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Monday, February 17, 2020

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...

American Honey is everything but sweet

American Honey, directed by Andrea Arnold, shines like the backlit summer-scape of your mind. Its visceral and concrete insight into the underbelly of the...

SFU author David Stouck wins big

Comedian, writer, and former Peak editor Charlie Demers emceed the 30th annual BC Book Prizes Gala Saturday, May 3. The ceremony, held at the...

Snowden shows the human side of Edward Snowden

Snowden is a well-crafted and eye-opening narrative of issues of global surveillance and government accountability in the wake of 9/11. It recreates the overpowering...

PuSh International Performing Arts Festival 2017: Preview

The 13th year of this diverse festival of performing arts from near and far is once again presenting a variety of innovative dance, theatre,...

Kick up your heels at Red Rock Diner

One of the first DJs to play Elvis, Buddy Holly, and other rock n’ roll acts regularly in Canada, Red Robinson is a Vancouver...

Heathers hits the spot, In a Blue Moon comes close

Based on the 1988 cult film Heathers, starring Winona Ryder, Christian Slater, and Shannen Doherty, this dark comedy musical about high school life is...

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...

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...