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Chris Ware - By Daniel Raeburn. Yale University Press, 112 pp, $28, softcover. At its best, the work of Chicago-based cartoonist Chris Ware intersects visual art and...
On February 17 and 18, the Beat 94.5 FM and Blak Dog Promotions will host an event called Boot Camp 2005, a conference designed for those looking for practical advice about...
During the last provincial election, only 25 percent of eligible British Columbians under the age of 30 made it out to the polls. The results of this high degree of apathy...
Performing showcase gigs and attending workshops is all well and good, but some people would rather take a more direct route to musical success. These are the young people who...
Set Me Free (Independent) If the sleeveless, fishnet shirt Scott Bolton sports on the cover of his debut CD, Set Me Free, doesn't tell you all you need to know about the...
Caravan World Rhythms Society is hosting its second Global Discoveries Showcase of Emerging World Music Artists and the first of what is planned to be the annual Commercial...
Ever wonder what became of SunLikeStar? The Vancouver modern-rock band garnered decent airplay and considerable buzz with its self-released 2000 album, Inverse. After that,...
Avril Lavigne, Sarah McLachlan, Chantal Kreviazuk, Raine Maida, Delerium, and the Barenaked Ladies, who are among the superstar acts performing a big-ticket tsunami-relief...
The Fraser MacPherson Music Scholarship Fund has announced the winners of its 2004-05 competition. Guitarist Alvaro Rojas, 22, a student in his last year at Capilano College...
For someone who hasn't had anything resembling a hit in 20 years and hasn't toured internationally in almost as long, Nina Hagen can sure draw a crowd. The Commodore was...

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