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Shonen Knife

Sep 9, 2010
Heavily influenced by 1960s girl groups, pop bands, The Beach Boys, and early punk rock acts, such as the Ramones, the trio crafts stripped-down songs expressing infectious melodies and simplistic, exuberant lyrics sung both in Japanese and English.

Jane's Walk

May 1, 2010

Janes Walk Over 40 walking and cycling tours take place across Vancouver this weekend in honour of renowned urban activist Jane Jacobs. Led by local historians and urban planners, the tours explore the planning decisions and community processes that have shaped everything from the geography of Wreck Beach to the plight of the Downtown Eastside.


Vancouver Whitecaps

May 5, 2010

Round one of tickets for their first MLS season (2011) has sold out. Meanwhile, the Whitecaps host Montreal (May 5 and 15), Baltimore (May 8), Toronto (May 19), and Rochester (May 22).


Peel back Whistler's winter wonderland façade to discover its many layers

By published Jan 1, 2010

Something's Happening Here

May 12, 2009
Vancouver-based artist Jeremy Shaw has been blanketing the city’s streets with archival images from the Expo 86 fair, and will continue for the next year, completing his gargantuan, city-wide installation project on March 15, 2010. The Olympic Games are an obvious impetus for Shaw’s work, which aims to remind us of the last time Vancouver invited the world over. But the poster project also serves as an elongated meditation on nostalgia, civic pride, and the marketing of local culture. Curated by Reid Shier of Presentation House Gallery.