Music

Sneak Peek: In the winner's circle at the Junos

A brief look at the Juno winners from Saturday's gala dinner and awards.

Juno exclusive: Carly Rae Jepsen talks about big dreams and small pleasures

In the blowing, snowing streets of St. Johns, we ventured to Velma's Restaurant and Lounge where the locals told us we could find traditional Newfoundland food.  We had the good fortune to meet...

Who's opening the Junos? That's Classified...

In the midst of all the Juno hustle and bustle, thrice-nominated Classified was kind enough to give us a few minutes.  Nominated for rap recording, video and single of the year, this east-coast...

Junos set revealed: iceberg meets disco ball

A sneak peak at Peter Faragher's iceberg-themed Junos set.

Kickoff to Junos: Kei and Amalia's video takes you to Ruckus on the Edge

Today, I am reminded that things never really work out the way you thought they would. I arrived here in St. John’s Monday afternoon--a nice sunny day. The next day, rain. The following day, more...

ION Magazine and Pink Mafia launch St. John’s Hip Guide for the JUNO awards week

Vancouver’s ION Magazine has teamed up with Toronto’s Pink Mafia to create the ultimate handbook for anyone visiting St. John’s for the JUNOS this week. The St. John's Hip Guide answers important...

Black Eyed Peas E.N.D. Tour backstage Vancouver snack selection

At Save on Foods, this morning, a shopper was buying snacks and drinks for the GM Place set up for a hip hop group that has sold over 35 million albums and 41 million singles. Here's a fun peek at a

Barenaked Ladies' exclusive tour kickoff at Fairmont Pacific Rim Lobby Lounge

A "Million Dollar Martini" and a chance to talk to the Barenaked Ladies thanks to a partnership between EMI Music and Fairmont Pacific Rim. (Read more...)

It's the JUNOS, and everyone's partying Heavy on the Right Coast

Judging by the Pink Mafia’s motto, “putting the F.U. back in FUN”, Heavy on the Right Coast is gonna be one hell of a party. Party planner extraordinaire, Anna Von Frances, and her über hot Pink...

Philip Glass returns to The Chan Centre for Performing Arts with solo piano performance

The last time composer Philip Glass played the Chan Centre for Performing Arts at UBC was in 2004. Glass, still composing and performing at age 73, says: "Why stop now?" Glass began his April 5th,...