- Dreamgirls, May 9-July 7 at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage, 2750 Granville St., Vancouver. Tickets: $29-$70 at artsclub. com or 604-687-1644.
George Ellenton brings his Frankly Yours... Frank Sinatra tribute show to KinVillage Community Centre in Tsawwassen tomorrow evening.
LEONARDO DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan may shine in The Great Gatsby, but the jewelry is the real star of the show.
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SO I sat down, sucked a thumb, and wrote an ingenious screed that could have been titled The Hinge of Western Democracy: British Columbia's Provincial Election. . . .
Following successful auditions, nearly a dozen Fraser Valley Academy of Dance students have been accepted into professional divisions, spring seminars and summer ballet intensive programs around North America.
A New Westminster family embraced at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday - in the very spot where one of two bombs soon exploded.
It's nothing new, but Chilliwack has really hit New York City with Bria Skonberg, who one critic says "looks like a Scandinavian angel [or Thor's girlfriend], plays trumpet like a red hot devil, and sings like a dream."
A chef who has cooked in kitchens around the world and is considered one of Vancouver's top culinary stars is bringing his talents to River Market.
Sean L. Moore took to heart the results of his career survey back in the eighth grade - but really all it did was re-affirm his plans.
MOST sensible people are skeptical of so-called silver bullet theories that attempt to perfectly explain or solve massive, complex problems with one simple fact or solution.
Community-based policing and a regional force are not mutually exclusive ideas.
What do you call a group of freshmen at the Middlebury College in Vermont running around with an assortment of towels tied around their necks like capes and toting Swiffer mops?
Productions of Driving Miss Daisy, Boeing-Boeing and Chelsea Hotel: The songs of Leonard Cohen will be staged at Surrey Arts Centre next season.
We're already through the first two months of 2013, and the first weekend of March means spring can't be far away. It's time to get out and enjoy some new things to do in Burnaby. We're continuing with our popular feature - our staff's Top 5 (Or More) Things To Do This Weekend, and this week, there's a good mix of activities in the city.
I Am Woman! Hear Me Laff! is once again coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on March 8 with a whole new lineup of female comedians in this insanely funny show.
A teen musician from Langley will be setting foot on hallowed musical ground later this month.
They did the opposite of what most couples with young children do.
TWO Vancouver acts (Carly Rae Jepsen and Japandroids), and one who used to live on the West Coast but now calls Montreal home (Grimes), have made a big impact on the Village Voice's annual Pazz+Jop Critics Poll released last week.