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Martha Carter delves into scoliosis in her multi-media performance Twisted:Solo
Martha Carter dances with passion despite -- or because of -- her battle with a curved spine.
Nov 14th, 2011
Passive negligence of the arts no longer an option, says Vision Vancouver
2011 Vancouver Municipal election: Party has renewed its promise to create new artists' spaces and ease bylaw and zoning rules. But with costs rising, will it make a difference for artists?
David P. Ball
Nov 11th, 2011
Louise Lecavalier/Fou Glorieux takes Vancouver by Storm
Louise Lecavalier in A Few Minutes of Lock.
Nov 5th, 2011
Top Vancouver events for Nov 3 - 6
This week, South Hilll Inside Stories, An Evening with David Suzuki, and a dialogue on Building the Network are our top picks. These events deal with community and the impact we have on our...
Nov 2nd, 2011
Alberta Ballet's Love Lies Bleeding shines the spotlight on Elton John's rock n' roll life
Over the top costumes, Las Vegas-style production values, excellent dancing, showcase The Alberta Ballet's Love Lies Bleeding
Oct 7th, 2011
Top Vancouver events for Sept 15 - 18
This post took a while to do, and I think that's a good indication that there's a lot going on in Vancouver this weekend. So I'll keep this short. My only news is that we're losing yet another Bee...
Sep 15th, 2011
Top events around town this Labour Day weekend
We don't know how this happened, but September is practically here. These upcoming events look good, however, so all is not lost. Maybe we're just sad because Honey Bee Steve is going to be...
Aug 30th, 2011
Take part in the celebration of the arts this weekend
This weekend will be a celebration of the arts, with tons of cool artists showcasing their work along with some interesting design conferences and a lecture series.
Aug 16th, 2011
Vancouver outdoor events to brighten up your weekend
There is something incredibly satisyfing about listening to music and holding picnics outdoors. Luckily for us, there is a ton of outdoor music festivals going on this weekend, ranging from DJs to...
Aug 10th, 2011
Dances for a Small Stage takes on Pickton trial and Vancouver riots
"We’re living in a complacent time where we don’t take action as Canadians," artistic producer, Julie-Anne Saroyan, said.
Aug 8th, 2011