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Main Street Magazine Tour promises to be a real page turner

Main Street Magazine Tour promises to be a real page turner

Workshops, walking and trashy readings enliven literary event

New on DVD

From sci-fi to comedy to bro-mance, Paul has something for everyone

The Help puts polished sheen on turbulent times

Oprah book club favourite gets worthy big screen adaptation
'Under-heard' voices emerge at Vancouver Queer Film Festival

'Under-heard' voices emerge at Vancouver Queer Film Festival

Tales of street orphans, drag queen superheroes screen at annual event

Stoners battle zombies in Bong of the Dead

$5,000 pipe dream blazes onto silver screen
Haiku gladiators not afraid to fight dirty

Haiku gladiators not afraid to fight dirty

16 competitors, 17 syllables, one winner

VPD officer pens thrilling page-turner

Simon & Schuster Reviewed by Carolyn Cooke Author Sean Slater, otherwise known as Vancouver Police Department Detective Constable Sean Sommerville, crashes onto the thriller scene with a very readable first effort called The Survivor.
Symphony backs Sarah McLachlan for MusicFest opener

Symphony backs Sarah McLachlan for MusicFest opener

Pop superstar teams with VSO for 11th annual feast of global music

Cowboys & Aliens lassos provocative premise and little else

Sci-fi western all twit, no grit
Powell Street Festival marks milestone

Powell Street Festival marks milestone

Japanese-Canadian culture fest celebrates 35th birthday