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Friday, July 10, 2020

The Vancouver Mural Festival continues to paint over its gentrification

By: Madeleine Chan, Staff Writer If you’ve taken a stroll in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant area, you may have noticed a concentration of colourful shapes, people,...

Monday Music: Intro to Indian Indie

All of the Monday Music for the Summer 2020 semester is now be available on The Peak’s Spotify Playlist, Monday Music Summer 2020. Don’t forget to...

Seven Black panelists break down Canada’s systemic anti-Black racism

By: Meera Eragoda, Arts & Culture Editor In response to the recent calls for anti-racism, Feminists Deliver, a BC grassroots organization, decided to host the...

Militant Mothers of Raymur mosaic commemorates the collective action of a once-working class neighbourhood

By: Meera Eragoda, Arts & Culture Editor Since the start of COVID-19 restrictions, I’ve been taking walks around Strathcona, and though the restrictions have eased...

MUJI’s virtual bullet journal workshop demonstrates that journalling doesn’t need to be perfect

By: Michelle Young, Staff Writer Amongst all the COVID-19 isolation, various companies have shifted their in-person services to make them accessible to customers from home....

Five queer-antine films for a virtual Pride Month

By: Juztin Bello, Copy Editor At the unfortunate news of Pride celebrations being cancelled across the world at the hands of COVID-19 (AKA Miss Rona),...

Monday Music: Sappy songs for the sapphic soul

By: Molly Lorette, Peak Associate All of the Monday Music for the Summer 2020 semester is now be available on The Peak’s Spotify Playlist, Monday Music Summer...

The People’s Co-op Bookstore is a Commercial Drive gem that needs to be protected

By: Meera Eragoda, Arts & Culture Editor Let me start by declaring that I love independent bookstores. They have always felt more personal than going...

The Half of It showcases marginalized perspectives and conveys the tragedy and joy of...

By: Kate Olivares, Peak Associate Time and time again, we are shown that coming-of-age movies have so much more to offer beyond love triangles between...

Vancouver’s underrated, hidden art gems are well worth visiting

By: Devana Petrovic, Staff Writer   The Granville Loop Tunnel Street Art Gallery Location: Granville Loop Park Artists: Alternating local artists  The Granville Tunnel Street Art Gallery is a...