just counterproductive to the cause Red Tails has...

Club PuSh: at the heart of art

By Sonya Reznitsky Photo courtesy of PuSh Festival Tim Carlson, co-curator of PuSh Festival’s creatively promiscuous little sister, speaks on its successes A gala at the Waldorf...

Ghost town: SFU’s absent arts community

By Daryn Wright Photo by Jenny Waters What can we blame this time for the student–campus disconnect? I’m not the first to observe the state of SFU’s...

Peak Pick: PuSh Festival

By Kaylin Metchie Photo courtesy of PuSh Festival PuSh is cutting edge and avant garde, featuring acts that push the frontiers of performance art The PuSh Festival...

Restaurant opening: The Union

By Ljudmila Petrovic New addition to the up-and-coming Strathcona neighbourhood lives up to its trendy expectations 219 Union St. The Union, a newly-opened Southeast Asian cuisine restaurant...

Movie review: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

By Jenny Kim The American remake holds its own, armed with strong actors and suspense at every turn Based on the novel of the same name...

Movie review: Carnage

By Adam Cristobal Simplicity and minimalism allows viewers to focus on the interactions between characters instead Roman Polanski’s Carnage is based off of Yasmina Reza’s French...

The Black Keys – El Camino

  By Kristina Charania The Black Keys’ seventh coming makes bluesy garage-rock even classier Here’s a funny tidbit: the car on the front cover of El Camino...

Here’s the best thing about winter

By Carnell Turton The Peak presents a guide to local winter brews made and sold right here in B.C. Winter sucks. It brings rain, and a...