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Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Archie Andrews walks with the zombies

Afterlife with Archie is the most grounded storyline featuring America’s favorite redhead to be published in the past few decades. We have seen Archie...

Album Reviews

I See You – The xx The xx is a UK-based band consisting of Romy Madley-Croft, Oliver Sim, and super producer Jamie xx – which...

Mx directly confronts racism, diaspora, and the audience at Vancouver Fringe

By: Ben McGuinness, Peak Associate Winner of the 2019 Fringe New Play Prize, Mx is an intense and intimate play written and featuring Studio 58...

SFU film students present short at DOXA

Many SFU students are strong, caring people who support each other’s success, so I wasn’t surprised to find plenty of folk from the School...

Album Reviews: Elvis Costello and The Roots, Neko Case, and a throwback to Brian...

Elvis Costello and The Roots - Wise Up Ghost It shouldn’t work. Elvis Costello, the angry young man turned cantankerous cynic behind some of the best...

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...

Threads: From the Refugee Crisis: Kate Evans discusses her latest graphic novel

The Peak sat down with UK-based graphic novelist, Kate Evans to discuss the inspiration behind her new book Threads: From the Refugee Crisis. It...

Empathizing with evil in The Drop

Leaving uneasy after seeing The Drop, I looked down and noticed red ink had stained my hands like the bloodguilt the hero (and I)...

The Acorn brings you brunch

The Acorn and Luke’s General Store are collaborating to introduce the most exquisite vegan/vegetarian brunch in Metro Vancouver. The Acorn restaurant on Main Street...

Sardine Can just another fish in the sea

By Ljudmila Petrovic New Spanish tapas joint in Gastown serves up satisfying but unadventurous appetizers The Sardine Can is the newest addition to Gastown’s foodie scene,...