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On September 24 the Plaza of Nations will play host to the Grape and Grain Festival, an outdoor gathering of live music, the best food trucks in the city, and alcohol. The festival is a unique venue which amasses all of the finest local breweri

Upon arriving at the Scotiabank Dance Centre, the haven of dance art in downtown Vancouver where 4OUR is slated for its limited remount on Sept. 19, I was made to wait until a suitable time to enter the room, as was expected.

Stage 3 by Ken Stark is one of those books that is difficult to review; there are both good and bad aspects that can be discussed. For the sake of this review, I would like to straight away proclaim, that so as to avoid any co

As a driven and skilled competitor, with a Bachelors in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University, it’s easy to see why she has been so successful at rowing. But it wasn't always easy, after racing in the London Olympics, Lauren felt

Flok claims to be North America's first long-distance ridesharing platform built specifically for sporting events and festivals. While they are the first to market themselves that way, are they any different from other ridesharing platforms?

Imagine coming to a magical show where it is dreadfully quiet in a completely full theatre room before the start of the performance. In this silence it is possible to hear the breathing of a person sitting on your right,

Word Vancouver

Attention all book worms, comic book enthusiasts and fans of the written word! Word Vancouver is back with 5 exciting days of author readings, workshops, entertainment, and more!Attention all book worms, comic

ver the course of September, The Cinematheque has been screening a number of films of brutal, graphic content in a series entitled “This is Going to Hurt: A Cinema of Cruelty.” The final weekend of the series featured a double bill of Michael Haneke

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