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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

“Perform for Pride” provides powerful performances for a purpose

By: Kyla Dowling, Staff Writer Want to donate to an LGBTQ+ organization while also receiving access to a wonderful benefit celebrating youth performers? Look no...

Monday Music: Jumping straight into the (magical) books

By: Kelly Chia, Peak Associate Inspired by Dungeons and Dragons and the years I’ve spent reading young adult fantasy books, I’ve always been enticed by...

Need to Know, Need to Go: January 25 to 31

By: Sara Wong, Arts & Culture Editor See Sounds Listening Party: S F Ho | January 28 at 8 p.m. | Zoom | Free with...

Non-alcoholic, made-in-BC drinks for Dry January and beyond

By: Emma Jean, Staff Writer One in three Canadians are abstaining from drinking over the month due to the advent of Dry January, but many...

Eight Galleries To Check Out In Metro Vancouver

By Alex Masse, Staff Writer Weather-wise, Vancouver can be extremely dull during the winter. Thankfully, our local art scene is the complete opposite. Although  COVID-19...

The best of Vancouver’s dispensaries

By: Dev Petrovic, Staff Writer If you’ve been blazing to keep sane during these isolating times, or even if you just enjoy a calming CBD...

Kick off your Vancouver Short Film Festival marathon with “An Evening of Cocktails and...

By: Charlene Aviles, Peak Associate Despite a global pandemic, Vancouver's film industry is resilient. This is, at least partially, due to is partly due to...

Luminesque hosts an online fundraising event that empowers people in more ways than one

By Kelly Chia, Peak Associate I’ve written about Luminesque before: the Vancouver-based company was my first introduction into the glamorous world of heels dance. Pre-COVID,...

Ratatouille the Musical is a TikTok phenomenon that is here to stay

By Kyla Dowling, Staff Writer It started with a TikTok. Creator Emily Jacobsen was fooling around and created a viral hit of herself singing a ditty...

Need to Know, Need to Go: January 18 to 24

By: Sara Wong, Arts & Culture Editor Artist in Residence: Dory Xu | Our Town Cafe | 8 a.m.–8 p.m. everyday until mid-Feb.  | Free Located...