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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Sunshine and psychedelia: Babe Rainbow at the Fox Cabaret

By: Andrea Renney, Arts Editor Babe Rainbow is from Byron Bay, Australia, and they certainly sound like it. Their brand of psychedelic rock evokes feelings...

Top 5 free outdoor movie nights to attend this summer

By: Marco Ovies, Peak Associate Every summer there are tons of free outdoor movie screenings, so it can be difficult, even overwhelming, to decide which...

Five obscure films you should see

2015 was looking like a horrible year for movies. The first six months saw some tremendous disappointments like Michael Mann’s clichéd Blackhat, the Wachowski’s...

A closer look at surf rock

Written by: Andrea Renney https://open.spotify.com/user/arenney-us/playlist/31GTDKD04s4Y499C27qypN While studying abroad in San Diego in the spring, I embraced all things southern California: freeway traffic, “studying” on the beach,...

Comic Connoisseur: A love note to Sex Criminals

Dear Sex Criminals, I have thought about you very often these last couple months and I have come to one conclusion: I think I am...

Must-see events

By: Alex Bloom rEvolver Theatre Festival (early bird tickets) rEvolver Festival is a yearly event designed to promote the work of up-and-coming performance artists in Vancouver....

NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

By: Sarah Finley, Courtney Miller, Zach Siddiqui, and Jessica Whitesel Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday. https://play.spotify.com/user/thepeaksfu/playlist/7HLk5M3rMcTq0GQNw8asCF “Small Voices” –...

Dance your way out of isolation boredom with Harbour Dance Centre’s fun, virtual classes

By Devana Petrovic, Staff Writer While we are all stuck at home, many artists have moved to online platforms as a means of communicating their...

CENTRE STAGE: In Review: Tu te souviendras de moi, Gallim Dance, Ga Ting (Family),...

Tu te souviendras de moi - Theatre la seizieme March 8–12; Studio 16 Last fall, I saw a play presented by Ruby Slippers Theatre at...

White Reaper proves rock and roll isn’t dead at the Biltmore Cabaret

By: Andrea Renney, Arts Editor Long-haired guys headbanging. Girls in ripped t-shirts and leopard print dresses in the front row. Powerful guitar riffs taking centre...