The Dreadnoughts. (Supplied Photo)

24 Minutes with The Dreadnoughts

Boasting a raucous live show where virtually anything goes, The Dreadnoughts return with a new album, Foreign Skies, an ode to the centennial anniversary of the First World War. Ahead of their appearance at The Rickshaw Theatre on November 24, Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with guitarist and vocalist Nicholas Smyth

Michael Buble performs at Rexall Place in Edmonton on June 22, 2014. (Ian Kucerak/Postmedia Network)

Buble to host 2018 Juno Awards in Vancouver

It was an emotional return to the public eye for Burnaby's Michael Buble. The 12-time Juno Award winner was visibly moved taking to the podium at CBC Studios in downtown Vancouver following the announcement that he would be hosting the 2018 JUNO Awards at Rogers Arena on March 25.

Wen Wei Dance will perform next Wednesday as a part of Dance in Vancouver. (Chris Randle Photo)

Creators spring into action at Dance in Vancouver

Our city has long hosted a hotbed of contemporary dance artists. Every two years, this community’s creativity comes to a boil at Dance in Vancouver – an intense, immersive four-day celebration that showcases the works of this vibrant artistic scene.

Scott Helman. (Submitted Photo)

24 Minutes with Scott Helman

With a new album, Hotel de Ville, to his credit and a national tour, 2017 has proven to be a pivotal year for Scott Helman. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with the Canadian singer/songwriter.

Jonny Wexler. (Supplied)

24 Minutes with Jonny Wexler

A multi-talented musical force, Jonny Wexler takes on the challenging and iconic role of Frankie Valli in the award-winning production of Jersey Boys, playing Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre November 14-19. Wexler spent 24 Minutes with Joe Leary.

Current Swell. (Michelle Dowdy photo)

24 Minutes with Current Swell

Recording with Grammy-winning producer Jacquire King in both Nashville and Vancouver, Victoria indie rockers Current Swell has released their most telling album to date, When to Talk and When to Listen. Prior to their appearance Saturday, November 4 at the Commodore Ballroom, Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with frontman Scott Stanton.