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A four-alarm fire is burning inside the Port of Metro Vancouver facility in East Vancouver.
Every weekday, the Straight highlights a great local shot as the Photo of the Day.
The Cultch is set to embark on a new phase of renovations, which will see the historic green house adjacent to the theatre restored for use by local arts groups.
There's a fire billowing lots of smoke at Port Metro Vancouver.
There are changes afoot for this year’s Motown Meltdown.
Let’s admit that The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel justifies a trip “to visit the crumbling old ruins—and see the hotel”, as one churlish former resident insists.
The elephant in the room is that there’s more talk than story here.
For Caribou’s Dan Snaith, realizing that his music is indeed reaching an audience has had profound effects.
This latest album will make a comforting companion for a low-key night at home.
John Michael Lind must feel strongly about his songs.
Revenge is a dish best served funny in Wild Tales.
The very first character we meet in the Oscar-nominated anthology of revenge stories, Wild Tales, is a critic. Is there some significance to this?
The Lady of the Night is a considerably more subdued affair, with Gnome accompanying herself on nothing but acoustic guitar in front of an appreciative audience.
Nervous is a particularly poignant title for Siskiyou’s third album.
Smith’s bandmates Matt Mays and Adam Baldwin have signed up, along with Odds and a few yet-to-be-announced special guests.
Pianist Abdullah Ibrahim's show is also the apex of the jazz festival’s South Africa Now! series.
Where did this guy come from?
Spring adventure means different things to different people, so this year we're featuring long-distance hikes, cycling, river rafting, longboarding, and escaping to Whistler.
Over the past couple of decades, Whistler has truly emerged as an all-season resort.
In Kamloops, Jeff Putnam, manager of parks and civic facilities, gets a lot of inquiries from around the world about his municipality’s longboarding facility.
Some people seem to have been born on a bike, and others seem born to bike. Chris Winter is both.
Volunteers forging National Hiking Trail, Great Divide Trail, and Vancouver Island Spine Trail, while new hut coming to Sunshine Coast Trail.
It might not be the ideal tour for someone more interested in hunting their own meat, but Canadian Outback Adventures' two-day rafting trip is certainly a pleasant night out of town.
Research out of UBC Okanagan is looking at new ways to increase physical activity among women with breast cancer following treatment.