TJ Dawe in Burn Job. Photo by Diane Smithers
The touring Broadway musical tells a very American story of missionaries, prophets and diarrhea jokes.
Economist Robyn Allan has publicly withdrawn from the National Energy Board review of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline, saying the process is "rigged."
“We wanted to make sure we took into consideration all the factors that might determine whether the project is ultimately of net benefit to Burnaby,” BBOT President & CEO.
“Weird” was a word on the lips of most everyone leaving the York Theatre Tuesday night, but you’d think they’d come expressly to get their dose of it.
Chelsea Hotel is confident in two ways: it starts with one of the greatest poet/musicians this country has produced, and it doesn’t bore us by reminding us how deep and significant Cohen is.
World music sensation Yemen Blues returns to Vancouver for the fourth straight year as part of Chutzpah!, Vancouver’s yearly Jewish performing arts extravaganza.
Happy hearts (and stomachs) abound at the special Valentine’s edition of Dances for a Small Stage 30 at the Ukrainian Centre on Main Street.
FlyOver Canada is the latest in virtual flight ride technology.
Folk musicians and a storyteller deliver a modernized twist on the Charles Dickens classic.