It’s been a tough week for the local music community here in Vancouver. With the introduction of a new liquor policy affecting all-ages shows at venues and the sad news of the closing of the Waldorf, the arts have been dealt a heavy blow.
Spreading like wildfire among musicians and music-loversVancouver's Arts and Culture Scene Hit Hard
It's that time of year again, Fright Nights at PNE's Playland in Vancouver is now officially open for the Halloween season. From October 14 to 31, experience a night of freaky, horrific, and terrifying events hosted at the theme park. With five haunted houses, random escapee axe murderes and monstersFright Nights at Vancouver's Playland
Youth who are fortunate enough to grow up with and have access to computers and the Internet have a space to generate their own content, and not just continue to be consumers of it. They can be producers. The Internet contributes to our participatory media system, one that the youthYouth and Web 2.0: How does it affect us?
Local act Tommy Alto is the moniker of frontman Tom Vander Kam who creates indie rock/alternative pop alongside his bandmates Benjamin Klassen (guitar/vocals), Paul Engles (bass/vocals), and Brian Shannon (drums).
The driving motives for the project were once of a playfully cliché nature (playing guitar to get girls) until it grewTommy Alto: Gentleman of Immense Talent and Hilarity
Woo! 2011 is over and what a year it has been! The Youth of the Months, or YOMs as we like to call them, have truly done some damage on my emotions throughout this year. I can personally say that this show has exposed me to some of Vancouver's mostYouth of the Months of 2011
Volunteering, working, studying to be a doctor, Co-Founder of a fundraising organization, religious and yet still has time to be a social butterfly! Adam Stich is the ideal example of a balanced guy. Studying Animal Biology in his third year at the University of British Columbia as one can imagineOctober 2011: Adam Stich