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Thursday, April 9, 2020

Bending the rules of music

How many men does it take to deliver a full electro-rock show with guitar, vocals, and electronic effects? For Canzino (Jesus/Zeus Cancino), the answer...

Off to see the wizard

 Are you good or evil? What does that even mean? Wicked explores the idea that none of us are really good nor evil, but...

Bhangra love takes over Vancouver

  Vancouver, get ready to dance your heart out. The 10th annual Vancouver International Bhangra Celebration is a lively festival that will showcase music and...

Ts’msyen Transforming shapes the past into high art

  Morgan Green shows me a fierce tattoo of an eagle with its wings spread along the length of her right arm. It’s crafted in...

Totem explores the infinite potential of human existence

Chronicling the evolution of the human species from amphibians, to apes, to the present, Totem is a new Cirque du Soleil production that fuses...

Young and Serious

“No one’s serious at seventeen.” This line from Rimbaud’s 1870 poem “Novel,” which features in François Ozon’s Young & Beautiful, proves a passé perspective...

Coffee, Tragedy, History: Blaq Sheep Coffee

You may be scratching your head as you read the title of this new column: Coffee, Tragedy, History? This, dear reader, is (I hope)...

Atwood’s Pauline honours First Nations writer

Pauline Johnson was a writer who has often been left out of the canon, but as a performer and vocal First Nations woman, she...

Haida artist combines First Nations and Japanese manga forms

If an author gave you permission to rip out the pages of his book, would you dare? Very few authors write books intending audiences...

SFU author David Stouck wins big

Comedian, writer, and former Peak editor Charlie Demers emceed the 30th annual BC Book Prizes Gala Saturday, May 3. The ceremony, held at the...