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A Vancouver Opera production. At the Vancouver Playhouse on Thursday, October 23. Continues until November 7 From the rhythmic jeers of “You’re a waste of space” to the cast of...
They're calling it a denim baptism: dutil (303 West Cordova Street) is throwing "the last pool party of the season" on Friday (October 24) to launch the much-anticipated jean...
F. W. Murnau’s Nosferatu is one of the first real horror films—the launching point for cinematic vampires from Bela Lugosi’s Dracula to Robert Pattison’s Twilight bloodsucker. The...
Maybe it’s the way he could create new worlds as a onetime theatre-set maker or maybe it’s because of what he saw headed to the dump as a renovator. Whatever it is, Matthew...
Growing up in South Korea, Sophia Kim would walk by a long row of birch trees on her way to school that still sticks with her today. “I was mesmerized by them: they seemed to talk...
Forget the inflatable lawn pumpkins, dollar-store spider web, and skeleton window stickers: there are higher-design ways to introduce a little Halloween flavour to your home. We...
Starring James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan. Rated PG. Now playing Is it possible the Nicholas Sparks movie machine, with all its smooching in the rain and talk about destiny and...
Starring Anne Dorval and Antoine-Olivier Pilon. Rated 14A. Now playing In Mommy, 15-year-old Steve loves to ride his longboard down the middle of the street—arms lifted out like...
One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre’s Denise Clarke has been gleefully upending art forms, and generally revolutionizing what people watch on Canadian stages, for almost four...
Before veteran Swiss choreographer Gilles Jobin entered his artistic residency at CERN—the European Centre for Nuclear Research and the largest particle-physics lab in the world—...

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