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In addition to being a legitimate punk-rock legend, Bill Stevenson is also one of the humblest, most self-effacing, genuinely nice guys working in the stinking business of rock 'n...
Ryan Jarman has a theory as to why the Cribs took until their recently released third album, Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever to finally make good on their promise of becoming...
Asked how she'd describe her work under the guise of St. Vincent, Annie Clark offers a couple of decidedly cryptic suggestions."Part of it is that American psychosis of 'I have to...
A few years back, before she went over to the dark side with Los Angeles's Monsters Are Waiting, Annalee Fery was briefly part of a band that she'd rather not think about today....
Having worked the same tour circuit for over a decade, Sascha Lazor has hit a point where he's seriously thinking about the future of the Mad Caddies. Up until recently, the...
The Polyphonic Spree ditches robes for military fatigues and does battle-by-voices with Dubya on The Fragile Army. As eternally optimistic as he seems when leading the blissed-out...
At Deer Lake Park on Sunday, June 24In hindsight, what seemed like thunder around 5 on Sunday afternoon might well have been Meg White hammering her way through sound check in...
Having carefully studied the often-sad history of rock 'n' roll, Fall Out Boy singer-songwriter Patrick Stump knew that the odds were stacked against him for Infinity on High."We...
Rating unavailable. Now playing at the CN IMAX Theatre Undeniably stunning scenery aside, the best thing about African Adventure 3D: Safari in the Okavango is that it might...
There has to be some reason for June in Vancouver. Every year it’s the same old thing: weather that makes you wonder what the hell you were thinking when you decided to flee...

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