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Everyday 'R2D2' machines come to life in Burnaby show première

Everyday 'R2D2' machines come to life in Burnaby show première

An experimental theatre company imagines what would happen if domestic machines came to life and told their stories.
Photos: The Spiderwick Chronicles films at Burnaby's Deer Lake

Photos: The Spiderwick Chronicles films at Burnaby's Deer Lake

A beautiful film set captures the spooky essence of fairies and goblins.
Photographer freeze-frames impermanent street art

Photographer freeze-frames impermanent street art

Local Burnaby photographer, Barbara-Lynn Pollard, will participate in the sixth annual Vancouver Outsider Arts festival from Oct. 14 to Oct. 16.
Inuit-style throat singing coming to Burnaby theatre on Oct. 13

Inuit-style throat singing coming to Burnaby theatre on Oct. 13

Experience the hauntingly beautiful songs of PIQSIQ, a duo of musician sisters from Yellowknife, N.W.T.
Teacher-disciple sitarists reunite for Burnaby concert

Teacher-disciple sitarists reunite for Burnaby concert

Sitarist Sharanjeet Singh Mand will perform with his teacher, Pandit Dr. Harvinder Sharma, on Oct. 2 to perform Indian classical music.
Burnaby’s own Michael Bublé hosts an evening of song in Vancouver

Burnaby’s own Michael Bublé hosts an evening of song in Vancouver

Sway with him – Bublé is back in town to croon this Saturday, as he tours for his new album Higher.
Ghostly greetings as Burnaby welcomes residents for a spooktacular Halloween

Ghostly greetings as Burnaby welcomes residents for a spooktacular Halloween

For the first-time in B.C., Halloween attraction Pumpkins After Dark features over 6,000 handcrafted pumpkins by Canadian artists to provide a family treat
Photos: Burnaby Mountain, UniverCity, SFU celebrate StreetFest!

Photos: Burnaby Mountain, UniverCity, SFU celebrate StreetFest!

Check out a photo gallery from SFU StreetFest!
How upcycled waste becomes art at Burnaby gallery

How upcycled waste becomes art at Burnaby gallery

The artists of ReVision: The Art of Recycling are making a point about climate change — with whimsy, humour and fun.
Burnaby dance studio welcomes young dancers for full-year program

Burnaby dance studio welcomes young dancers for full-year program

Burnaby non-profit brings back programs for dancers aged 6 to 18 after a long break during the pandemic.
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