From 1989 to 1995, discerning comedy lovers in Canada and the U.S. were treated to The Kids in the Hall.
There’s lots to say about Al Purdy, but it can all be sorted out as you read this interview with the Pittsburgh-born Rodney DeCroo.
The retired SFU communications professor is an old hand when it comes to dissecting the activities of neoliberal think tanks.
Chelene Knight, Erín Moure, and Rachel Rose are also nominated. They'll find out who wins on December 8.
Characters Lee co-created included Spider-Man, the Hulk, Doctor Strange, the X-Men, Iron Man, Thor, Daredevil, the Fantastic Four, Black Panther, and Ant-Man.
The collection of scholarly essays focus on everything from genetics and astrophysics to Indigenous history and anthems. Readers also learn about mass extinctions, aggressive colonialism, and so much more.
In unpretentious and straightforward prose, Turner guides us into confronting the confusion and cacophony of the city.
It includes 60 straightforward but delicious recipes for beginners.
The former NDP MP and MLA has written a lively memoir that offers new insights into some major events.
The history of the England's war on drugs recounts a decades-long series of missteps and unintended consequences that have ruined countless lives and failed to address demand for illicit narcotics.
The massive two-level shop carries more than 58,000 unique book titles, plus gifts, toys, and lifestyle products.
As a trans woman, the artist puts a staggering amount of thought into everyday decisions to ensure that she can deter unwanted attention.
The instant rapport between biographer and subject convinced the iconic Indigenous singer and songwriter that it was time for her story to be told.
The North Shore mountains have secrets.
A new cookbook features recipes and memories from Iran.
Despite the accolades, the Victoria-based author is pragmatic about literary fame.
Home cooks: make room on your bookshelf.
The recently released cocktail book celebrates the likes of Beyoncé, Yayoi Kusama, and Tanya Tagaq—with tasty and thirst-quenching results.
Squeezed: Why Our Families Can't Afford America
The Hollow Crown’s Mélanie Thierry turns in an unflinching portrait of Marguerite Duras in a film based on her writings about life in Nazi-occupied Paris.