“A lot of people have never heard the stories. They don't know some of these histories, especially when we're looking so far back.”
Quasi-experts meet crypto-natives in scholarly spoof
Gay Rights in 2015 in Canada is a long way away from 1934's 'The Children's Hour.'
“Kitimat”, a play written by B.C. playwright Elaine Avila, takes the story of a northern B.C. town over 2,000 kilometres to Pomona College, an intellectual hub near Los Angeles. It’s a story...
Watching Israeli group, Maria Kong, make their North American debut with the electric “Backstage,” is so breathtaking, it makes you wonder why they haven't premiered long ago in Canada. The...
Over the course of almost one month, the city will overflow with a wide range of performances, spread over six Vancouver venues, including the Norman & Annette Rothstein Theatre, Red Room Ultra...
BC Buds features fab BC artists, for a free performance.
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.
A Brimful of Asha offers a glimpse into generational and cultural differences between a mother and son.
Vancouver's family owned The Cultch received a monumental gift from their longest standing corporate partner, West Coast Reduction Ltd.