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Saturday, April 4, 2020

SFU Gallery and Burnaby Art Gallery team up for Alex Morrison exhibition

In his 1968 essay, “A Sedimentation of the Mind: Earth Projects,” Robert Smithson writes about a “climate” of sight. He talks about the “mental...

SFU filmmakers shine in VIFF shorts

This year, Canadian short filmmakers threw caution to the wind. I’ve had the pleasure of seeing all the short films selected by the Vancouver...

New bubble tea and waffle cafe opens in New Westminister

Bobacabana, located right in the heart of New Westminster Skytrain Station, is your new favourite local bubble tea and waffle cafe. You’re welcome. This...

Stan Douglas at SFU Woodward’s

Anyone who has passed by the atrium at Woodward’s is familiar with Stan Douglas, as his work Abbott & Cordova, 7 August 1971 forms...

Studio 58 reimagines Romeo & Juliet

The classic Shakespearean play Romeo & Juliet is widely known for the tragic plight of its titular star-crossed lovers. The decade of the 1960s,...

My Internship in Canada is a rare blend of art and politics

We don’t do art and politics. Here in Canada, there’s an unspoken understanding that our politics aren’t interesting, entertaining, or worth our attention. Look...

Combating fall and winter woes with soup

Cold and flu season is fast approaching, along with a whole host of other things that we would rather not think about mid-terms...

Ryan Adams puts his own spin on 1989

Ryan Adams, in all his alternative rock glory, covered the entirety of Taylor Swift’s pop album 1989 and everybody freaked out — including Taylor...

Comic Connoisseur: The Rat Queens lose their magic in second story arc

Since their debut in 2013, The Rat Queens have enjoyed a cozy status as one of the more popular mainstream fantasies on comic newsstands....

Cinephilia: Moving from cynicism to optimism in The Walk

For the final 40 minutes of Robert Zemeckis’ The Walk, a playful caper adapted from the true story of Philippe Petit, a high-wire artist...