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Two comedies about women at work and a stunning documentary...
Nest ½ Empty, House ½ Full
Renowned Tibetan monk Mingyur Rinpoche to speak in Vancouver
Two giant sequels and several worthy smaller films reviewed
Doing it like Elton John, looking for justice in Canada,...
Your numerology cycles June 1–15
Mission Control: "Ce qu'on attend de moi"
Aladdin drops in again, the Booksmart girls wonder what...
Photos: Elle King shakes up Vancouver
Broaching a Bake-off w/o a recipe
Hanna, Arthur, Soul Surfer, Winter in Wartime and two small Canadian films, The Bend and The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom
Another week with many choices, including both real and fantastic problems of teenagers, a not so happy drunk and two films with strong B.C. connections. Here's the list: Hanna 4 stars Arthur...
Apr 8th, 2011
Waste Land, Vision and a Festival of new films from Europe
Can art change people? Waste Land asks the question but does it deliver? (read more)
Nov 26th, 2010
Overall, Spain did deserve to win, but it would have been a lot nicer had they won on less controversial terms. The first half of the game was very dull as Holland had expertly clogged the middle of...
Jul 11th, 2010
Where in our world are you for the World Cup Final?
The final match of the FIFA World Cup 2010 in South Africa between Netherlands and Spain is capturing the world today. Vancouver fans, some here, some there, watch the big game---all over town.
Jul 11th, 2010
Holland and Spain set for epic battle
Holland is in the final for the third time, but this team has never won the grand prize. Holland shocked many experts when they beat Brazil and now will have to control the midfield. Nigel De Jong...
Jul 10th, 2010
Holland and Spain will play for the World Cup
Holland were the first team to advance to the final as they beat Uruguay in the first semi final. The Dutch came into this game without holding midfielder Nigel De Jong due to suspension. Uruguay...
Jul 7th, 2010
Brazil/Melo, Ghana/Gyan, and the slender margin between heroic and tragic
In an alternate universe Asamoah Gyan and Felipe Melo are heroic figures for Ghana and Brazil respectively, in our universe their names will be memorable for the sporting tragedy which overtook them t
Jul 2nd, 2010
World Cup: Trying to keep up on the road
Felipe Melo is shown a red card. A disastrous game for Melo who also scored an own goal to bring the Netherlands back into a game they looked certain to lose.
Jul 2nd, 2010
Holland advances, Cameroon eliminated, Anelka sent home
Yesterday got off to a controversial start when the French team announced that Nicolas Anelka was sent home after the French star apparently telling French Coach Raymond Domenech where to go. The...
Jun 19th, 2010
World Cup Day 4 Preview
Samuel Eto'o should lead Cameroon to a third good start for an African team. Will Italy have a slow start against Paraguay?
Jun 13th, 2010