Shifting Ice - Chapter 17: Ghost That Lingers

Chapter 17 of Jared Vaillancourt’s Shifting Ice.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen’s got Talent: Cruel Young Heart

Kwantlen students Mark Armstrong and Adrian Talons make up local band Cruel Young Heart.... Continue Reading

Review: relay at the Cultch

The show, which ran from Jan. 25-29, started off like a suburban garage sale—used metal trinkets, dirty glasses and transistor radios were sprawled across an elongated table... Continue Reading

Sophia Coppola’s new film entertains but falls short Somewhere

It has been close to five years now since Sophia Coppola’s post modern biopic, Marie Antoinette, hit the theatres.... Continue Reading

Album Dust-Off: MC 5’s Kick Out The Jams

Todd Easterbrook, sonic archaeologist, brings you his latest finds from his excursions into ancient record bins–every week, only on Album Dust-Off.... Continue Reading

25 cent peep shows: strange as they sound

This is Jeff Groat. He’s the Runner’s sex columnist. He has only one qualification for the job: his last name sounds like a dirty word. That’s good enough for us. ... Continue Reading

Going green between the sheets

Kwantlen students of the world, it is time to get it on a la Marvin Gaye while giving some love to the environment.... Continue Reading

Science Fiction’s unique characters make for unusual lifestyles

Over the years, society has changed to accept a broader view of sexuality, from the traditional and child-bearing heterosexual to the sensuous and colourful homosexual, and everything in between.... Continue Reading

Top Queer hot spots in Vancouver

Vancouver’s gay and drag culture goes beyond the nightclub scene and has established a rapport for the best hangouts and hot spots in the gay community. Here are some of the top hot spots we recommend that have made their mark in the city.... Continue Reading

The King’s Speech makes the king

Prince Albert was a terrible speaker, too. He stammered constantly. How was a Prince supposed to overcome this condition and lead a nation against Hitler?... Continue Reading

Agokwe celebrates two-spirited First Nations

Nanabush, the trickster in many First Nation’s storytelling, threads together the tale of two young men battling with their sexuality, while giving context to the influence of Western influence on the changing attitudes towards homosexuality in the one-man play Agokwe.... Continue Reading

Black Swan not just another Hollywood dance flick

The best way to describe Black swan is that it is a psychological, and at times, psychedelic, ballet thriller.... Continue Reading

Kwantlen’s got talent: “Kalvonix” Tiu

Kwantlen student Calvin “Kalvonix” Tiu, born prematurely with a series of health complications, just wanted to grow up “normal”. Instead, became a successful young rapper with a perspective different from your average university student.... Continue Reading

One night in Bangkok was almost too much

My initial dislike of Bangkok started quickly after my flight from Seoul, South Korea.... Continue Reading

Kristi’s top 5 anticipated albums

Considering the amount of fucking awesome albums released last year, being 2011 is probably like dating a dude whose ex was the queen of blowjobs. Here are five of the most (potentially) awesome albums coming out this year:... Continue Reading