Audacious and Capricious deal with religious prejudice, eating disorders, drinking, and quite a bit of sex.
“I think a lot of us are still working right up until the end, and seeing where it ends up. The Belkin is flexible at letting us do what we need to do.”
The event will feature appetizers, a photo booth, live music and -- perhaps most appealing of all -- an open bar.
Food Non-Fiction can often be found in iTunes’ New and Noteworthy section, alongside shows from established media companies like America’s Test Kitchen and Eater magazine.
Dances for a Small Stage –- a Vancouver-based dance series known for its distinctive performances –- will take its aesthetic cues from Weimar Cabaret.
Originating in 2013 as a yacht party for graduating students (“Lucky Lady IV” being the name of the yacht), the event has since broadened its ambitions.
“Food has reached a kind of cultural stature now that makes it seem like a real contribution to urban life to allow these food trucks. It’s really about food and what we think food does.”
In time, the UBC Rare Books hopes to use the newly rediscovered papyri as the beginning of an Egyptology collection.
From September 8-11, Coffee for Commuters representatives will greet students as they arrive on campus with free coffee, snacks and a special pick-me-up playlist.
If you like your Canadian politics with a side of jazz hands, then Just Watch Me: A Time Travelling Trudeau Musical might be the Fringe show for you.
Each textbook is produced by a single publisher, which means that these publishers can pretty much set their prices as high as they want.
The result: an adult-sized tricycle/mobile ticket booth, otherwise known as the Arts Ticket Trike.
The movie concludes with Williams’ funeral, and a spontaneous group rendition of the movie’s namesake song, “I Saw the Light”. It’s another moment that would be almost unbearably melodramatic, if it weren’t for the fact that it actually happened.
Before there was Youtube, there was television. Before there was television, there was film. And before there was film, there was Eadweard Muybridge, who created the first moving pictures in the 19th century through stop-motion photography.
Writing papers as an undergraduate can often feel anticlimactic. After spending long weeks on research and writing, the final product often languishes in a file folder (or a Google drive), never to be seen again. But it doesn’t have to be this way.