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Storytelling Festival, Drag Queens at the Art Gallery, and Bollywood under the stars
Here's my Masala Mix top three events not to miss this weekend: 1. FUSE [Performance | Music | Art] Fri, June 11 6pm-Midnight @ Vancouver Art Gallery FREE for members, $20 online This...
Jun 11th, 2010
Young and talented Nick Lepard
He has much to say about the photographs I took of him. It's interesting to hear how he analyzes his own face, as if he is thinking of how he could paint it.
Jun 4th, 2010
Summer kick-off festivities on this month: music, comedy, and art waste
Ajay's IT List! It's the first weekend in June, time to enjoy summer and all the festivities around Vancity: TOP PICK June 2 - 5 MUSIC WASTE$15 for an all-inclusive pass (or $5 per show)...
Jun 3rd, 2010
Curiouser and curiouser: Alice in Wonderland through the iPad
Lewis Carroll's classic Alice in Wonderland has never been out of print in the 145 years since first publication. It has made the leap from print to the big screen, then the small screen, then the eve
May 21st, 2010
Vancouver Philharmonic Orchestra presents "Dueling Strings"
The Vancouver Philharmonic Orchestra presents their Spring concert, "Dueling Strings," on Saturday, May 29 2010 at 8:00pm. This Concert will be held at Shaughnessy United Church on 1550 West 33rd...
May 17th, 2010
Beautiful, sexy, creative burlesque all weekend at the fifth annual Vancouver International Burlesque Festival at Rickshaw Theatre
Beautiful, sexy, creative and amazing, burlesque hit the stage all weekend at the 5th annual Vancouver Int’l Burlesque Festival at the newly renovated Rickshaw Theatre. This year the VIBF features...
May 8th, 2010
Fierce Fred Herzog
Life is short, but art is long.
May 8th, 2010
Four exceptional artists collaborated to create a new mural for the Downtown Eastside
On April 28, 2010, at a press conference in which Reverend Ric Matthews announced plans to build a $31 million home for the homeless on the First United Church site at Gore and Hastings Street in...
May 2nd, 2010
Heritage Vancouver brings city to life with art, music, film and architecture at Long Table Social series event
On Saturday, I spent a memorable evening at Heritage Vancouver's first event for their Long Table Social series entitled: Heritage and the Arts: Inaugural Long Table Social. Heritage and the Arts is
Apr 29th, 2010
Artist Richard Jackson to give lecture tonight in Emily Carr Rennie Collection Speakers Series
Richard Jackson will be speaking tonight as part of the Rennie Collection Speakers Series at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. I saw Jackson at work today in the Wing Sang Museum where I was in
Linda Solomon Wood
Apr 22nd, 2010