Arts & Life
Paul Windsor hopes that his new painting series benefits patients at Vancouver General Hospital
For the first time in 13 years, Vancouverites celebrated St. Patrick's Day without a downtown parade.
A recent Studio 58 graduate already has a full work schedule, beginning with her first role out of school exploring children's theatre in a Dr. Seuss classic.
Gardens without water-saving systems will suffer the most during water shortages.
Making handmade soap is an option for vegetarians who prefer to use high quality bars that do not have animal-based ingredients.
The Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre’s new exhibit explores interactions between Canadians and Holocaust survivors during the end of the Second Word War and postwar era.
Reported by Violetta Kryak The Kerrisdale Figure Skating Club hosted its first carnival in 17 years on Saturday, March 11, at Kerrisdale Cyclone Taylor Arena to celebrate the end of winter. The carnival, named Around the World, told stories…
Learning to cope with the physical, social and mental effects of loss can become easier with yoga, especially if facing that grief is part of the practice.
Reported by Sasha Lakic Langara alumnus Carmen Aguirre is bringing The Refugee Hotel to Studio 58 to tell from first-hand experience what it means to be a refugee. The dark comedy takes place in a run-down hotel in Vancouver’s West End, and…
Reported by Evan Hagedorn With family-run restaurants a signature of South Vancouver, many patrons and business owners alike are watching nervously as the personal touch is being lost in many surrounding areas. Many owners of family…