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I Had a Dream that You Were Mine — Hamilton Leithauser and Rostam Batmanglij By Rita Ovis Hamilton Leithauser pulled away from his band The Walkmen and joined forces with Rostam Batmanglij — a multi-instrumentalist formerly from Vampire Weekend — to create a brand new, and quite unique musical duo. Their album, I Had A […]

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Stuff We Like and Stuff We Don’t Like

Stuff We Like — The Night Manager By Tessa Perkins Good looking people, even better looking locations, and chilling suspense make The Night Manager an incredible miniseries. Tom Hiddleston plays Jonathan Pine, a seemingly non-threatening night manager at a hotel in Cairo. It turns out that Pine is a former British soldier and is recruited […]

Sexuality can be difficult to understand, but by pushing against what is deemed "normal" can we begin to understand sexuality. Oil Pressure Vibrator does just that, challenge what is "normal."

PuSh International Performing Arts Festival 2017: Preview

The 13th year of this diverse festival of performing arts from near and far is once again presenting a variety of innovative dance, theatre, and music to entertain and inspire all types of audiences. PuSh runs from January 16 to February 5 in theatres across Vancouver. Here are some top festival picks: Best show for […]

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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY

Follow The Peak on Spotify to stay up to date on New Music Friday. “Doing Good” – Milky Chance Jessica Pickering: Hipster, indie, boring. I literally forgot I was listening to this. (I mean I got distracted by a Facebook video, BUT STILL.) Paloma Pendharkar: This song catches the ear right away with that poppy […]

Not only can Bo Burnham make you laugh, he can also sum up how you feel about 2016 and its human counterparts — straight white males with problems — in one look.

2016’s best comedy specials

Let’s be honest, 2016 was anything but funny. The world is a giant mess and it’s not magically going to get better in the New Year. So let’s look back on when comedians tried to make the best of a really bad situation because maybe that’ll make us all feel better for, like, a millisecond. […]

There’s no doubt that 2016 was a frustrating year, but with the beautiful world of The Witness, the puzzle-based game proved to be the best kind of frustrating.

The best video games of 2016

By all measures, 2016 was a good year for gamers. Much as I would’ve liked to try them all, I didn’t get around to some of my most anticipated games — still, I was able to try out some of the year’s best and brightest, all of which stick out in my memory for one […]

“Formation” has become an iconic song, and Beyoncé giving the world the finger captures how most people feel about 2016. Bring it on 2017.

Best albums of 2016

If 2016 were a movie, it would be a blockbuster disaster movie with a perfectly peculiar soundtrack. Artists ignored the boundaries of genre, creating pieces that showcased their progression and vulnerabilities as artists and people. So I tried to put myself in the shoes of a music director and tried to curate a soundtrack for […]

2016 might have been the year of men with bad hair. Peter Simonischek in Toni Erdmann donned his wig for pure comedic effect.

The best movies you probably didn’t see in 2016

Hurt and healing, dependency and recovery; these were the subjects of my favorite films from 2016, a year where cinema was not simply art or entertainment, but a form of sustenance, a means to keep on keeping on. But if these films are of any value, it’s because they’re more about feelings than answers, less […]

2016 was a big year for the girls of Fifth Harmony, not only did Camila Cabello leave the group, it also made it on to our list of worst songs with "Work from Home."

The worst songs of 2016

“Me Too” – Meghan Trainor Meghan Trainor’s “Me Too” is the most painful thing I heard in 2016 — and that’s being nice. The chorus is just “If I was you, I’d wanna be me too” repeated multiple times. Did Trainor sit down with her producers and think, “You know what would be a great […]

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The broke-ass student’s holiday gift guide

Jessica’s present picks: $30-Netflix gift card For the poor student Every student needs Netflix. Let your favourite starving student continue to procrastinate without the cost. $30, Best Buy A collage photo frame For your parents If there’s one thing your parents love, it’s you. Buy a collage photo frame and fill it with pictures of […]

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