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Friday, September 20, 2019

Album reviews: The Perms, Fantasy Prom, and Sprïng

The Perms - Aberdeen EP By Tessa Perkins Having been a fan of The Perms since 2010’s inventive pop-rock album, Keeps You Up When You’re Down,...

Perogies, sauerkraut, and borscht, oh my!

Confession time: I have no idea how to spell perogy. Pierogi? Pirogi? Whatever the spelling, smother it in fried onions and sour cream and...

SFU student cookbook is a raw vegan knockout

SFU student Emily Von Euw, creator of the popular weblog, This Rawsome Vegan Life, has created a vegan dessert cookbook for the ages. Rawsome...

Cult sensation Geekenders present The Wizard of Bras

This past week the Geekenders theatre troupe took to the Rio stage with their first nerdlesque production since the wildly popular Star Wars: A...

The paintbrush is mightier than the sword

On Feb. 13, Changemakers Vancouver collaborated with Late Nite Art to create a night of empowerment through art, discussion, and good food. Hosted at...

Into the wild

Music from the New Wilderness, performed at The Cultch from February 11 to 15, was presented by Western Front New Music, winner of the...

Salt and Paper: Blackberry turnovers with an almond glaze

There are a few simple pleasures in life I will never take for granted: rays of morning sunshine, a hot mug of coffee, berry-stained...

Perfect Symmetry

With two world premieres, Grace Symmetry, Ballet BC’s audience favourite, will showcase the works of three diverse choreographers. Vancouver’s Wen Wei Wang is remounting his...

You’ve got chutzpah

Body/Traffic is a LA-based dance company with a unique philosophy and supportive work environment. As co-director Tina Finkelman Berkett explains, “We’re 10 individuals who...

Manhattan and Monopoly: the American press, as told by Muntadas and Bananas

Why are people leaving the Vancouver Art Gallery pondering the same things as those who recently watched Woody Allen’s 1971 film, Bananas? Probably because...