Matt Webb discusses being part of Mariannas Trench and making music in Canada.
At a special screening of Kissed, Steven Lee speaks to the director about the film, her process, and what it takes to be a filmmaker.
Fantastic comedy about two opposites and a Pollack painting.
More cheeseball dueling guitar solos than any audience should be asked to put up with.
There’s plenty to get angry about this week: Johnson and Johnson, Officer 728, and how we handle complaints about doctors.
Win a pair of tickets to see Five Alarm Funk at Quai des Brumes. Enter by June 19.
A weekly round-up of all the news you should have heard about — Ft. Mc Murray, missing hot property bees, and nude Vancouverites.
Need a reason to see Sketchfest? We’ve got five big ones.
“You can’t be a word nerd and not into poetry,” Rabbit says. We want to send this slam poet to the Verses Festival. Find out more here.
First the bad news, and then the really bad news.
Darren Henwood hosts some Vancouver comedians you don’t want to miss.
Have you ever heard of an anaesthesiologist hosting a group of underground punk bands, at his own expense, from half way around the world? Tokyo sure has!
Boundary crossing film festival presents films focused on LGBT themes from different countries, but with a special focus on Latin America and Canada this year.
Greg Bevis, drummer for Vancouver band Bear Mountain, talks about his new solo project Holy Oker and its debut EP
Dawn Pemberton’s new album is as light and as warm as July. Close your eyes, listen, and forget it’s November.
Interview with One Bad Son’s Adam Grant on touring, songwriting and the modern day rock star
Carey Mercer of Frog Eyes talks about the hard road he tread en route to making Carey’s Lament and about the ecological and social problems Canada faces.