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04 Oct 2016

Laurent Craste

When most of us see a classical decorative vase from Europe, we think of crumbly mansions, royal tea parties and precarious museum exhibits. When Laurent Craste sees a classical decorative vase from Europe, he thinks of axes, icepicks, nooses and baseball bats. What did porcelain ever do to this Montreal-based

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02 Oct 2016

Psycho

When an expert panel at The Guardian rated the Top Film Soundtracks of all time, Bernard Herrmann’s Psycho came in at number two. 1. The Wizard of Oz Composer: Herbert Stothart. Songs by Harold Arlen / EY Harburg (1939) 2. Psycho Bernard Herrmann (1959) 3. Star Wars John Williams (1977)

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30 Sep 2016

Monica Reyes Q/A

Monica Reyes is a vibrant figure in the Vancouver arts community. As Founder of Back Gallery Project, she is a passionate advocate for her artists, some of whom you will see represented below. Reyes and a talented group from her gallery attracted much attention at the Seattle Art Fair this year. Reyes is also

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27 Sep 2016

Meringue Buttons

It is the kind of bakery where Mums and Dads still bring their kids after school to get a cookie. Will that be a Bird’s Nest, an Iced Flower or an Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk? Moore’s Bakery is also known for their particularly delicious sweet meringue. The full-sized meringues still have crunch,

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25 Sep 2016

Douglas, Jungen, Magor + Wall

They have been filming quietly around town: Hogan’s Alley, The Sea Wall, East Cordova, up to the Okanagan, back down to Kits Point. Curiosity has been surging and now, finally, the release date is here. PBS has just screened the Vancouver episode of their Peabody-award winning series: Art in the Twenty-First Century. “Art 21,” says narrator Claire

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