Finding space in Vancouver is tough.
Alley Theatre is ambitious.
With All Hallows’ Eve arriving on Tuesday, this weekend promises to come alive in the form of costumed club nights and haunted house parties.
In 2007, Christopher Hitchens wrote an essay in Vanity Fair entitled Why Women Aren’t Funny. The inflammatory — and demonstrably incorrect article — ignited enormous controversy.
Queen Elizabeth II is dead. Prince Charles ascends the throne. And all hell breaks loose.
Veritable music veterans and San Francisco-based rockers Oh Sees are now 20 years in and have 20 releases to show for it. The band's latest album,Orc, “re-examines the quieter roots of it all in particularly baroque and homesteadly fashion.” Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with vocalist John Dwyer.
In just 10 days, the Vancouver Writers Fest begins its annual tradition of welcoming writers from across the globe to the city for a week of discussions, readings and explorations. In its 30th year, the festival is well versed in delving into pages and the minds behind them.
Canada may have just celebrated television victory with multiple Emmy awards for Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, but Vancouverites should turn their heads to the big screen for a cosmopolitan highlight of the calendar: Vancouver International Film Festival.
With soaring YouTube views of both their folk-pop covers and originals, The Simpson Brothers Band turns its attention to the release of its new single, Country Radio.
As leaves begin to turn and rain starts to return, cherished indoor activities may help with the transition from endless summer days.
Vancouver Fringe Festival is now underway and amidst the festivities and comedies, one innovative arts project is changing perceptions of tragedy: climate change and the impending (and already visited) environmental consequences.
From a dance hit on the Billboard charts to TV and movie soundtracks to appearing at New York’s legendary Bowery Ballroom, Jennifer Hershman has compiled a pretty impressive resume. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with the singer/songwriter.
False Creek is no stranger to spectacle.
Having racked up millions of Spotify streams and YouTube views, B.C. born rapper and singer/songwriter SonReal now has his debut international release One Long Dream drawing praise. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with the Juno Award nominee.
Having just released her debut EP Electric Hearts which “echoes her easy-going nomadic lifestyle as a self-proclaimed wanderlust,” Emily Rowed joins the illustrious roster of 604 Records. Joe Leary spent 24 Minutes with the Vancouver singer.
There is something fundamentally human about staring at the night sky.
While Vancouver brims with Festivals in August, few demonstrate the city’s quintessential nature like Vines Art Festival: an annual, eco-art event featuring artists collaborating alongside community leaders and farmers.
Rolling Stone Magazine named him “A Country artist to watch in 2017” and last year Spotify made the same declaration.
The year 1990 was a good vintage for Shakespeare in Vancouver.