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Recycling Day cometh
Notable films for Easter, Canada and Earth Day
Crowning glories @ Chan cap EMV season
Huffing in a henhouse
Your numerology cycles: April
Magic reelism: smoke & mirrors
Rx for youngsters: Take physic, pomp
Two good kids films (though one is better for adults) and...
"Never the Last," a virtuosic séance
Arts and Culture
Hapa-palooza 2015: Celebrate mixed heritage and own your identity
Mixed-race, outsider, or 'half-breed': you're not alone at Hapa-palooza.
Sep 5th, 2015
Taylor Ho Bynum begins musical odyssey from Vancouver to San Diego
The Acoustic Bicycle Tour: endurance and improv.
Aug 28th, 2014
FUSE at the Vancouver Art Gallery
A titillation of the senses; it’s a simple phrase that sums up FUSE at the Vancouver Art Gallery with this month's FUSE being no exception.
Nov 19th, 2011
Ballet BC's 25th anniversary celebration
Ballet BC's 25th Anniversary Celebration is decidedly au courant and refreshingly contemporary. Ballet BC with an edge, if you will.
Apr 15th, 2011
Federation of BC Writers calls writers out of their caves and into the village
“I’m a tribal person by nature,” says Sylvia Taylor, Executive Director of The Federation of BC Writers. Which explains, in part, how she got involved to begin with, over 12 years ago. In those days...
Mar 23rd, 2011
The Eastside Culture Crawl: Don't miss it!
Masks. City lights inside trees, Airstream trailers, a whirling dervish. That’s what I step into when I enter Georgia Jackson Studios, my first stop on this year’s Culture Crawl.
Nov 27th, 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
Public Dreams celebrates 25th anniversary with night of magic, music, and art
Public Dreams Society, the organizer behind volunteer-driven and community-oriented events like the Illuminares and Parade of Lost Souls will be celebrating its 25th anniversary on September 24th...
Sep 21st, 2010
Lesbian-feminist icon dies unnoticed. But not by us.
Thespian lemonist, dance cricket, and irrepressible funster, Jill Johnston seemed to be everywhere in the 1970s. And then she wasn't.
Sep 20th, 2010
Vancouver’s newest ballet company marries art and science
A group of dancers gathered in front of the ballet bar that runs the length of the airy rehearsal space above Davie Street. They chatted softly, laughing and unfurling long limbs as they took...
Aug 30th, 2010