Left to his own devices, the reclusive William Doyle of East India Youth would hole up in his studio 24/7.
The highly sensory piece was created in 2008 and has been performed from Paris to Bangkok.
Winning the U.K.’s most prestigious music award doesn’t necessarily earn you instant respect with the British press. Young Fathers learned that firsthand last October.
Anyone surprised by the electronic touches on the new record hasn’t been paying attention.
Ester Rada’s roots may be in Ethiopia, but—musically, at least—the rising star of Israeli soul and funk didn’t draw on them until four years ago.
Imagine being onto something in a major way, but not being totally aware of it.
THEEsatisfaction is all about community-building, but that doesn’t mean rapper Stasia “Stas” Irons and singer Catherine “Cat” Harris-White are above dropping a diss track.
Wine Beer & Spirits
Over the last few years, there’s been discussion in the B.C. wine industry about whether we need a signature grape variety to “make it” on the international stage.
In our spotlight on education, we look at B.C. postsecondary institutions offering some unusual courses that can lead to rewarding careers, a new medical marijuana access survey being researched at UBC, and recent innovations at your local library.
The new digital facility on the third floor will enable patrons to create podcasts and edit movies.
Nontraditional programs allow people to pursue their interests in everything from the beverage industry to sports and entertainment.
New research out of UBC is examining how regulations and red tape are affecting patients who have come to rely on the plant’s therapeutic benefits.
An April 28 letter from Canada's minister of public safety expands a feud between Ottawa and Vancouver from the area of health to that of law enforcement.
He will speak at a prestigious monthly debate alongside the mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo.
He disagrees that the nomination is being rushed to favour a preferred individual.
It’s a big week for food lovers in Vancouver.
At this year’s Vancouver International Burlesque Festival, a Seattle standout blankets the audience with the energy of hypercharged dance.
The Vancouver International Burlesque Festival is pulling out extra tassels, feathers, and glitter for its 10th-anniversary celebrations at the Vogue Theatre.
Dance takes to parks, Robson Square, City Hall, and elsewhere.
If there’s anything central Canadians know, it’s that sometimes you have to band together to stay warm.
Vancouver actor Sonja Bennett explores the topsy-turvy world of pregnancy.
The Scarlet Queen of Mercy, we’re taken to 1955, during the post–Second World War boom and a renaissance in Hollywood.
UBC students planning anti-oppression event at First Nations Longhouse.
This outing won’t give you any fresh incentive to love costumed adventurers, but fans will learn more about their heroes.
From the American jangle-pop band Counting Crows' April 28 show at the Orpheum Theatre.