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Justice, fiction and Canada

Darryl Hopkins was a mild-mannered guy. As mild-mannered as anyone who’d spent two tours of duty – one with Special Forces – in the quagmire of Vietnam could be.

The Naked Truth

Exotic entertainment may not be right for new Whistler A new bylaw and provincial liquor law could change the way we look at public nudity — literally.

Disturb the equilibrium

New York trio takes underground hip hop in a new direction WHO: The Anti-Pop Consortium WHERE: Garfinkel’s WHEN: Wednesday, Jan.

Maxed out -In the sober light of the new year

I think it was one of those sage eastern philosophers – Confucius, or maybe his brother – who said, "Never strike back in anger.

New Zagat Survey published

The answer to the age old question of "where to eat?" was recently updated with the publishing of the Zagat Survey 2000/2001 Vancouver Restaurant Guide.

Maestro's message getting through

(these eyes) seen a lot of shame in the game (these eyes) seen a lot of pain with the fame (these eyes) seen a lot of highs and lows, but that's just the way life goes (these eyes) seen my name written in lights (these eyes) I seen a lot of things in

Going Blind see light at the end of the tunnel

WHO: Going Blind’s CD release party WHERE: The Boot Pub WHEN: Jan.

Folk dancers begin new season

Zorba, Pata Pata, Troika, La Raspa, the Maple Leaf Stomp, the Swede-Finn Mixer, the Romanian Medley and many other dances from around the world return as the Squamish International Folk Dancers begin another season of moving to ethnic music.

James returns to pop/rock with Fuse

WHO: Colin James with special guests Sharkskin WHERE: Whistler Conference Centre WHEN: Saturday, January 20 COST: $32.


"Space – the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. It’s continuing mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.