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Verses Festival of Words
by Maegan Thomas
CJSF sponsors the Verses Festival of Words on now until April 12. Verses celebrates the transformative power of words – written, spoken or sung. Verses takes place annually at venues clustered around East Vancouver’s Commercial Drive. This cultural district is the heart of Vancouver’s spoken word community. “I love that Verses...brings together so many different styles of poetry and such an array of voices and talents.” Evelyn Lau, Vancouver's Poet Laureate continued...
by Gerilee McBride
How many dead Elvises does it take to make one good story? Mesopotamia by Arthur Nersesian Reviewed by Gerilee McBride is available through Akashic Books, 2010 for $15.95 USD continued...
The world of the West End
by Frieda Werden
CJSF volunteer, Frieda Werden reviews Roy Innes' West End Murders... continued...
Michio Kaku’s Physics of the Impossible
by Irma Arkus
Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist has just released his new book, “Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel.” CJSF volunteer, Irma Arkus, reviews… continued...
Henry Rollins: Punk’s Cool Uncle Has a Lot to Say, so Shut Up and Listen
by Scott Wood
On Tuesday October 30th, Scott Wood, host of the interview show, came to see Henry Rollins holler at the Vancouver Centre for the Performing Arts. continued...