During a smouldering heat wave, there is nothing better than having a home-cooked meal cooked for you.
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Safai is the lead actor, director, showrunner, head writer, executive producer, songwriter and casting director for her passion project — the television show I killed Maddie Forbes, which will be released in January 2023.
That’s what drew me to Bard on the Beach’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Because I wanted to see it performed in its entirety, like it was meant to be.
The Ubyssey has some recommendations for music, movies and more in the first couple weeks of September.
In the clamour of downtown Vancouver and the hectic scurry of a film crew on July 28, a soothing classical performance by two UBC music students juxtaposed the rush
Besties (or Les Meilleures in French) made its Canadian debut at the York Theatre on August 20. The film is the only one in the festival’s program to have been written and directed by a lesbian.
It was my first Vancouver Pride event: Sunset Beach on July 31. The sun was beating down hard above the event space— a fluorescent petri dish of corporate tents with rainbows stapled on.
In the Nest along the curved wall by Grand Noodle Emporium, stands a vibrant and bold new mural dedicated to the graduating class of 2020
The Vancouver Bubble Tea Festival was held in Swangard Stadium in Burnaby on July 22 and 23.
After a late start, summer is finally heating up — maybe too much, considering last week’s combination of a heat wave and a packed Pride weekend. Happily, Vancouver’s arts and culture calendar is heating up too.
Can you recall a single fictional story that you’ve read or watched that discusses the climate crisis without using it as a backdrop for the end of the world?
For a few summer nights earlier this month, a group of undergraduate students invited audience members to step away into a dark boundless corner of time-space and into the wanderings of their own minds.
Tucked in a corner of Granville Island, a literary reading and discussion event called Imaginarium took place on July 9 as part of Vancouver’s annual Indian Summer Festival.
Making the last stop of her first Canada tour, 2022 Grammy Award winner Arooj Aftab performed at the Chan Centre on July 13 as part of the Indian Summer Festival.