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Berlin 1961 conjures a vision of Cold War stakes at their highest
Berlin 1961: Kennedy, Khrushchev, and the Most Dangerous Place on Earth By Frederick Kempe. G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 579 pp, hardcover To a lot of North Americans, memories of the...
Zombie Factory to churn out undead for 2011 Vancouver Zombie Walk
Other than their victims, naturally, who doesn’t like zombies? They’re creepy, they’re gruesome, and they’re absolutely relentless. They’re everything you could want in...
Latest economic news indicates upswing in miso soup stirring industry
Okay, so times are tough. It’s not all doom and gloom out there, however—there are some people still hiring. Case in point: a local Craigslist ad for a miso soup stirrer...
Final launch of Atlantis ends space shuttle era
The phrase “end of an era” gets thrown around a lot, not to mention misused and abused. However, with this morning’s launch of Atlantis—the final flight of the final...
Presidential candidate Jon Huntsman: rock ’n’ roller
As the American 2012 presidential campaign begins to heat up, the Republican Party seems to be at no loss for candidates. The latest, former Utah governor and Ambassador to...
H.W. Brands's The Murder of Jim Fisk recalls an era of scandal and corporate greed
The Murder of Jim Fisk for the Love of Josie MansfieldBy H.W. Brands. Anchor, 224 pp, softcover Some things never change. Especially when it comes to Wall Street, as H.W....
Oh, my! George Takei and Nichelle Nichols set course for Vancouver Star Trek convention
It’s almost June, and that can only mean one thing: it’s Trek time. After the success of last year’s Vancouver Star Trek Convention, Creation Entertainment is once again...
Did the British insult Obama, in Punjabi?
Britain’s Scotland Yard has created a tempest in a teapot during U.S. president Barack Obama’s state visit to the U.K. During Obama’s trip this week, British...
The Osama bin Laden raid: a Canadian connection
Of all the Navy SEALs involved in the May 1 Osama bin Laden raid, only one has so far been named publicly: Cairo, a specially-trained military dog. And Cairo’s equipment...
William Shatner sings O Canada
About a year ago, there was a grassroots movement to have Montreal-born Star Trek actor William Shatner appointed governor general. While the appointment never came—David...
Mountain Equipment Co-op launches new logo
Vancouver Green councillor Adriane Carr calls for cigarette butt deposit and refund program
German street food informs Chinatown's Bestie
I'm troubled by the consequences of my taboo fantasy
David Suzuki: We ignore scientists at our peril
Mireille Enos brings family to the core of Brad Pitt's World War Z
Big names draw big crowds to Nat Bailey Stadium
Bonnie Brooks steps down as president of Hudson's Bay Company
Eagles, Sabbath, Kiss, Rush: Vancouver concerts go all seventies on your ass
Your horoscope for June 13 to 19, 2013
Vision Vancouver demonstrates political courage in promoting more bike lanes
Large protest voices opposition against gentrification of the Downtown Eastside
Major American news outlet breaks news that Canucks players Ryan Kesler, Alex Burrows, and Daniel Sedin are all gay
Christy Clark puts Surrey first in cabinet, dissing Vancouver, North Shore, and northeast sector
Second arrested Pidgin protester to appear in court
The Real Housewives of Vancouver will not return for third season
The Janoskians don't deserve attention for pulling sexually violent pranks
Rotten Tomatoes critic who gave Uwe Boll's 2005 stinker a fresh rating says "let it go"
Canada’s privacy watchdogs silent on NSA program that could be violating the rights of millions
Postmedia boss says it's conceivable that there may not be daily papers in Vancouver
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