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Saturday, January 25, 2020

Alumnus Baba Brinkman goes wild

The Rap Guide to Wilderness is the latest album by SFU alumnus and hip-hop artist Baba Brinkman. Now residing in New York City, the...

French Canadian theatre for Anglophones

Diane Brown, artistic director of Ruby Slippers Theatre, has been producing French Canadian plays in English translation for Vancouver audiences for over 25 years....

Life’s a Breeze is a story of family loyalty

Life’s a Breeze is a quirky glimpse into the lives of a family struggling through hard times in Ireland, where long lineups at the...

Keep on Trockin’: men in pointe shoes are coming to Vancouver

What would have once only been considered fodder for variety shows or slapstick comedy, men dancing en pointe has become big business for Les...

Five cures for winter boredom

1. Discover Thug Notes If you’re ever in need of a quick summary and analysis of a classic piece of literature, Thug Notes has your...

We Are The City succeed in both filmmaking and music

“It feels like happiness. It feels like remembering faces and words. It feels like water. It feels like electricity. It sounds like a humming...

PuSh Festival fights winter blues

Over the past decade, the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival has become an acknowledged and respected event, both locally and internationally.  For their 11th year,...

The best records of 2014

Angel Olsen – Burn Your Fire for No Witness (Jagjaguwar) Expanding on the sound of her folksy debut, Angel Olsen’s newest is as exhaustive...

The best films of 2014

10. Men, Women & Children Masterfully written and directed by Jason Reitman, the genius behind Juno, this film perfectly encapsulates our era by examining the...

Samuel Beckett at his best

Written in 1956, All That Fall by Irish playwright Samuel Beckett has never been professionally produced in Canada, until now. First broadcast on BBC...