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Monday, July 6, 2020

Vancouver’s underrated, hidden art gems are well worth visiting

By: Devana Petrovic, Staff Writer   The Granville Loop Tunnel Street Art Gallery Location: Granville Loop Park Artists: Alternating local artists  The Granville Tunnel Street Art Gallery is a...

SFU grad’s business venture is a delightful culmination of chocolate and friendship

By: Sara Wong, Peak Associate Whether your online classes are stressing you out, your family is starting to irritate you, or your lack of seeing...

Monday Music: Asian excellence to enjoy year-round

By: Michelle Young, Staff Writer During isolation, many of us have been on the hunt for new tracks to add to our playlists. So why...

Good Things To Do offers a spark of hope in a time of fear

By: Madeleine Chan, Staff Writer Skeptical was the best word you could have used to describe my feelings prior to attending this performance. The description...

Songs to lay on the grass to

All of the Monday Music for the Summer 2020 semester is now available on The Peak’s Spotify Playlist, Monday Music Summer 2020. Don’t forget...

Star Wars: The Clone Wars finale gives fans the ending they’ve been waiting for

By: Nathaniel Tok, Peak Associate After 12 years, the final story arc of Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TCW) has aired to critical acclaim, allowing...

Brighten up your day with Mala the Brand’s eco-friendly candles

By: Sara Wong, Peak Associate For local artists and artisans, business took a drastic and unexpected turn when COVID-19 hit. In the midst of a...

The National Women’s History Museum provides a futuristic way to view the past

By: Madeleine Chan, Staff Writer I’ll admit it. I'm not really a museum fanatic. Sure, I've been to plenty of them and enjoyed basking in...

Stardew Valley offers calming and accessible sim-gaming for isolation

By: Molly Lorette, Peak Associate With tensions and stress running high in the midst of the current worldwide pandemic, many gamers have turned to low-stress...

Ese Atawo and Courtenay Mayes explore vulnerability through humour

Despite isolation having been a thing for over a month now, the Art and Humour talk of Vancouver Art Gallery’s (VAG) weekly Art Connects...