Culture

North Korean defector recalls her journey to freedom in new memoir

“I wanted to talk about the kind of humanity and love that was still possible between people in inhumane conditions,” says author Lucia Jang.

Lots of Pizzazz in "Flashdance" at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

"Flashdance - The Musical" offers glitz and action at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre until November 16th.

Films about real people: Stephen Hawking, Edward Snowden and Jon Stewart’s tale of a journalist jailed in Iran

Your alternative is some dumb foolery with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels

Ballet BC's No. 29 opens the 14/15 season with superb dancing

Truly outstanding artistic vision and dancing in the electric A.U.R.A., Choreography / Jacopo Godani,Dancers / Scott Fowler & Connor Gnam, Photo: Michael Slobodian

Musical journeys into secret Vancouver

Uncompromising and intimate, private and house concerts are among the best places in Vancouver to hear exciting new music—if you can get an invite.

Sci Fi for adults, Interstellar, and for kids, Big Hero 6. Also two short ethnic festivals

Matthew McConaughey stars in the week’s biggest new film, Interstellar

National volunteer radio show launches crowd-funded environmental based Green Majority TV

Green Majority TV offers an innovative mix of journalism, education and analysis on environmental topics with a crowd-funded approach.

Canzine West Festival illuminates the Underground Zine Culture

Canzine West Festival presents over 200 zines from comics to graphic novels, small presses and featured artists in an afternoon and evening of activities.

Cronenberg slams Hollywood, Nightcrawler slams TV news, a folk tale from Japan charms all

And Kiera Knightley stalls her growing up in Seattle