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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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...

Fresh and varied performances at The Interplay Project 2015

It was a warm October night at the Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre (MACC). In the spotlight, the performer poured herself a glass of...

Unknown Mortal Orchestra brings the psychedelia

Last Saturday, I attended a sold out show at the Rickshaw Theatre headlined by Unknown Mortal Orchestra (UMO). The group is a rock band...

CINEPHILIA: An off-the-leash look at man’s best friend

The Secret Life of Pets is easily distracted and prone to tangents, like a dog that suddenly chases after a ball. Directed by Yarrow...

The beauty of math through the eyes of SFU’s Peter Dickinson

You may not think to look at the circumstances that bring people together as a mathematical equation, but Peter Dickinson, SFU professor in the...

Verses Festival presents diverse poets from across North America

Over the course of 34 shows and workshops, the fifth annual Verses Festival brings together adults and youth from across Canada and the US...

Helping people say No

The fictionalization of Chilean political campaign becomes meta self-commentary By Will Ross Photos courtesy of Sony Pictures At first glance, it’s easy to ...

Coffee, Tragedy, History: Musette

  It started like all good things do: from something vague I heard in passing. I heard from my friend that my other friend’s dad...

Improv superheroes save the day at Theatresports

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Theatresports’ Superhero Show! Each night, the improv masters of Theatresports entertain audiences at The Improv Centre with...

Cinephilia: When Marnie Was There is a poignant film about loss

If you’ve ever lost a loved one, you’ve experienced the emptiness, depression, and longing to retain every memory. How are you going to live...