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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Colin Weeks talks Origins, inspiration, and the future

Origins is the debut EP from 21-year-old North Shore native Colin Weeks. A two-time college dropout from music programs at Capilano University and Selkirk...

Best albums of 2016

If 2016 were a movie, it would be a blockbuster disaster movie with a perfectly peculiar soundtrack. Artists ignored the boundaries of genre, creating...

Author profiles: Family history

Eufemia Fantetti was already an accomplished playwright when she transitioned to fiction and non-fiction writing. Fantetti grew up in Toronto and, as a teenager,...

Feast your eyes at Dancing on the Edge

SFU alumna Katie DeVries is thrilled about showing her work for the first time at contemporary dance festival Dancing on the Edge. “It’s a...

Separating the art from the artist

I am a fan of the band Teen Suicide, a lo-fi noise-pop band based in Baltimore, Maryland, comprised of two core members, Sam Ray...

Focus takes a stab at corporate culture

Corporate culture’s a drag. Or at least that’s what movies tell me, as I can’t say I have a lot of experience in the...

Nicola Tesla has become a household name

W. Bernard Carlson’s book Tesla: Inventor of the Electrical Age recounts the amazing life of Nikola Tesla. The book is written in a biographical...

Cinephilia: Wim Wenders retrospective features Paris, Texas

With the upcoming release of Everything Will Be Fine, Wim Wenders’ latest film starring Rachel McAdams and James Franco, The Cinematheque is presenting a...

CENTRE STAGE: In review: Leftovers, Seeds, Lapin blanc, lapin rouge, and Company

LEFTOVERS The Cultch and the Push International Performing Arts Festival presented Neworld Theatre’s Leftovers at the York Theatre — a one man show combining politics...

Albums to match every stage of your summer road trip

Summer’s here, and with it comes plenty of reasons to be hitting the road. Music festivals, weddings, cabin getaways, trips back to your hometown...