Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

How Hallmark Movies Get Made

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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The Philanthropist

Michael Audain and his wife, Yoshiko Karasawa, have a long and rich history of supporting the arts in Vancouver.

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Photographing the Printing Press

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

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Staying Alive

Randy and Evi Quaid, who've applied for refugee status in Canada, believe a Hollywood cabal of "star whackers" is out to get them

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Mark Jaccard Talks Climate Change

SFU economist and climate change expert Mark Jacquard on Earth Hour, energy-efficient light bulbs, and our capacity for self-delusion

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Ring Master

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

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The Real Thing

With his friend and fellow activist K'naan, Vancouver producer Sol Guy harnesses the power of pop

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Lost & Found

Pamela Masik's quest to honour the missing women of the Downtown Eastside

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Chinatown Syndrome

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

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The Artful Dodger

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

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King of Croon

Michael Bublé has scaled the music business the old fashioned way; hard work, careful promotion, polished charm

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Buried Alive

Why's a Haida carver doing a burial totem for a controversial British artist? Because Damien Hirst asked him to