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Team Canada goes to battle at the International Culinary Olympics in Germany

Team Canada goes to battle at the International Culinary Olympics in Germany

If you ever wanted to get a read on Vancouver’s dining scene, a recent rehearsal for Culinary Team Canada 2016 at Earls Yaletown Loft more than obliged.
Climber Brette Harrington brings elevated perspective to Reel Rock adventure series

Climber Brette Harrington brings elevated perspective to Reel Rock adventure series

“I literally just got back to the ground,” says Brette Harrington, when reached on the phone last Wednesday.
Wartime-set Flare Path sheds light on bygone era

Wartime-set Flare Path sheds light on bygone era

Flare Path is an odd choice for the Slamming Door Artist Collective, which mounted Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House in the fall of 2015 in the same venue with many of the same actors.
Keener shines in adaptation of Carol Shields’ final novel

Keener shines in adaptation of Carol Shields’ final novel

In Unless, a woman grapples with the sudden departure of her seemingly happy college-aged daughter, who is discovered on the streets of Toronto several weeks later, mute and virtually catatonic.
Important but sterile Denial takes on real life Holocaust denier court case

Important but sterile Denial takes on real life Holocaust denier court case

Methodically constructed and seamlessly executed, Denial delineates the 1996 court case between American author Deborah Lipstadt and debunked British historian/Holocaust denier David Irving.
It takes time, but The Flick is profound and daring theatre

It takes time, but The Flick is profound and daring theatre

Arts Club’s production of Annie Baker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play unfolds and impresses in real time
4 things to do in Vancouver: Oct. 6 to Oct. 12, 2016

4 things to do in Vancouver: Oct. 6 to Oct. 12, 2016

1. It’s a road movie, it’s a love story, it’s Shia LeBeouf in a mangy rattail, it’s a special presentation at the Vancouver International Film Festival .
VIFF: Music docs focus on jazz trumpeter, search for Delta bluesmen

VIFF: Music docs focus on jazz trumpeter, search for Delta bluesmen

The Vancouver International Film Festival runs until Oct. 14. Details at viff.org . I Called Him Morgan Oct. 6 at the Rio Theatre, Oct.
Helen & Edgar paints an unusual but loving family portrait

Helen & Edgar paints an unusual but loving family portrait

The miracle of Helen & Edgar is that novelist, poet and playwright Edgar Oliver not only survived his very peculiar childhood but went on to turn life with his mad mother Louise Gibson Oliver and his one-and-a-half-year older sister Helen into theatr
VIFF: RiverBlue tracks ecological cost of fashion

VIFF: RiverBlue tracks ecological cost of fashion

Vancouver International Film Festival presents world premiere of new documentary