A preview of the art exhibit The Performative Lens.
When hunger strikes but you just can’t put your finger on what will hit the spot, Lunchography is there to help.
Get ready for April Fools with these tried and true practical jokes
Greystone Theatre has already sold out all showings of its third play of the semester, and the play hasn’t even opened yet.
Enchanting indie folk artist Ingrid Gatin is dropping by Vangelis March 23 as part of her cross-country tour.
Two missing canvasses in a three-by-four grid of paintings might make Donna Bilyk’s MFA exhibit Traces seem incomplete, but the blank spots are integral to her show.
Horrific yet compelling, The Impossible been deemed by many reviewers as one of the best films of 2012. However, it may be a little too much. There’s no breathing room in the film’s 114-minute run time, leaving audience members clenching their armrests and hard-pressed to look at the screen.
Electronic music fans in Saskatoon have a new home. Vangelis Tavern launched Synaptic Mondays on Jan. 14. The open mic event is the city’s only weekly showcase of electronic music.
Japanese animation giant Studio Ghibli has taken a page from Disney’s book and stepped into the world of video games.
For the second year in what will hopefully become a long running tradition, student group We The Artists will showcase their work Jan. 19 at TCU Place. The event, also known as We The Artists, presents art, music and drama from students all across campus.