Exciting new Chinese art gallery promises to be representative of Vancouver’s position on the leading edge of the Asia-Pacific region.
Celebrate the advent of longer days with songs of the season.
It’s not every 29-year-old who gets to practise on a legendary instrument built in 1709.
The template is simple: “No more than two dancers, no more than two musicians, at least one of each.”
In just five years, the annual event has become a true seasonal tradition, its blend of sonic innovation and convivial warmth a welcome alternative to frenzied shopping streets.
Costing $700,000-plus, it had been years in the making when it debuted. But now it draws return visitors, and continues to grow.
The VAG's collection now boasts more than 12,000 artworks, with hopes to show more of the pieces when it moves into a planned new building at West Georgia and Cambie streets.
With Chinese presence in B.C. extending back over 240 years, a possible new museum aims to preserve and honour that extensive history.
Ring in 2019 with circus aerialists, extreme trampoline, magic, and juggling.
Get ready to educate yourself with what's a true labor of love.
Break the monotony of Christmas music norms with some comedy
We hunted down the red-purple-and-pink style, called the Enneagram Peacemaker.
Tickets to see the MadTV comedian or the Queer Eye star go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
16th annual Christmas Reprise brings true comfort and joy during the bustle of the holiday season