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Coming back to Downton Abbey, Brad Pitt on a space trip in...
Kabul love-bomb; an improvised explosive
Your numerology cycles September 16–30
Fringe 2019: Brainy, zany ... & rainy
Angry history in Official Secrets, dubious flash in...
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Stephen King’s evil clown is back, A Colony leads three...
VIFF announces the opener, closer and a very promising...
Your numerology cycles September 1–15
... from the Jaws of Victory
“11” Questions for Ghosts of Wars Past
Mark Haney’s “11” for brass ensemble uncovers the courage and inter-generational wounds of the Renfrew Heights Veterans Housing Project.
Oct 28th, 2014
Music Heals gala plays a Chin Injetian Rhapsody
Music Heal's inaugural Strike a Chord gala will celebrate the career of Vancouver-based Juno/Grammy award-winning musician/producer Chin Injeti.
Oct 16th, 2014
Sold-out crowd tessellates to Alt-J at the Orpheum
Apart from the simplicity of their name Alt-J (also known as ∆), the UK quartet are anything but simple. Their music intricately weaves multiple musical genres together with elements of indie...
May 21st, 2014
Die Antwoord in Vancouver: photos
Die Antwoord proudly showed their colours at their PNE performance in Vancouver. Both Yolandi and Ninja for the South African rap group came on-stage decked in their usual prison-garb orange...
Oct 4th, 2014
Vancouver Opera's Carmen aims, fires, misses...then hits a bull’s eye
The Vancouver Opera roared to life Saturday night with enough treachery and dashed hopes to put Wall Street to shame. VOA’s Carmen tells the cautionary tale of love, jealousy, and excessive smoking.
Sep 28th, 2014
Sam Smith makes his Vancouver debut
Just shy of 22 with a soulful voice of man way beyond his years, Sam Smith has taken the world by storm over these past two years. You would never know from his baby face that his voice is...
Sep 29th, 2014
Fanfare for a sustainable future – the arts weigh in
With real-estate development turning entire neighbourhoods into construction sites, a recent concert at VanDusen Gardens’ award-winning Visitor Centre sang the praises of sustainability.
Sep 23rd, 2014
La Roux’s new hairstyle rouses speculation at the Commodore
A gravity-defiant wave of hair washed over her head, coloured in such a way as to spark existential doubt: La Roux ou La Fraise-Blond?
Sep 19th, 2014
Passenger plays to a silent crowd at Malkin Bowl
Article and photography by Craig Fleisch
Sep 8th, 2014
Barenaked Ladies light up the Malkin Bowl
Canadian icons Barenaked Ladies took the stage at Malkin Bowl in Stanley Park this past weekend. Best known for their hits If I had A Million Dollars, Pinch Me, Brian Wilson and of course One Week....
Sep 8th, 2014