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Sick of dog sitting for you
More of a rant but the GS has no rant column. You know who are (my friend) I basically look after your (& your boyfriends) dog weekdays when you&
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You let me slip in...
Rush hour on a Tuesday evening, and stuck in traffic due to the roadworks on Richards. I was driving in the merging lane, only to find myself neck-and-neck with a bus. I was...
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Homeless in Vancouver: I'm open on Christmas even if nothing else is
Uwe Boll, the world's most reviled film director, is now a food critic
Free Sandwiches for Homeless People in Vancouver Day
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Cedric Andrieux gives amusing, deadpan look inside dancer's life
There’s a moment in Cédric Andrieux when the titular solo dancer reveals what it's like performing a Jérôme Bel work for the first time.
Ballet B.C. star Makaila Wallace fetes 10th season
Makaila Wallace is celebrating 10 years at Ballet B.C. this season, and it’s arguably been one of the most tumultuous and artistically varied decades in its history.
Hawksley Workman wants you to feel his music
Singer-songwriter Hawksley Workman and director Christian Barry are billing their music-theatre collaboration The God That Comes as a work in progress.
PuSh Festival: Two plays put wildly different twists on King Lear
King Lear is not the sort of fare you’d expect from the edgy, experimental programming favoured by the
PuSh Festival: Seattle choreographer Zoe Scofield dances through A Crack in Everything
A Crack in Everything is a surreal dance spectacle that warps time and perspective.
At the PuSh Festival's Fictions series, it’s blindfolds and human books
Imagine putting on a blindfold and letting a complete stranger guide you through the city for two hours, into spaces both public and private.
PuSh Festival: Photog: An Imaginary Look at the Uncompromising Life of Thomas Smith is a life-or-death journey
If it sounds like Photog is carrying a heavy burden on its somewhat untested shoulders, well, it is.
The Georgia Straight's guide to the 2013 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival
On your marks, get set.... PuSh!
PuSh Festival: Jacob Richmond’s Ride the Cyclone rolls its way to a hit
Jacob Richmond’s Ride the Cyclone just may take him all the way from his hometown of Victoria to New York City.
PuSh Festival: Winnipeg Babysitter resurrects the odd, lost world of DIY TV
From the late ’70s to the mid ’80s public-access television in Winnipeg was experiencing a golden age of DIY TV.
Georgia Straight’s music critics pick the records that ruled in 2013
Top 10 albums of 2013 critics' picks: Mike Usinger
Top 10 albums of 2013 critics' picks: Gregory Adams
Top 10 albums of 2013 critics' picks: John Lucas
Tickets to Lady Gaga's artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball go on sale today
Top 10 albums of 2013 critics' picks: Adrian Mack
Top 10 albums of 2013 critics' picks: Vivian Pencz
Top 10 albums of 2013 critics' picks: Steve Newton
Top 10 albums of 2013 critics' picks: Alex Hudson
Top 10 albums of 2013 critics' picks: Alexander Varty
Mastodon offends pretty much everyone with Thanksgiving T-shirt
Vancouver endorses liquor licence application for the Fox Cabaret
Beyoncé thrills Vancouver faithful with concert heavy on female empowerment, costumes, and glitz
TransLink Idol: Four buskers, one licence
Drake makes up for lost time in Vancouver
Live Beatles LP sparks memories of first vinyl purchase
Vancouver goes wild for Arctic Monkeys
20 years ago: Pearl Jam releases Vs., and it kicks major butt
3:01 Pick Me Up: Eric Schwartz aka Smooth-E
Black Sabbath minus Bill Ward equals Bill Sabbath t-shirt
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