Tom Burrows’ exhibit opened on Thursday night at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery.
From his house a young Andrew Wreggitt watched The Beachcombers, a CBC show about exactly the kind of small town he was growing up in.
Though very different from Après Moi, The List carries a thread from its predecessor and the emotional of the language is never lost.
This week, Sprouts and Community Eats, in conjunction with the UBC Pottery Club, are putting on the second annual Souper Bowl.
The AMS Art Gallery is featuring a few works of visual art by architect and painter Lionel Thomas and designer and painter Patricia Thomas.
The Creative Writing program’s annual festival, Brave New Play Rites, is back this week with twelve brand new student-written shows.
Sophie, in Shadow, set in India in 1914, has earned the book a spot as a finalist for a BC Book Prize in Children’t Literature.
I wasn’t even planning on going to Block Party...I felt a vague sense of dread: I would be alone.
Yukon Blonde’s last album Tiger Talk came out in 2012 and the group wanted to allow themselves the extra time and space to make something fresh.
Two disparate worlds of economy and art become intertwined in the upcoming production The Value of Things, from Montreal artist Jaques Poulin-Denis and his company Grand Poney.
Shakespeare's King Lear swaps a grim moorland for the green lawns of Vanier Park for the current season of Bard on the Beach.
Influences to Steudel's poems came from the biggest energy points in his life -- his family and the environment around Vancouver.
The Vancouver Writers Fest is the biggest event of the year for the city’s literary scene.
Mustang is inherently, powerfully feminist. It is a film about sisterhood, and that nothing is more important or alive than sisterhood.
Hilarious and dark, the Blain brothers do horror with a wide grin. Deadpan humour and situational irony abound.