Titanic rising, Weyes Blood's fourth album, comes out today on Sub Pop. She will play St. James Hall in Vancouver on May 17.
Assistive technologies have helped bring many people with disabilities into sports. These opportunities are growing for local athletes, and is the focus of a UBC panel happening next week.
When business student Ben Newman was sick recently, he stayed home to recover and got a range of contradictory opinions from his instructors on whether or not he was too ill to be in school.
The city of Vancouver is expanding its programming to attract more women to the game of golf in an effort to rekindle interest in the sport — and boost attendance at its three championship golf courses, which are all located in south…
The ability of podcasts to create a sense of friendship between the listener and the host is uniting local communities of listeners, says the leader of a local podcast club.
Produced by Nathan Durec In the fifth episode of Voice Radio, web editor Patrick Penner and social media editor Kirsten Clarke preview stories that will appear in the March 14 issue of The Voice. This podcast features Maxim Fossey's story…
Small business owners can now easily access demographic data organized by neighbourhood to help them figure out where to set up shop, according to the head of the Marpole Business Improvement Area.
A designated place to snooze around campus could be what post-secondary students need as midterms approach and stress levels rise.
Public art has a cost to taxpayers, but projects that feature the art of students in busy places like SkyTrain stations can be a huge opportunity, said a former Langara art student.
A Langara basketball player went from benchwarmer to MVP after the former star was sidelined because of an injury.