If ever there was a revelatory performance, this was it—and the revelation that I had at the jam-packed York Theatre is that Tanya Tagaq’s music is deeply, thrillingly normal.
Andrew Pyper had yet to start high school when he read Jaws, Peter Benchley’s iconic 1974 novel, and dreamed of becoming a novelist. That or a member of the NHL.
This might be your last chance to catch London at such an intimate venue; this guy is going to be big.
Think of it as postmodern irony wrestling playfully with urban traditions, on the borderline of European kitsch.
Here’s a true story: one time, we had a Dutch metalhead living in the basement, and his musical diet consisted largely of In Flames, In Flames, and In Flames.
The humble ukulele has come a long way since its development some 130 years ago by Portuguese immigrants to Hawaii.
Although best known as an avant-garde poet, Ginsberg was also a composer, a social and political activist, a practitioner of Tibetan Buddhism, a benefactor of friends and colleagues, and a dedicated taker of pictures.
Lachambre, a master of mining sensation in the body, reveals the hallucinatory creation is all about release and freedom.
Rising British keyboard star Benjamin Grosvenor knows how to construct a concert program, deftly mixing Franck, Chopin, and more.
A trip to Blacktail Restaurant + Lounge may well be an evening of firsts.
Petter and UBC president Arvind Gupta both say the economic and social benefits outweigh the costs of paying a slightly higher provincial sales tax.
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Cuckolding can involve elements of humiliation and/or degradation, and in some cases includes “forced bi” interactions between the cuckolded husband and the men his wife “cheats” on him with.
The Metro Vancouver Mayors’ Council has released a schedule of dates and times civic leaders will answer questions about the upcoming transit plebiscite.
A newly-released provincial government policy memo includes frank language about the realities of climate change and how changing weather will affect British Columbians.
Although he doesn’t seem to be in a hurry, Mayor Gregor Robertson has finally agreed to meet with representatives of some Vancouver neighbourhood associations.
Did you feel that sudden tilt of the earth?
The Lower Mainland housing market appears to be heating up.
Pollution and climate change caused by excessive burning of fossil fuels are real threats, not the people who warn that we must take these threats seriously.
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Violin and piano stars, some unique cultural fusions, and a festival devoted to Johannes Brahms and Richard Wagner highlight the just-announced 2015-16 season.
Xtra isn't dead.
If Col, Kurtz owned an iPod, this would be on a playlist.
It will be his first time between the pipes this year at Rogers Arena.
Here's a novel way to promote your next film: release stock photos spoofing other stock photos and featuring your cast of movie stars.
In the upcoming transit and transportation referendum, we think the benefits of a Yes outcome outweigh the negatives for the following reasons.