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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

CINEPHILIA: Life, Animated exposes the limitations of a Disney ending

Life, Animated, based on the book of the same name, is about Owen, a young boy with regressive autism, who learns to communicate through...

Holiday guide to Metro Vancouver

Enchant Christmas Light Maze and Market Promising to be the world’s largest light maze, with hundreds of thousands of LED lights, illuminated sculptures, and a...

Chad Brownlee ends his When the Lights Go Down Tour in Vancouver

I’ve never seen so many cowboy boots stomping in unison on the Commodore’s ballroom floor. Ending his Canadian tour at home, Chad Brownlee was...

Monsters and slashers vote Tory

By Kyle Leitch Illustration By Eleanor Qu REGINA (CUP) — While paying due attention in film class last week, a ...

Burning loins: the anti-rom-com

This year, the Vancouver International Film Festival this year was host to 340 movies from over 75 different countries, but one of the most...

Album Review: Sharon Van Etten

Musicians love to write about heartbreak, but Sharon Van Etten doesn’t just write about it; her music and her voice will make you feel...

Taylor Swift – 1989

I’ll start by saying what a thousand think-pieces and reviews have spent bloated word counts tiptoeing around: Taylor Swift’s new album, 1989, is good....

Sleater-Kinney: the best band you’ve never heard

Never mind the Sex Pistols; forget the Ramones. When it comes to punk rock, there never was a better band than Sleater-Kinney1. Two guitars and...

A rip-roaring Love’s Labour’s Lost at Bard on the Beach

This was the most fun I’ve had at Bard on the Beach in a long time. Even before the show got started, the cabaret...

CENTRE STAGE: Sheridan’s classic The Rivals is full of wit

First performed in 1775, this British comedy of manners by Richard Brinsley Sheridan is surprisingly relevant in its latest rendition set in the Edwardian...