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Staff Favourite Albums

Good Grief by Lucius: One of my biggest regrets of 2016 is that I didn't see Lucius when they were in Vancouver. Twinsies power...

Hitman forgoes traditional one-and-done release

Hitman, also referred to as Hitman 2016, is a stealth action game released by IO Interactive earlier this year. It’s the sixth entry in...

2016’s best comedy specials

Let’s be honest, 2016 was anything but funny. The world is a giant mess and it’s not magically going to get better in the...

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...

Irish Heather Gastropub breaks down stereotypes

Whoever says that the cuisine of Ireland and Britain is boring must have some other deep-seated issues they need to work through. Irish Heather...

Watch Dogs 2 is a much improved sequel

Watch Dogs 2 is the sequel to the 2014 open world hacking game by Ubisoft Montreal. It is larger and more developed than the...

Out On Screen presents diverse cinema at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival

With the mandate of “illuminating queer lives through film,” Out on Screen’s Vancouver Queer Film Festival plans to celebrate its 27th year of building...

Despite the bumps, EXO put on an excellent show

EXO is a Korean/Chinese boy band who began stealing teenaged girls’ hearts four years ago, in 2012. The group consists of nine members: Xiumin,...

Burlesque in the spotlight during festival season

The Vancouver International Burlesque Festival (VIBF) hit Hot Art Wet City and the Vancouver Playhouse earlier this month. For those who don’t know, the...

ALBUM REVIEWS

By: Max James Hill and Courtney Miller Skeleton Tree by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Even for a Nick Cave album, Skeleton Tree is dark....