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Saturday, April 4, 2020

Théâtre la Seizième cleans up at Jessie Awards

The theatre is all about humanity, and the thank you speeches at this year’s Jessie Awards reflected that. The tone was grateful, reflective, and...

Touring North Vancouver’s booming brewery scene

Plenty of sun, good friends, and a guided tour to four of North Vancouver’s craft breweries can only make for a very enjoyable Sunday...

Steampunk silliness at Bard on the Beach

Steampunk is one of those things that is quite difficult to describe, but very easy to recognize. Essentially, it’s a sub-genre of science fiction...

Bard on the Beach brings Shakespeare to life

One of the goals of festivals such as Bard on the Beach is the promotion of the works of William Shakespeare. This is promotion...

The Young Romantics are well represented in SFU’s art collection

On a massive canvas, tar, enamel, varathane, oil, and corduroy create images of bodies which frame a circular opening. Adorned with flowers, the opening...

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...

Awolnation hit the ground running

Fresh off the release of their second album Run on March 17, Awolnation is beginning its Run 2015 Tour, hitting locations all across the...

Love Letters is a raw and diverse love story

Staircase Theatre is presenting AR Gurney’s play, Love Letters, this February as a Valentine’s Day special. According to the playwright, it is “designed to be...

Past and present collide in Musqueam First Nation exhibits

A joint project between the Museum of Vancouver, the Musqueam First Nation, and the Museum of Anthropology, c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city is...

An intimate portrayal of Roger Ebert in Life Itself

Never before has a film so thoroughly captured the essence of life itself. Based on Roger Ebert’s memoir of the same name, this biographical...