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Review: Vertical Influences is a stunning combination of figure skating and dance

The cast of Le Patin Libre’s Vertical Influences may bristle at the very idea, but even the Russian judge would give this skating/dance hybrid...
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Le Patin Libre wants to unite the world one Salchow at a time

Alexandre Hamel is on a mission to unite the world through ice skating. Founder of the Montreal-based Le Patin Libre (literally "The Skate Free" in...
Todd Houseman and Ben Gorodetsky brings together Cree storytelling, Chekhovian character drama and spontaneous comedy in Folk Lordz at this year's Chutzpah! Festival

Chutzpah! Fest brings the heat this winter

This winter may be cold, but that doesn't mean it's a season to stay home. The Chutzpah! Festival, the Lower Mainland’s biggest winter music, dance,...
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Review: Cavalia’s Odysseo is an amazing display of man and horse

It is difficult not to make comparisons to that other French Canadian company who sets up their own big-top tent on the shores of...
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10 things you probably didn’t know about Cavalia’s Odysseo

Anyone crossing the Cambie Street Bridge recently will have noticed the large white tent now fully raised on the south shore of False Creek....
Branislav Henselmann leaves Ballet BC to lead city's cultural services department. Photo by Michael Slobodian.

Branislav Henselmann to head-up Vancouver’s cultural services department

Ballet BC's Branislav Henselmann has been tapped to head up Vancouver's cultural services department. In a press release, the City of Vancouver announced the appointment of...
New Westminster's Massey Theatre will begin offering an arts program for Syrian children, designed to explore arts and culture through the lens of moving to Canada.

Exploring arts and culture through the lens of moving to Canada

New Westminster's Massey Theatre will begin offering an arts program for Syrian children, designed to explore arts and culture through the lens of moving...
Poetry in Transit celebrates twenty years. Photo: The Association of Book Publishers of British Columbia.

Poetry in Transit celebrates 20 years

Vancouverites talk about Vancouver’s transit system about as much as they do about the weather. Usually not in glowing terms. This year though there...

Museum of Vancouver explores the art of collecting

What makes a collector? According to Museum of Vancouver contemporary issues curator, Viviane Gosselin, it is often much more than just an obsession. There are...

2016 Queer Arts Festival celebrates the Stonewall riots

The Stonewall riots of 1969 are largely considered to be one of the single most important events of the gay rights movement. While the effects of the violent...

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