"He wanted a mariachi band playing Pink Floyd songs for his funeral. It was beautiful."
At the end of an interview that’s touched on everything from self-acceptance and substance abuse to childhood poverty and the horrors of
The accordionist and singer is not impressed by those who've appropriated his heritage to promote white nationalism.
It was written while Vancouver was enshrouded in the smoke from 2017’s record-breaking forest-fire season.
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Pneuma is the breath of life, or the link between the heart and the brain.
The craziest revelations in the book come from the unlikeliest of bands: the Go-Go’s.
The veteran Vancouver klezmer renegade, newly minted playwright, and sometime politician is launching three major projects, and he’s not sure how he’s going to pull things off.
The 24-year-old violinist is fluent not only in both of Canada’s official languages, but in several distinct musical dialects: Celtic, classical, jazz, and folk.
When you're from the coast, there's nothing worse that being away from the sea
There’s a singularly surprising moment in the video for M’Girl’s song “Eyes Wide Open.” You see black and white footage of First Nations
Genius strikes not once, but twice.