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Monday, May 25, 2020

TEDxVancouver has its biggest year yet

This year’s TEDxVancouver conference, with its theme of Tilt, aimed to tilt perspectives on all kinds of ideas. Even the exotic afternoon snacks of...

Book vs Book: Lost at Sea and Seconds

By: Natasha Tar, Peak Associate   Lost at Sea (2003) With its heavy doses of cats and angst, Lost at Sea was one of my favourite graphic...

Inheriting movement

Adapted from their previous version of this work, the 605 Collective have re-mounted Inheritor Album with some new cast members, allowing the work itself...

The Hunger Room is a play full of surprises

By: Tessa Perkins Two male high school teachers share a whiskey and discuss the challenges of working with young girls who sometimes look older than...

The Goblin Market: a stellar acrobatic performance

By Aaron Richardson During the walk to your seat at the recent production of The Goblin Market you were accompanied by a half-naked man in...

Kanye’s albums, ranked from worst to first

Okay, full disclosure: this was supposed to be a review of Kanye’s new album, The Life of Pablo. The album was set to drop...

Amanda Bath shares her Disaster in Paradise

Amanda Bath’s 2015 book Disaster in Paradise recounts the devastating 2012 landslides of Johnson’s Landing, BC. Written in a biographical, creative non-fiction style, the...

Album Reviews

By: Solomon Etuk, Alexander Kenny, and Winona Young Outsider by Three Days Grace With the release of Outsider, Three Days Grace mark the sixth instalment in...

The surprising story of SFU’s blue pyramid

When a person turns 100, they become a centenarian. But what is it called when they reach the halfway point? This question led me...

CENTRE STAGE: Inspiring dance, a bold musical, and two upcoming shows

Program 2 - Ballet BC March 17–19; Queen Elizabeth Theatre Mehdi Walerski’s range and versatility as a choreographer was on display for this evening featuring one...