The first day back in the office after a long weekend always feels like a bleary return to reality. Except now with the added pressure of getting five days’ work done in four days.
Did you rest? Drink some soup? Watch the wind storm knock over a powerline? Stay up too late and have trouble readjusting to the waking world of a nine to five? All great ways to spend a long weekend. Or, as it should be known, a regular-length weekend. When will we finally make Garfield proud and abolish Mondays?
Celebrities Nightclub marks 115 years of nurturing Vancouver’s nightlife scene
People are taking cruises to Vancouver in record numbers, and our ocean is paying the price
SPONSORED BY JAPAN MARKET
Spread holiday cheer for a great cause!
The Annual Christmas Market hosted by Japan Market at UBC Robson Square will be held on December 2 Sat and December 3 Sunday from 10am-5pm.
It's the perfect time to shop for unique Japanese-style Christmas gifts from over 90 vendors! There will be food, crafts, art, apparel and a wide variety of Japanese goods .
There will be Japanese cultural entertainment and workshops such as sword fighting and taiko drumming collaboration, Kimono show, music and dance workshops.
Can’t-miss artists at the Eastside Culture Crawl
Review: Moneen are happy with who they are right now
SPONSORED BY NEW WORKS
Grab tickets for The Biting School World Premiere
'Zahak, The Serpent King' tells the story of Power, Passion, and the Quest for Freedom. Inspired by this Persian myth, directors Aryo and Arash Khakpour invite audiences into a mesmerizing world of physical theatre, dance, surrealist imagery, slippery snakes and transformation. Don't miss this upcoming World Premiere - grab tickets now!
Eating my way through Lebanon helped me process my grief
SPONSORED BY UBCP/ACTRA
UBCP/ACTRA Awards celebrating Canadian talent
The UBCP/ACTRA Awards honour outstanding achievements in film, television, and radio by Canadian performers. Recognizing excellence in acting, these awards celebrate the talent, dedication, and creativity of actors, bringing together industry professionals to applaud exceptional performances. We highlight the diverse and vibrant contributions of Canadian artists to the entertainment world.
Max the Dog narrates this touring Broadway adaptation of the classic Dr. Seuss story. [$59.50+]
The lives of one small BC town's residents are upended when a sensational tragedy strikes their beloved community theatre. [$7+]
Join Massy Arts, Massy Books, and Cormorant Books in celebrating the launch of Magdaragat: An Anthology of Filipino-Canadian Writing with editors CE Gatchalian, Teodoro Alcuitas, and Patria Rivera. [Free]
The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival brings six shows, five speakers, and 25 films to the Centennial Theatre and the Rio Theatre. [$15]
Check out handcrafted wares from local artisans, including jewelry, pottery, decor, apparel, cards, soaps, homewares, and more. [Free]
Watch Sam Shepard’s and Patti Smith’s Cowboy Mouth (1971) followed by local live music from a different artist each night. [$28.52]
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