Five BC musical acts performed on the O’Neill Plaza lawn Saturday afternoon for the Music Guild and CAB’s Fall Showcase.
Acclaimed Irish writer Éilís Ní Dhuibhne sits down with BC Professor James Smith to discuss the inspirations and innovations of her latest collection of short stories.
‘The Witches’ is guaranteed to entertain all ages this coming Halloween season.
‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’ directors discuss fictional film horrors and their real-life counterparts embedded in modern-day injustices.
Death Valley Girls new album crumbles under the weight of its trite pseudo-provocation and self-serious antics.
Duo Sylvan Esso’s third album, with its folk-electronica sound and musing lyrics, provides the perfect soundtrack for late night dancing.
‘Kajillionaire’ is a fiercely original, at times hilarious, addition to the indie film canon.
Sufjan Stevens’ New Age-inspired ‘Aporia’ is a departure from his previous work, and perhaps a tad too adventurous for his generally open-minded fans.