Hot Art Wet City says Goodbye, Vancouver, with Bad People, and more

Folks at the 2016 CARDED! art party. Chris Bentzen/flickr photo.

Hot Art Wet City, one of the hippest galleries in the city, is closing. But there’s still plenty happening at the space on Main Street, at least until the end of this month.

From a final exhibit that features lurid, postcard-size art to the city’s most popular (and possibly only) amateur drawing night to an art-card trading show, Hot Art Wet City isn’t leaving quietly.

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Hot Art Wet City says Goodbye, Vancouver, with Bad People, and more

Top local comics make fun of wrestling clips!

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One of Vancouver’s best-kept comedy secrets is back. Wednesday night (April 27) at China Cloud (524 Main St.), two of Vancouver’s top comics make fun of wrestling in the semi-regular evening Ring a Ding Dong Dandy.

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Top local comics make fun of wrestling clips!

5 things you should know about the Laugh Gallery

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Laugh Gallery host Graham Clark

Those keen on comedy are probably familiar with the Laugh Gallery, a monthly event that brings together some of the top comedic talent this city (and country) has to offer. In its 13 years, the Laugh Gallery has taken on various incarnations – from a weekly show at El Cocal, to one-off events for New Years and the Vancouver Comedy Festival. It’s currently a monthly show at the Havana theatre, with the next one taking place on April 15. I spoke with host Graham Clark about the five things people need to know about this Vancouver comedic institution. Continue reading:
5 things you should know about the Laugh Gallery