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Stuart MacLean and The Vinyl Cafe
"There are moments during a performance when I leave the ground and I become wrapped up in the moment, but the same thing happens in my writing some times. I think maybe that's the most fun: those mom
Nov 20th, 2010
The Hobbit comes to Capilano University
“I know I made the right decision but it's because I got involved in my own life”. That's the journey of this play. Stuart Aikins
Nov 16th, 2010
The Art Market website launches "for all Canadians"
A combination of Plenty of Fish and Craigslist for collectors and artists alike, the Art Market could become the meet and greet of Canada's visual art world.
Nov 14th, 2010
Despite rain and cuts to the arts, East Van keeps Lost Souls Parade alive
The Lost Souls is a vital component of East Vancouver's cultural vitality. After the BC arts funding massacre, there was uncertainty as to whether this event could survive. Despite the...
Nov 6th, 2010
In Love With the Mystery
Nov 3rd, 2010
Mark Boulos at the Belkin
Edginess and restless agitation combine with contemplative stillness in Boulos videos and photos of our world in conflict.
Oct 26th, 2010
At long last, GREASE arrives in Vancouver
"The choreographer (Joyce Chittick) and I conceived the opening of the show. I won't actually spoil it by telling you what we did, but it's a very cool," says director David O'Brien.
Oct 19th, 2010
Christopher Gaze has a perfect smile
Christopher Gaze was open, warm and down to earth, as well as being charming and attractive. He was also exceptionally photogenic.
Oct 15th, 2010
Reel Youth Films at VIFF: protest, poetry and sneakers
The diverse voices of young people require as many mediums as possible. On October 13th and 14th, you have the opportunity to have a glimpse into the lives of today's young citizens. These films...
Oct 11th, 2010
Aboriginal leaders of BC want to freshen-up local mainstream music
Aboriginal leaders from British Columbia have come together in support of a new cause that will put the First Nations and Métis people back into the media forefront. You can help them by voting before
Oct 5th, 2010