The images cast a spell, and so does the story.
The mostly B.C.–, Alberta-, and Quebec-shot story is a coming-of-age road movie about a strange, brilliant little boy, based on an illustrated book by Reif Larsen.
Dan Fogelman’s script is so witty, and so humanly forgiving, it subverts its most mawkish impulses.
Stars Hofesh Shechter and Crystal Pite are on the roster of the just-announced DanceHouse season for 2015-16.
Rodney DeCroo would rather talk about his music than his life, and that’s a conversation worth having.
The Canadian hub, which will be served by a network of major local and international banks through a computerized platform, will be the 10th one jointly established by China around the world since Hong Kong launched the first one in 2011.
Is anybody ever really off the grid?
There was little in Dan Fogelman’s résumé to suggest he’d make his directorial debut about an aging rock star in search of redemption and a new melody with meaningful words.
Thanks to careful musical sleuthing, the VSO presents a restored symphony and other sides to the composer in its Spring Festival.
For Stephen Nikleva, it’s definitely not all about the music. There’s album-cover art to enjoy, too.
The highest compliment one might pay A Wanderer I’ll Stay is that it sounds like the work of folks who are almost completely off the grid.
Sassicaia is named for a rare and costly wine. And aptly so.
Dear God, what’s happening now?
The real treat here is the album’s ornate arrangements.
This disc probably exists because Forbes needed something new on the merch table.
The health-and-exercise-science student travelled to a lab near the base camp of Mount Everest to conduct studies on the effects of high altitudes on human beings.
Buoyed by the success of the episodic video games based on the Walking Dead comic, Telltale Games is storming along with two more adaptations.
From the American experimental-guitarist, composer, and vocalist Kaki King's April 7 show at the Biltmore.
Vancouver–Mount Pleasant needs a “kick-ass” MLA, according to former park-board commissioner Sarah Blyth.
The stage couldn’t have been better set for the proper debut LP of Sarah Davachi.
Visual Arts Reviews
Giving a new twist on the landscape photo, Colin Smith plays with camera obscura in a trailer while Christos Dikeakos explores orchards in decline.
Vancouver school board chair Christopher Richardson says he’s “suspiciously cautious” about legislation introduced by Education Minister Peter Fassbender.
Presented at the fifth anniversary of the Vancouver South African Film Festival, the documentary Angels in Exile follows children living on the streets of Durban, South Africa.
This premier, unlike her predecessor, has not been nearly as keen to increase operating grants for colleges and universities.
Calgary's Big Rock Brewery is operating a brewpub near the Olympic Village.