Here's our guide to Vancouver Pride.
The 2017 edition takes place at Jericho Beach Park from Thursday to Sunday (July 13 to 16).
How will you celebrate Canada's 150th sesquicentennial?
Use the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival 2017 schedule to figure out who you’re seeing and where they’re playing.
Here's a collection of our coverage of addiction-related issues.
Eight Straight retail picks for Spring!
Georgia Straight staff have written some articles to get you in the mood for what's to come.
Explore the city's diverse design community with studio tours, talks, tastings, and other events meant to engage the creative mind.
Our spring-summer home-design guide gives you the goods on what's trending this season.
Along with its Spotlight on Troublemakers, the DOXA Documentary Film Festival returns this year with regular programs including French French, Rated Y for Youth, and the Justice Forum.
Sixteen days of fully staged works, concerts, panel discussions, workshops, art installations, and more
On Wednesday (April 19), there will be more than 1,700 free screenings across the country, including more than 30 in Vancouver.
In our guide to the citywide event that runs from April 1 to 28, you'll see photography taking a mindblowing array of forms.
In advance of the global celebration of women, we've prepared some articles focusing on some remarkable women in Vancouver.
The Georgia Straight celebrates the best of the season with a guide to all the performing and visual arts
Vancouver's premier comedy festival runs from February 16 to 25.
The latest edition focuses on late-winter sports, the Wellness Show, improving the health-care system, and Justin Trudeau's recent visit with frontline responders to the fentanyl crisis.
The Georgia Straight has prepared a series of articles, tips, and ideas of things to do to celebrate the holiday.
Our guide to the 2017 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, an interdisciplinary celebration of the arts that takes place around Vancouver from January 16 to February 5
Here's a collection of the Georgia Straight's coverage of vegetarian, vegan, and plant-based food, products, and issues.
Here's a collection of the Georgia Straight's coverage of women-related issues.
Here's a collection of the Georgia Straight's coverage of men-related issues.
The Georgia Straight offers its annual roundup of the year’s best in cinema.
Discover how the city's tight rental market is affecting everyday people.
Or at least the ones our critics liked, including ones by reunited rap crews and a dearly departed icon
Let the Georgia Straight take gift-giving stress off your shoulders.
Here is a collection of the Georgia Straight's coverage of mental-health subjects.
Bear in mind as you drive to Whistler next week that its annual film festival, turning 15 this year, is a four-day bacchanal as much as anything else.
The 19th annual European Union Film Festival features film titles from 23 EU countries.
This year's visual-arts extravaganza takes place in East Vancouver from November 17 to 20.
The snow is almost flying, so our annual winter issue is here to give you the latest in style trends, a comprehensive charts of B.C.'s ski hills, and lots of outdoor features.
We ask badass Vancouverites about the talented artists, indelible stories, and, at times, questionable antics behind their most treasured tattoos.
All dressed up with no one to scare?
In our annual feature, the Georgia Straight shines a spotlight on titles and authors to underline on your seasonal reading list.
Running every Thursday, Vancouver Weekend spotlights five Straight-approved places around the city worth discovering.
The Straight asks comedians about their life-changing shows, favourite comedy albums, and a time they bombed on stage.
With the festival set to run from Wednesday to Sunday (September 21 to 25), we asked authors to tell us about their finest reading experiences.
Find out what some local luminaries think about our city.
Vancouver’s top talents tell us about the local music they love, and the local musicians they’d love to love.
The Vancouver International Film Festival enters its 35th year with a fresh approach to programming and a renewed commitment to the best two weeks in a cinephile's calendar.
Your complete guide to the cultural calendar to come
The 2016 Vancouver Fringe Festival runs from September 8 to 18.
Everything you need to know about Whistler's premier adventure race for women.
Meet some young adults who shatter prevailing media stereotypes about their generation.
Here's our guide to all things queer and dear, both on screen and off.
In LGBT communities, entertainers play a special and often unique role.
For the Indian Summer Festival's sixth year, we're shining a spotlight on many of the events, including appearances in Vancouver by world music superstar band Rajasthan Josh and globally recognized agricultural ecologist and GMO critic Vandana Shiva.
Tips, tricks, and ecofriendly product recommendations that help you lead an environmentally minded lifestyle.
Nearly a half-million shoppers visit these local gathering places every year.
This it the time of year when there's no longer any excuse to remain a couch potato.
Get ready for rocket-powered daredevils, dissident Vancouver artists, and more in Canada's leading documentary festival.
Find your true feline soulmate on Felindr.
In our special section, we shine a light on why the Oliver to Osoyoos region in the South Okanagan has become such a vibrant wine region.
Here's a collection of the Georgia Straight's video coverage of local arts and culture.
Video features of interesting folks from around town to list off, among other things, their favourite performers, rituals, live gigs, and singers. And, of course, their favourite thing.
The go to guide for finding the best spots to eat, drink and shop in Vancouver, BC, Canada, as selected by Vancouverites
It's also known as the Lisa Nemetz International Jewish Performing Arts Festival
Passionate, funny, and spellbinding—this extravaganza has it all from February 16 to March 13 in Vancouver.
Your guide to making the most of the season.
Here's a collection of Georgia Straight articles about exercise and fitness-related issues.
Over 280 restaurants are participating in the 15th annual event.
Over the years, it's thrilled, enraged, educated, and enlightened Vancouverites.
Here are a few unusual stories that caught our attention during the past year.
Georgia Straight articles on First Nations
The Georgia Straight probes the minds of Vancouver's most colourful DJs.
Find out which albums helped get our intrepid reviewers through the last 12 months.
A collection of Georgia Straight articles related to climate change and environmental health.
As if its industry wasn't impressive enough, half of the films at this year's Vancouver Turkish Film Festival were made by women.
Straight to the Pint taps those on the frontlines of our booming local craft-beer industry for stories about biggest brewing successes, dream vacation spots, and which brand was always in the family fridge.
Buy the Glass is a neighbourhood-focused tour designed to catch up with those behind the wine program at notable Vancouver restaurants and get a recommendation from their by-the-glass wine offerings.
It’s only taken 18 years, but with Malta onboard for the first time, the European Union Film Festival finally features submissions from all 28 member states
All of the Georgia Straight's Asian- and Asian Canadian– related coverage, including anything related to East, Southeast, and South Asian people and cultures.
At the 2015 Eastside Culture Crawl, environmentally minded artists celebrate the urban-nature balance; plus hot homewares and East Side eats.
Our extensive section looks at making fitness fun, predicting longevity, natural healing, the evolution of health care, spices that boost wellness, and choosing organic foods.
Disparate forces are banding together to boost Vancouver young-voter turnout this federal election. Plus, a look at a strategic national initiative to oust Stephen Harper.
In our fall food issue, local chefs such as Elizabeth Bryan of Dock Lunch and Peter Isacu of Seasons in the Park say that turkey doesn't have to be predictable.
It’s the definitive guide to city life, and it offers a wealth of information for newcomers.
Vancouver acts share their favourite albums, the year’s best gigs, and where they’d eat on a tycoon’s dime
Our guide to TaiwanFest highlights the annual Vancouver festival’s arts, culture, music, food offerings, and philanthropic initiatives.
Back-to-school bookworms take note: designer frames are going far beyond the nerd look.
Not sure which films to see? Get ready with our guide to this year's cinematic offerings.
In our outdoor dining issue, we look at a multitude of communal dining options, including Vancouver's Dîner en Blanc; plus Food Cart Fest, some of the city's best patios, and practical picnicking.
Check out our interviews with some of this year's talented performers.
Summer's here. Drink up!
Bokanté, Donny McCasllin, Antibalas, and Jim Campilongo are among dozens of artists who will bring joy to Vancouver from June 22 to July 2.
We started asking film folk what their recommendations are for obscure, underrated, or simply strange Canadian cinematic gems.
Our beer issue includes articles on how craft breweries are changing neighbourhoods, the best local beers for summer, and the growth of brewpubs in the Okanagan.
Before you head out to the festival, check out our interviews with filmmakers along with dozens of capsule reviews to help you pick which films to take in.