Culture

Star Trek and Ab Fab return with new episodes and Captain Fantastic tries parenting

And there’s more: a new Ice Age, Yo Yo Ma in a documentary, scares with Lights Out and a Canadian award winner, Closet Monster
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A look beyond his books: Dr. Seuss secret artwork displays author's private mind

More than 40 reproductions spanning 50 years of Geisel’s unknown artistry will be unveiled to the Canadian public for the first time on Monday at a gallery in Vancouver.

Performers to come together in support of Keys to the Streets

On Monday July 11, performers will gather at the Woodwards Atrium for Keys to the Streets: Woodwards Summer Jam Session.

A new Tarzan for our times, a friendly giant for the kids and De Palma talking about himself

Also a second-tier John Le Carré, a dialed-down Ibsen play, a slow-starting but strong Italian film and a weird comedown for Daniel Radcliffe

A glorious debut, a little-known racial history and a summer thriller with surfing and a shark

Also a lurid rant about fashion models and a repeat invasion from outer space

All-female orchestra launches to empower women through music

Allegra Chamber Orchestra's inaugural concert will benefit Music Heals music therapy program

Classics re-done in a Disney sequel, a literary history and a home-made copy of a blockbuster

Also Canadian angles on burlesque and dysfunctional families and breaking procedure in a French courtroom

Reviews of Maggie’s Plan, a modern screwball comedy, and two sequels, The Conjuring 2 and Now You See Me 2

With the jazz fest not far off, the VanCity has a doc about the troubled history of the saxophone and 3 more with jazz and blues themes.

Take a break from the summer blockbusters with one of these smaller films new this week

Among them: women’s stories, men’s foibles, fairy tales and a lament for China