Lady Bird charms, Justice League assembles and local boy makes good again in Wonder

And much more: race issues in Mudbound, the Holocaust analyzed in Paradise, samurai bloodletting in Blade of the Immortal and suffragettes agitating against The Divine Order
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Remember the #KMFace photos that mocked Kinder Morgan claim that facial expressions were a form of "assault"?

“You can see the expressions on faces. Picture 10 is important for that,” said corporate lawyer William Kaplan referring to photo exhibits.

David Suzuki wrote a moving letter about his grandson when he was arrested at Kinder Morgan protest on Burnaby Mountain

"He is a role model for young people today," Suzuki wrote of his grandson, who was arrested in 2014 protesting Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion.

Move over Van Gogh: A New York City artist has re-emerged in Vancouver

Original, illuminating, Bhaskar Krag's 6x6 foot abstract paintings will rock your world. Krag's studio, along with many others, will be open this soon, part of Eastside Culture Crawl.

Top 8 Vancouver Day Trips: British Columbia's beautiful hot springs

British Columbia's beautiful hot springs offer vacationers a relaxing way of being in nature or just kicking back. Get your soak on.

Great places to hike in British Columbia

These awesome BC hikes are some of the world's most beautiful.

Success in the oil sands

A glimpse into the life of a certified electrician, one of three women among 500 employees on site in the oil sands. From our archives.

Orfeo: to Hell and back with EMV

Dark Horse and MusicWorks bring Monteverdi proto-opera to Chan Centre

Thor lightens up; Wonderstruck offers a time-spanning fantasy; Una is timely about sex abuse

Also harsh payback in The Killing of a Sacred Deer, nuns in training in Novitiate and more wild antics in A Bad Moms Christmas

Noh biz like show biz

"600-year-old avant garde" -- opera fusion with trad Japanese drama

Shakti Bhakti @ Diwali in BC

"Festival of Light" theatre series celebrate Eternal Feminine