Patrick Zulinov has seen the impact of music therapy up close.
In 1980, Bryan Turner headed for L.A. with a degree from UBC. Eight years later, as the president of Priority Records, he unleashed N.W.A. on the world.
While Mark Chapman’s copy of Double Fantasy fascinates, the rest of the impressive PNE exhibit is considerably less morbid.
It’s been a long and winding road, but the Beatles are finally returning to the Pacific National Exhibition.
Growing out of an epic party at Rock Creek Fairgrounds, the proudly independent, noncorporate event was officially inaugurated in 2013.
Vancouver’s revered Yale Hotel, a bastion of the blues for decades until it shut down for renovations in late 2011, has been sold and sho
The wait is over.
There is no truth to the rumour that festival camping is oversold or that water has run out on site.
It's all because the National Enquirer once reported that Harry Styles and Taylor Swift parted ways over his "man-hood".
A service is scheduled on Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Five Rivers Funeral Home in Delta.