The While We're Young writer-director on generational dissonances, Paul McCartney, and his preferred form of consciousness.
My very first wasp sighting of the year!
There are two issues in Canada that are important to Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, UN special rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples.
Michel Houellebecq was a polarizing figure in European political culture long before the infamous Charlie Hebdo attacks.
The burden is constant, the stakes plain and absolute, the scale cosmic.
The Post at 750 a game changer for 110 Arts Cooperative.
Based on true events, Woman in Gold tells the story of Maria Altmann.
Quebec writer-director François Delisle, who recently brought us a small gem called Félix & Meira, returns with the thornier Chorus.
If EDM is really the new rock ’n’ roll, then Vancouver’s subterranean dance-music scene is the new punk.
Local actors Gabrielle Rose and Veena Sood have just won Sam Payne awards.
As career paths go, Alicia Bognanno has taken an unusual one.
How much you enjoy Pretend We’re Kissing is going to depend on how irritating you find its main character.
Visual Arts Reviews
Morrison’s new series of colour photographs is based on appropriated images of “nature” from a big, fat September issue of Vogue magazine.
In January last year, England’s Guardian newspaper made a dramatic declaration.
From projections with audio to cameraless exposures, the citywide Capture festival roster shows the diversity of the exploding art form.
Once Downtown Eastside resident Christine Mcadam pays her rent, she’s left with a budget of $200 for the rest of the month.
The celebration of South African cinema comes to the Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema April 10-12.
Pinpointing Adventure Time’s oddest moment is a fun, if fruitless, pursuit.
There are now more must-try spots to add to the list, with recent additions to the daytime dining scene.
Even if it’s early to say, I don’t expect this year to deliver 10 titles better than Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter.
Food of the Week
The city’s canopy of cherry blossoms has inspired an elegant Sakura Tea Service at the Urban Tea Merchant
The rock ’n’ roll singer’s badass biker-chic image may be intimidating, but she and her bandmates turn out to be friendly folks.
Partly it is a question of whether the leopard can ever truly change his spots.
As the band’s attention-grabbing—not to mention completely great—moniker hints at, Andrew Jackson Jihad doesn’t take the world as serious
Over the decades, countless members have gone through the ranks of the group that gave us such hard-prog landmarks as Argus and Pilgrimage.