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Things to do this week include a whiskey fest, nostalgia-inducing cover band and the Vancouver Greek Film Festival.
It's called 'Pink Apocolypse,' and it's an excellent alternative to watching the sunset.
Record turnout and results for YWCA’s Women of Distinction Awards and Neekoo’s Ignite a Light
A magazine pop-up, an Asian heritage dinner and an animatronic Jurassic Park-themed live show
Including a youth-led multidisciplinary festival, a Canadian horror film premiere and a fairytale-inspired high tea.
From video games to toy drums, local musician dwi explores an arcade of childhood influences on his upcoming album slated to be released this summer.
Including the final week of DOXA, a Mother's Day baseball game and a beloved East Van flea market.
A lucha libre wrestling show, spring craft fair and documentary film festival.
An annual Wine Festival, a pro-wrestling comedy show and an evening of sake and seafood.
A food waste film screening for Earth Day, a craft beer fest and a femme-forward comedy show
Karina Zhou’s children's book, Kai's Tea Eggs, explores the beauty of food, friendship and being proud of your heritage.
This social skills company says "small talk is a big deal" and they're here to teach people how to do it.
A month-long photography festival, a North Van craft beer festival and a cooking-based comedy performance.
The first pitch of the season, a chilling folk horror film and a bunny photo-op.
Travel back to the golden '20s for a few muted hours with century-old films.
A solo exhibition celebrating the remarkable women who uphold Indigenous communities, a Comic and Toy Show at the PNE and a free screening in honour of Transgender Day of Visibility.
Vancouver-based hip hop/rap and soul artist Missy D makes music for all ages (and in two languages).
The Home and Garden Show, a Celtic Festival in honour of Saint Patrick's Day and a new museum costume exhibit.
One night, 19 artists and too many venues to count.
The International Women in Film Festival, a whisky tasting and an expert panel discussion all about women's health.
A community art night, a multidisciplinary performance centering Black creatives and a new skin exhibit at Science World
See comedian Sasha Mark at Just for Laughs Northwest on February 22.
A Matriarchal Indigenous Dance Festival, a documentary premiere highlighting rising stars in the Vancouver comedy scene and the VMF Winter Arts Festival.
Killjoy Comedy is available on OutTV starting February 14, and features queer and BIPOC Vancouver comedians.
A culinary seafood experience for a cause, world-class cocktails and a jazz concert series.
Discover LaSalle College Vancouver, a member of Canada’s oldest design education network, now with B.C.’s newest creative campus.
A celebration of poutine; a one-day-only, closed-loop fine-dining pop-up; and the final week of PuSh Festival
A motorcycle exhibition, Lunar New Year Tasting and experimental percussion and electronic concert.
Nikkei, I'm talking to you: go see this play at the Arts Club before February 12.
'Spawn,' a major new piece from prolific Vancouver writer and artist Douglas Coupland, was unveiled this afternoon.
Dance, food, circus, art and more to do this week in Vancouver.
A cannabis conference and trade show, Lunar New Year market and live Latin fusion music.
A celebrity impersonation drag show, ballroom dancing and a Mean Girls watchalong with comedians
Big spenders at the galas elevated the charities to new heights.
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A Winter Solstice concert, Anne of Green Gables musical and the 2nd annual Vancouver International Black Film Festival.
Jennifer Kim opened Nooroongji to put multilingualism, multiculturalism and literacy front and centre.
The plague years of AIDS in Vancouver’s West End are spotlighted on stage this winter.
How those little guilty-pleasure, made-for-TV movies get made—and become major players in B.C.’s film economy in the process.
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New West-based skater Cole Stanbra takes the stage in Disney on Ice's latest show, Road Trip Adventures.
This lawyer-turned-cartoonist is featured regularly in The New Yorker.
Shion Skye Carter’s "Residuals" takes audiences back to her grandparents' home in Japan.
According to author La Carmina, the devil is in the details (and the history).
An art crawl, oysters and a maverick art festival.
Live performances, an Italian gala and a city-wide croissant crawl.
The Five Vengeances is a story of love, honour and badass fights.
University Canada West offers a strong international network to allow professionals the chance to stay on top of global opportunities and collaboration.
Light Up Chinatown, Chutzpah Festival and late summer eats.
Stream it now and see how many Vancouver landmarks you can spot.
Binge the series in time for the September 4 finale.
The crowdfunded library is set to open in Chinatown September 2.
Here's how Alicia Keys managed to perform the most intimate stadium concert of the year
Michael Audain and his wife, Yoshiko Karasawa, have a long and rich history of supporting the arts in Vancouver.
Glam up and hit the town... bubbly and fireworks await in some surprising places.
Watch the final performance of the Vancouver Opera Festival's Russian White Nights in awe.
With a little bit of artistic vision, elbow grease and $35,000, even the dreariest of alleyways can get the makeover of a lifetime.
Demand for Chinese language classes and conversation clubs is at an all-time high
In a new series of massive portraits of newspaper presses at rest, photographer Brian Howell considers the state of modern labour and the fast fading twilight of a troubled industry
The head of the VAG has a $300 million vision for the gallery. Yes, she has her critics. No, there will be no compromise
At the heart of the ambitious renovation of the VanDusen Botanical Garden lives green-geek heaven
Like Billy Beane of Moneyball fame, Canucks GM Mike Gillis has taken an unconventional approach to creating a model sports franchise
President, Emily Carr University
Randy and Evi Quaid, who've applied for refugee status in Canada, believe a Hollywood cabal of "star whackers" is out to get them
SFU economist and climate change expert Mark Jacquard on Earth Hour, energy-efficient light bulbs, and our capacity for self-delusion
The digital billboards on the Burrard Bridge advertise not just corporate products but a First Nation determined to prosper
Thirty years after founding the legendary band D.O.A., Joe Keithley figures the system still sucks
At the start, few thought VANOC head John Furlong could pull off the 2010 Games. If only they'd realized the man had something to prove
With his friend and fellow activist K'naan, Vancouver producer Sol Guy harnesses the power of pop
Pamela Masik's quest to honour the missing women of the Downtown Eastside
The neighbourhood's survival is threatened by a polarized debate between the Old Guard and the Young Turks. But a new generation seeks a middle way
Adrenaline surging, I pedal down a syringe-dotted alley, trying to keep up with a notorious artists–or criminal, depending on your point of view–whose real name you'll probably never know
Michael Bublé has scaled the music business the old fashioned way; hard work, careful promotion, polished charm
Why's a Haida carver doing a burial totem for a controversial British artist? Because Damien Hirst asked him to