You are currently browsing the hotpz.com posts tagged: published news upcoming news submit a new story groups sport fishing license


Westcoast Listings Restaurants|Music|Stage|Entertainment|Playground|and more – Vancouver Sun

RESTAURANT LISTINGS

A list of restaurants recommended and anonymously visited by Sun restaurant critic Mia Stainsby. Prices are per couple for three courses, with a glass of wine each, before tip and taxes.

$ means $50 or less

$$ means $50 to $100

$$$ means more than $100

- REGIONAL/CONTEMPORARY

Bishop’s ” A leader in sustainability. Excellent service. 2183 West Fourth Ave., 604-738-2025. $$$

Bin 942 ” Creative, delectable tapas dishes. 1521 West Broadway, 604-734-9421. $$/$$$

Boneta ” An ambitious chef behind a constantly changing menu, some dishes reaching the sublime. 1 West Cordova St., 604-684-1844. $$/$$$

Brix ” Large tapas selection, large selection of wines by the glass. 1138 Homer St., 604-915-9463. $$/$$$

Cafeteria ” Constantly changing bistro-style menu. Very good value. 2702 Main St., 778-317-3783. $$

DB Bistro Moderne ” Daniel Boulud’s casual side and that includes a $28 luxury burger. 2563 West Broadway, 604-739-7115. $$/$$$

The Diamond ” A saloon-like room in a heritage building. Great cocktails and an eclectic, Asianinflected menu. 6 Powell St., info@diamond. com (no phone). $/$$

Grub ” Modest little spot that delivers a lot. Blackboard menu changes constantly. 4328 Main St., 604-876-8671. $$

L’Abattoir ” Firing on all cylinders with food/ service/ambience. Refined, creative regional dishes. 217 Carrall St., 604-568-1701. $$/$$$

Market by Jean-Georges ” Astonishingly good value for Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s food. Shangri-La Hotel, 1115 Alberni St., 604-695-1115. $$/$$$

Pair Bistro ” “Locovore” ingredients, wine and art. 3769 West 10th Ave., 604-224-7211. $$

Refuel ” Comfort food of the highest order. Artisanal meat cuts. 1944 West Fourth Ave., 604-288-7905. $$/$$$

Two Chefs And A Table ” Good value seasonal cuisine in edgy part of Railtown. 305 Alexander St., 778-233-1303. $$

West ” One of the finest restaurants in Vancouver. 2881 Granville St., 604-738-8938. $$$

- ITALIAN

Cioppino’s Mediterranean Grill ” Finest Italian cuisine with a light touch. 1133 Hamilton St., 604-688-7466. $$$

Italian Kitchen ” A modern Italian kitchen. Luscious spag with truffle cream/Kobe meatballs. 1037 Alberni St., 604-687-2858. $$

La Buca ” Neighbourhood trattoria. A cut above. 4025 McDonald St., 604-730-6988. $$

La Quercia ” The two chef/owners offer great quality Italian soul food. 3689 West Fourth Ave., 604-676-1007. $$

Nook ” Lively spot with a streamlined menu of good pizza and pasta. 781 Denman St., 604-568-4554. $/$$

- CHINESE

Imperial Seafood ” Fine Cantonese food, (expensive) in the lovely Marine Building. 355 Burrard St., 604-688-8191. $$/$$$

Kirin Seafood ” Exquisite Cantonese food. City Square, 555 West 12th Ave., 604-879-8038. $$

Sun Sui Wah ” Oft touted as best Chinese food in city. 3888 Main St., 604-872-8822. $$

Szechuan Chongqing ” An institution for those who love the incendiary fare. 2808 Commercial Dr., 604-254-7434. $

- JAPANESE

Ajisai Sushi Bar ” Small neighbourhood spot with sushi that sings. 2081 West 42nd Ave., 604-266-1428. $

Hapa Izakaya ” Get it on with izakaya food. 1479 Robson St., 604-689-4272 and 1516 Yew St., 604-738-4272. $$

Miko Sushi ” Dependably fresh sushi; a cheery place that for some reason, attracts a lot of NHL players. 1335 Robson Street, 604-681-0339. $$

Tojo’s “The topper in this category. Japanese food at its best. 1133 West Broadway. 604-872-8050. $$$

Toshi Sushi ” Tiny place always packed for the fresh, tasty sushi. 181 East 16th Ave., 604-874-5173. $/$$

Yuji’s ” Expect the unexpected. Food takes some creative turns. 2059 West Fourth Ave., 604-734-4990. $$

- FRENCH/BELGIAN

La Brasserie ” A bistro blend of French and German. Lip-smacking. 1091 Davie St., 604-568-6499. $$

Chambar ” Modern Belgian food. Hot hipster scene. Chef has cooked in a three-star Michelin restaurant. 562 Beatty St., 604-879-7119. $$/$$$

Le Crocodile ” Refined French, incredible wines, solid service. 909 Burrard St., 604-669-4298. $$$

Le Faux Bourgeois ” A little bit of Paris in East Van. 663 East 15th Ave., 604-873-9733. $$

Lumiere ” Superstar chef Daniel Boulud guides the food here. Exquisite food. 2551 West Broadway, 604-739-8185. $$$

Pastis ” French bistro with a lightness of being. 2153 West Fourth Ave., 604-731-5020. $$/$$$

Provence Mediterranean Grill ” Marriage of Provencal and Italian. 4473 West 10th Ave., 604-222-1980 and 1177 Marinaside Cresc., 604-681-4144. $$

- INDIAN

Chutney Villa ” South Indian cuisine, with dosas, idli and vadas. 147 East Broadway, 604-872-2228. $/$$

Rangoli ” The casual sidekick to Vij’s restaurant. 1488 West 11th Ave., 604-0622. $$

Vij’s ” Some say it’s the best Indian restaurant in North America. 1480 West 11th Ave., 604-736-6664. $$/$$$

- SOUTHEAST ASIAN

Kedah House Halal Restaurant ” Malaysian food with a light, nimble touch. 1654 S.E. Marine Dr., 604-325-9771. $

Maenam ” Modern, yet authentic take on Thai cuisine. The chef/owner cooked at London’s Michelin-starred Thai restaurant. 1938 West Fourth Ave., 604-730-5579. $$

Oru ” Pan-Asian food with flair and elegance. Gorgeous modern room. Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel, 1038 Canada Place, 604-695-5500. $$

Phnom Penh ” Cambodian and Vietnamese food; extensive menu. 244 East Georgia St., 604-682-5777. $

Sanafir ” Flavours follow the Silk Road. Dramatic room. 1026 Granville St., 604-678-1049. $$

Simply Thai ” On the A-list for Thai food. 1211 Hamilton St., 604-642-0123. $$

- SEAFOOD

Bluewater Cafe and Raw Bar ” Handsome spot. Impressive seafood, impressive wine list. 1095 Hamilton St., 604-688-8078. $$$

C ” Many awards for best seafood in Vancouver. 1600 Howe St., 604-681-1164. $$$

Coast ” Great crab cake. Busy, noisy, downtown atmosphere. 1054 Alberni St., 604-685-5010. $$

Joe Fortes ” Seafood and Chop House Fresh shucked oysters, cedar plank salmon, grilled chops. High energy. 777 Thurlow St., 604-669-1940. $$/$$$

- VEGETARIAN

The Naam ” Longest-running vegetarian favourite. Open 24 hours. 2724 West Fourth Ave., 604-738-7151. $

- NORTH SHORE

Beach House at Dundarave Pier ” Spectacular setting for brunch by Dundarave Beach. West Coast cuisine. 150 25th St., West Van, 604-922-1414. $$/$$$

Ethical Kitchen ” Warm, kitcheny café, sustainable food. 1600 McKay Rd., North Van. 604-988-6280. $

Takumi Japanese Restaurant ” Tradition and quality, often flown in from Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market. 5775 Marine Dr., West Van., 604-921-9701. $$

- BURNABY/NEW WESTMINSTER

The Hart House ” In Tudor mansion. Exacting West Coast fare. 6664 Deer Lake Ave., Burnaby, 604-298-4278. $$/$$$

Pear Tree ” The best you’ll find in Burnaby. 4120 Hastings St., 604-299-2772. $$$

Tamarind Hill ” Malaysian cuisine, redolent with well-balanced spices. 628 Sixth Ave., New Westminster. 604-526-3000. $

- COQUITLAM

The Boathouse ” Good looks, water view for this seafood restaurant. 2770 Esplanade Ave. Port Moody, 604-931-5300. $$

Joey Tomato’s Mediterranean Grill ” Casual family restaurant. 550 Lougheed Hwy., Coquitlam, 604-939-3077. $$

Pasta Polo ” Organic wheat pastas, pizzas. Family restaurant. 2754 Barnet Highway, Coquitlam, 604-464-7656. $/$$

- RICHMOND

The Flying Beaver Bar ” Funky bar overlooking the Fraser River. 4760 Inglis Dr., Richmond, 604-273-0278. $

Globe at YVR ” Impressive food, sleek contemporary décor with view of U.S. arrivals terminal. Fairmont Hotel, Vancouver airport, Richmond, 604-248-3281. $$/$$$

Hakkasan ” Contemporary Chinese Cuisine Eclectic combination of tasting menus and casual Chinese food including Chinese burgers. 2188 No. 5 Rd., Richmond, 604-273-9191. $/$$

- SURREY/WHITE ROCK/DELTA

Giraffe ” Charming place, eclectic West Coast menu. 15053 Marine Dr., White Rock, 604-538-6878. $$/$$$

La Belle Auberge ” In a heritage house. High-end French food. 4856 48th Ave., Ladner, 604-946-7717. $$$

Pearl on the Rock ” Modern Pacific Northwest cuisine with emphasis on seafood. Delicious fare. 14955 Marine Dr., White rock. 604-542-1064. $$

Rasoi ” Stands out in the crowd of Indian restaurants in Surrey. 3268 King George Hwy., Surrey, 604-536-4600. $$

- SQUAMISH AND WHISTLER

Apres ” Quiet and intimate. Refined regional cuisine. 4338 Main St., Whistler, 604-935-0220. $$$

Araxi ” Top notch regional cuisine, drawing on Pemberton farmers. 4222 Village Square, Whistler, 604-932-4540. $$/$$$

Bear Foot Bistro ” Award-winning chef Melissa Craig helms this party-loving glam spot. 4121 Village Green, Whistler. 604-932-3433. $$$

Caramba! ” Italian, Spanish-centric food. Casual and busy. 4314 Main St., Whistler, 604-938-1879. $/$$

Fifty Two 80 Bistro ” Upscale dining with regional influences. Modern setting. Four Seasons Hotel, 4591 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, 604-935-3400. $$$

Il Caminetto Di Umberto ” Umberto Menghi’s high-end option. Italian food. 4242 Village Stroll, Whistler, 604-932-4442. $$/$$$

La Rua ” Refined tastes of the Mediterranean with B.C. backups. Romantic. Le Chamois Hotel, 4557 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, 604-932-5011. $$/$$$

Quattro at Whistler ” Contemporary Italian cuisine. 4319 Main St., Whistler, 604-905-4844. $$

- CELEBRITY COOKING STAGE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2011

2: 00 PM

Alessandra Quaglia – the Dancing Chef Provence and Dr.Rhonda Low – Your Health CTV Host Virgin Sauce, Fennel & Oven Dried

3: 30 PM

Grace – Siriwan Rerksuttisiridach, Simply Thai Salmon Penang (curry) & Pork Stir Fry Sponsored by: BC Salmon Marketing Council & BC Pork Producers Assn.

5: 00 PM

Alison Kent, Author Canadian Living: The Vegetarian Collection Tempeh Country Paté with Winter Fruit Chutney and Rye Cracker Bread Sponsored by: Canadian Living/Transcontinental/ Random House of Canada

6: 00 PM

Antonio Cerullo & Sarah Rush, RD Executive Chef & Healthy Appetizer Recipe Contest Winner Lemon, Chilli & Mint Grilled Halloumi Sponsored by: Choices Markets

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2011

11: 30 aM

Theresa Albert, Nutritionist and Author Ace Your Health, 52 Ways to Stack Your Deck Magic Muesli, ORAC hot cocoa,Turkey with Protective Spice Rub, Kiwi Salsa Sponsored by: BC Turkey Marketing Board

12: 30 PM

Alison Kent, Author Tempeh Country Paté with Winter Fruit Chutney and Rye Cracker Bread Sponsored by: Canadian Living/Transcontinental/ Random House of Canada

1: 45 PM

Hidekazu Tojo, Chef, Tojo’s Restaurant Wild Salmon Barbequed with Cyan Sauce Sponsored by: BC Salmon Marketing Council

3: 00 PM

Antonio Cerullo, Executive Chef Choices Markets Pork & Mushroom Crispy Lasagna Sponsored by: BC Pork Producers Assn/ Mushrooms Canada

4: 30 PM

Robert Erickson, Executive Chef, Central Bistro Moroccan Spice Rubbed BC Trout

5: 30 PM

Theresa Albert, Nutritionist and Author Magic Muesli, ORAC hot cocoa,Turkey with Protective Spice Rub, Kiwi Salsa Sponsored by: BC Turkey Marketing Board

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2011

11: 00 aM

Karen Barnaby, Executive Chef, Fish House in Stanley Park Spinach, Yam and Cranberry Salad with Goat Cheese Sponsored by: BC Cranberry Marketing Commission

12: 00 PM

Troy Fogarty, Executive Chef, Kingfisher Oceanside Resort & Spa Patagonia Pork Paupiette Sponsored by: BC Pork Producers Assn.

1: 00 PM

Alison Kent, Author Tempeh Country Pate with Winter Fruit Chutney and Rye Cracker Bread Sponsored by: Canadian Living/Transcontinental/ Random House of Canada

2: 00 PM

Todd Bright, Executive Chef, : Wild Rice Three Mushroom and Caramelized Onion Steam Buns with Scallion Verde Sponsored by /Mushrooms Canada

3: 00 PM

Chris Bisaro, Executie Chef, Brix Restaurant Honey & Cider Spiced Duck Breast; Arugala & Grapefruit Salad Sponsored by: Kitchen Basics Inc.

4: 00 PM

Scott Kidd, Executive Chef, Lift Bar and Grill Sponsored by : The BC Salmon Marketing Council

- DEMONSTRATION STAGE

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2011

2: 00 PM

The Health Benefits of Square Dancing Fraser Valley Square Dancers

2: 45 PM

Salsa / Latin Dancing with Audience participation Mad Salsa Productions for the VIS Sponsored by: Mad about Mambo Inc.

3: 30 PM

Falun Gong Exercises – Meditation Presenters of Falun Dafa Assn.

4: 15 PM Association of Vancouver Sufi Whirling & Music As-sayed Nurjan Mirahmadi and the Sufi Whirlers of SMC

5: 00 PM

Don’t just Walk . . . WALK SMART! Sheri Simson – aka The Pole Lady Sponsored by: Keenfit – The Pole Walking Co.

5: 45 PM

Richmond Olympic Oval: One Roof. Thousands of Activities. Richmond Olympic Oval Corporation

6: 30 PM

Nia – The Love Your Body Workout Greater Vancouver Area Nia Teachers

7: 15 PM

Falun Gong Exercises – Meditation Presenters of Falun Dafa Assn.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2011

11: 15 aM

Falun Gong Exercises – Meditation Presenters of Falun Dafa Assn.

12: 00 PM

The Health Benefits of Square Dancing Fraser Valley Square Dancers

12: 45 PM

Sufi Whirling & Music As-sayed Nurjan Mirahmadi and the Sufi Whirlers Sponsored by: Keenfit – The Pole Walking Co.

1: 30 PM

Don’t just Walk . . . WALK SMART! Sheri Simson – aka The Pole Lady Sponsored by: Keenfit – The Pole Walking Co.

2: 15 PM

Beginner & Advanced Series of Bikram’s Yoga Commentator & Students Sponsored by: Bikram Yoga

3: 00 PM

“ADDICTIVELY FUN” SPEEDMINTON Kim Matthews Sponsored by: Speedminton

3: 45 PM

Sufi Whirling & Music As-sayed Nurjan Mirahmadi & Sufi Whirlers of SMC Sponsored by: Keenfit – The Pole Walking Co.

Sufi Whirling & Music As-sayed Nurjan Mirahmadi & Sufi Whirlers of SMC Sponsored by: Keenfit – The Pole Walking Co.

4: 30 PM

Don’t just Walk . . . WALK SMART! Sheri Simson – aka The Pole Lady Sponsored by: Keenfit – The Pole Walking Co.

5: 15 PM

Richmond Olympic Oval: One Roof. Thousands of Activities. Richmond Olympic Oval Corporation

6: 00 PM

Nia – The Love Your Body Workout Greater Vancouver Area Nia Teachers

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20

10: 30 aM

Nia – The Love Your Body Workout Greater Vancouver Area Nia Teachers

11: 15 aM

Salsa / Latin Dancing with Audience participation Mad Salsa Productions for the VIS Sponsored by: Mad about Mambo Inc.

12: 00 PM

Sufi Whirling & Music As-sayed Nurjan Mirahmadi and the Sufi Whirlers of SMC

12: 45 PM

Don’t just Walk . . . WALK SMART! Sheri Simson – aka The Pole Lady Sponsored by: Keenfit – The Pole Walking Co.

1: 30 PM

Richmond Olympic Oval: One Roof. Thousands of Activities. Richmond Olympic Oval Corporation

2: 15 PM

“ADDICTIVELY FUN” SPEEDMINTON Kim Matthews Sponsored by: m4 ideas inc. for SPEEDMINTON

3: 00 PM

Yoga Postures, Beginner & Advanced Series of Bikram’s Yoga Commentator & Students Sponsored by: Bikram Yoga

3: 45 PM

Falun Gong Exercises – Meditation Presenters of Falun Dafa Assn.

4: 30 PM

The Health Benefits of Square Dancing Fraser Valley Square Dancers Sponsored by: Fraser Valley Square & Dance Assn.

5: 15 PM

Nia – The Love Your Body Workout Greater Vancouver Area Nia Teachers

- WELLNESS WORKSHOPS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2011

1: 00 PM

Loving The Body You’re In Jan Jensen Sponsored by: Dance Nia for TheNia Technique

2: 15 PM

“A Magical Journey through the Chakras” Michael D`Alton Sponsored by: M. D`Alton`s School of Bio-Energy Healing

3: 45 PM

Exercise Strategies for a Busy Lifestyle André Noél Potvin Sponsored by: INFOFIT Educators

5: 15 PM

Breathing to Reduce Stress & Relieve Chronic Pain Alfred Ball Sponsored by: Lifemoves Health & Fitness Inc.

6: 45 PM

Mind Body Medicine Approaches to Health Divi Chandna, M.D. Sponsored by: Bridge Health

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2011

11: 00 aM

Spiritual Wisdom on Prayer, Meditation, and Contemplation Barbara Morningstar Sponsored by: Eckankar

12: 45 PM

Learn to Self-Heal Zhi Gang Sha Sponsored by: Universal Soul Service

2: 00 PM

Setting the Goal – Turning Obstacles Into Opportunities Duane O’Kane, Catherine O’Kane Sponsored by: Clearmind Int`l Institute

3: 15 PM

Pranic Healing: A Major Breakthrough in Energy Healing. A Transference of Life Energy to Heal Casper Blackwell Sponsored by: Greater Vancouver Pranic Healers

4: 30 PM

Living Active is Living Well Angela Sealy Sponsored by: University of Victoria – Centre on Aging

5: 45 PM

Are you or someone you love held prisoner by depression? Diederik Wolsak Sponsored by: Choose Again Society

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2011

11: 00 aM

Learn to Self-Heal Zhi Gang Sha Sponsored by: Universal Soul Service

12: 45 PM

Setting the Goal – Turning Obstacles Into Opportunities Duane O’Kane, Catherine O’Kane Sponsored by: Clearmind Int`l Institute

2: 00 PM

“Self Healing”… The New Health Science Carole Friesen Sponsored by: Core Potentials Training Inc.

3: 15 PM

“Stop the Weight loss Boomerang Cycle : How to stop emotional eating and Yo-yo dieting” Ina Stockhausen Sponsored by: Evolutions -Positive Life Changes

4: 30 PM

Natural Pregnancy Care Dr. Danny Jui Sponsored by: Ray Clinic

- WOMEN WELLNESS SEMINARS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2011

3: 00 PM

Dying to be Beautiful… Why natural?

Why everyone needs to know about what’s in your personal care products! Peter Lamas Sponsored by: Peter Lamas Products Canada

4: 00 PM

Aging Without Getting Old – Health, Happiness and Hormones Brian Martin Sponsored by: EnerChanges

5: 00 PM

Working Out at Home Curb Ivanic Sponsored by: Canada Wide Media / BC Living

6: 00 PM

Energy & Food: The simple connection between what you eat and how you feel Peggy Kotsopoulos Sponsored by: Sequel Naturals

7: 00 PM

Five Element Theory Joni Cooke Sponsored by: Intune Shiatsu

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2011

11: 00 aM

What is Low Self Esteem? How Do We Change It? Joanna Banka Sponsored by: Assn. of Registered Clinical Hypnotherapists

12: 00 PM

Exercise and Stubborn Fat Loss André Noél Potvin Sponsored by: INFOFIT Educators

1: 00 PM

Energy & Food: The simple connection between what you eat and how you feel Peggy Kotsopoulos Sponsored by: Sequel Naturals

2: 00 PM

Stubborn Weight Loss with HCG- Weight loss Solutions from the inside out Brian Martin Sponsored by: EnerChanges

3: 00 PM

Working Out at Home Curb Ivanic Sponsored by: Canada Wide Media / BC Living

4: 00 PM

“Bio-Energy Healing; Therapy of the future” Michael D`Alton Sponsored by: M. D`Alton`s School of Bio-Energy Healing

5: 00 PM

Dying to be Beautiful… Why natural? Why everyone needs to know about what’s in your personal care products! Peter Lamas Sponsored by: Peter Lamas Products Canada

6: 00 PM

The Pulsed Magnetic Resonance Mat Challamar Rayne Sponsored by: Ultimate Products for Life

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2011

11: 00 aM

Working Out at Home Curb Ivanic Sponsored by: Canada Wide Media / BC Living

12: 00 PM

Are your personal care products killing you? Michael Beresford Sponsored by: Vitamoor Products Int`l Inc.

1: 00 PM

Iron: it’s in your blood or is it? Dr. Cathy Carlson-Rink Sponsored by: Choices Markets

2: 00 PM

Happiness & Health – Knowing the differences between your Heart and your Mind Brian Martin Sponsored by: EnerChanges

3: 00 PM

Best Kept Secrets To A New You! Cathi Graham Sponsored by: Fresh StartTraining Programs Ltd. (OxyLift)

4: 00 PM

Dying to be Beautiful… Why natural? Peter Lamas Sponsored by: Peter Lamas Products Canada

- LIVING WELL SEMINARS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2011

2: 30 PM

God’s Love meets your needs Lyle Young Sponsored by Christian Science Reading Room

3: 30 PM

Everything You Need to Know About Hormones Lorna Vanderhaeghe Sponsored by: Fresh Vancouver Magazine

4: 30 PM

The Alkaline Life for Total Health, Beauty & Vitality Tianne Banerd Sponsored by: You In Focus Products

5: 30 PM

The Pulsed Magnetic Resonance Mat Challamar Rayne Sponsored by: Ultimate Products for Life

6: 30 PM

Lyle Young You can change the world Through Prayer Sponsored by Christian Science Reading Room

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2011

11: 30 aM

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall. Carole Friesen Sponsored by: Core Potentials Training Inc.

12: 30 PM

Eating Well with Diabetes Nicole Fetterly, R.D. Sponsored by: Choices Markets

1: 30 PM

Raw Food Diets: What’s True, What’s Not? Vesanto Melina, R.D. Sponsored by: Book Publishing Company

2: 30 PM

Soft-Tissue Release Techniques to Regain Freedom to Move Alfred Ball Sponsored by: Lifemoves Health & Fitness Inc.

3: 30 PM

The Alkaline Life for Health, Beauty & Vitality Tianne Banerd Sponsored by: You In Focus Products

4: 30 PM

Bridging Western Medicine and Alternative Health Options Divi Chandna, M.D. Sponsored by: Bridge Health,

5: 30 PM

Fertility, a Holistic Perspective Dr. Spence Pentland Sponsored by: Fresh Vancouver Magazine

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2011

10: 30 aM

Secrets to Healthy Aging Dr. Brian Davies Sponsored by: Health Action Network Society

11: 30 aM

“Law of Attraction and Healing” Michael D`Alton Sponsored by: M. D`Alton`s School of Bio-Energy Healing

12: 30 PM

Food Allergies: Health and Healing Vesanto Melina, R.D. Sponsored by: Book Publishing Company

1: 30 PM

Are you or someone you love held prisoner by depression?

Diederik Wolsak Sponsored by: Choose Again Society

2: 30 PM

Midlife Hormonal Changes Affect Women and Men Gilly Thomas, Bev Maya Sponsored by: Working With Wellness

3: 30 PM

Determine Your Genetic Fat-Burning Profile André Noél Potvin Sponsored by: INFOFIT Educators

4: 30 PM

Five Element Theory Joni Cooke Sponsored by: Intune Shiatsu

604-689-0926.

Lorita Leung Chinese Dance Company ” The ensemble showcases diversity of Chinese dance. Scotiabank Dance Centre, 677 Davie, Feb. 24, 12 p.m., $10/8, 604-606-6400.

–CLASSICAL THIS WEEK

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra ” Bach & Beyond: Bramwell Tovey conducts Bach’s Mass in B minor with four vocal soloists and Trinity Western Choir. Chan Centre, Feb. 18-19, 8 p.m. ” Symphony at the Roundhouse: Sound of a Chamber Orchestra features works by Claude Vivier, Argentina`s Osvaldo Golijov, Japanese composer Takemitsu, and Italy’s Luca Fransesconi Etymo Roundhouse Community Centre, Feb. 19, 8 p.m. ” Pinchas Zukerman with the VSO!: Bramwell Tovey conducts the legendary violinist in an exclusive all-Beethoven evening. Orpheum, Feb. 21, 8 p.m.; 604-876-3434.

Marnie Giestbrecht ” Edmonton concert organist performs works by Bach, Bedard, Boellmann, Widor and others. Kerrisdale Presbyterian Church, 2733 W. 41st, Feb. 18, 7: 30 p.m., $15, 604-926-6304.

B.C. Chinese Music Ensemble and Nu: BC Collective ” Exploration of Canadian/Chinese music. Roy Barnett Recital Hall, UBC, Feb. 18, 8 p.m., $30/20, 604-327-8807

Vancouver Pacific Orchestra ” The Orchestra performs with six soloists. Shaughnessy Heights United Church, 1550 W. 33rd, Feb. 19, 8 p.m., $15/10 suggested donation, 604-878-9989.

Simon Trpceski ” Vancouver Recital Society presents the Macedonian pianist performing a suite for solo piano by Pande Shahov, and works by Haydn, Mozart and Chopin. Chan Centre, UBC, Feb. 20, 3 p.m., $46-80, 604-602-0363

Elektra Women’s Choir ” The choir’s reading session involves informal performances of new works for women’s choir by local composers, Chris Sivak, Rita Ueda, Eireann O’Dea, and Norma Luccoc. Ryerson United Church, 2195 W. 45th, Feb. 21, 7 p.m., free, 604-739-1255.

Borodin Quartet ” String quartet performs works by Borodin, Shostakovich, and Tchaikovsky. Playhouse, 649 Cambie, Feb. 22, 8 p.m., $40/15, 604-437-574.7

Charles Foreman ” Talk and recital by pianist. Roy Barnett Recital Hall, 6361 Memorial Rd., Feb. 22, 12 p.m., free, 604-822-5574.

Phoebe MacRae ” The soprano performs works by Gubaidulina, Ursula Antiphons Weir, and Berbarian. Roy Barnett Recital Hall, 6361 Memorial Rd., Feb. 23, 12 p.m., free, 604-822-5574.

Opera Tea on the Stage ” UBC Opera students perform arias. UBC Old Auditorium, Feb. 27, 2 p.m., $25/20, 604-822.6725.

COMING

West Coast Chamber Music ” Features piano quartets by Mendelssohn and Faure. Unitarian Church of Vancouver, 949 W. 49th, Feb. 20, 3 p.m., $18/15, 604-879-9959

Opera Pro Cantanti ” The ensemble presents Verdi’s rendition of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Cambrian Hall, 215 E. 17th, Feb. 20, 7 p.m., $18/12, 604-340-8545.

–LITERARY EVENTS THIS WEEK

Cathy Sosnowsky ” Author reads from her memoir, Snapshots: A Story of Love Loss and Life. Central Library, 350 W. Georgia, Feb. 17, 7 p.m., free.

Blog to Book Deal ” Presentation by social media expert Darren Barefoot and Douglas & McIntyre’s Trena White. Revel Room, 238 Abbott, Feb. 21, 7-9 p.m., $20/25 (includes dinner) theShebeenClub. com.

Incite ” Steven Galloway interviews Alexander MacLeod, with readings by Gabriella Goliger and Theodora Armstrong. Central Library, 350 W. Georgia, Feb. 23, 7: 30 p.m., free, 604-681-6330

Charlotte Gill ” Author discusses her debut collection of short stories Ladykiller. Christianne’s Lyceum of Literature and Art, 3696 W. 8th, Feb. 24, 7-10, 604-733-1356.

Ray Hsu and Evelyn Lau ” Canadian authors read from latest books Cold Sleep Permanent Afternoon and Living Under Plastic. Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, 1961 E. Mall, UBC, Feb. 24, 1-2 pm, 604-822-8149.

Steve Weiner and George Bowering ” Authors read from respective books Sweet England and Caprice. Sylvia Hotel Bistro, 1154 Gilford, Feb. 22, 7 p.m., free, newstarbooks.com.

–SPECIAL EVENTS THIS WEEK

Black and White Art Auction 2011 ” More than 70 works of art by Jeff Wall, Roy Arden, and Stan Douglas are up for auction, with cocktail reception, dinner, and live music by Rodney Graham Band. Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Howe, Feb. 19, 6 p.m vanartgallery.bc.ca.

Chutzpah! Festival ” Showcase of Jewish performing arts includes performances by New York’s Balkan Beat Box and Yemen Blues, Italy’s Klezmerata Fiorentina, Israel’s Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, the Broadway musical Falsettos, and more. Various venues, to Feb. 27, $16-25, chutzpahfestival.com.

Thalesque: ” Party to celebrate for this summer’s Neanderthal Arts Festival features work inspired by audience suggestions, created by Andrew Templeton, Stephen Drover, Todd Thomson, Heather Lindsay, Caroline Liffmann, Daniel Martin, Dave Mott and Pump Trolley Comedy. The Cultch, 1895 Venables, Feb. 20, 6 p.m., by donation, at the door.

When the Spirit Moves ” Black History Month celebration features Halifax’s Poet Laureate Shauntay Grant, jazz vocalist Dee Daniels and others. Hycroft Manor, 1489 McRae, Feb. 19, 5-9 pm, $27, 604-605-0124

–COMEDY/CABARET THIS WEEK

Chelsea Handler ” Creator of TV show Chelsea Lately, and author of three books, including Are You There Vodka, It’s Me Chelsea, with Brad Wollack. Orpheum, Feb. 19, 8 p.m., $69.50/89.50, 604-280-4444

Cultch Benefit with Colin Mochrie ” Canadian comedian (Whose Line Is It Anyway?) performs interactive stand up show. The Cultch, 1895 Venables, Feb. 21, 8 p.m., $20-75, thecultch.com.

Cagematch ” Vancouver’s Instant Theatre presents teams going head-to-head in long form improv theatre, featuring the Instant Theatre Conservatory ensembles, Texas-based Confidence Men, Sunday Service, Hip.Bang, the Fictionals, and others. CBC Studio 700, 700 Hamilton, 8 p.m.; to Feb. 26, $5, instanttheatre.com 604-530-2211.

–FAMILY

THIS WEEK

Family Program at Bloedel Conservatory ” Discover diverse tropical plant life during guided tour, with fun and educational activities. Bloedel Conservatory, Queen Elizabeth Park, Feb. 19, 10: 30 am or 1: 30 pm, $20 per family, 604-718-5898.

Culture Blast ” Burnaby Arts Council, Burnaby Art Gallery, Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, and Burnaby Village Museum present a family-friendly afternoon of workshops, live music, kids’ activities, dance, demos, and art shows. Deer Lake Park, 6344 Deer Lake, Burnaby, Feb. 20, 12-5 pm, free, cultureblast.org

Behind the Scenes at the Farm ” Children can look into the operation of the Farm, with activities such as egg collection and washing, animal grooming, setting up feed and exploring Staff Only areas. Maplewood Farm, 405 Seymour River, North Van, Feb. 24 and 26, 11 am and 2 pm, $22.40, 604-929-5610.

Free Skating at Robson Square ” Skate rentals available for $3. Helmet rentals available for $2. Robson Square, Robson and Howe, to Feb. 28, Fri.-Sat. 9 am-11 pm, Sun.-Thurs. 9 am-9 pm, yougottabehere.ca, 604-646-3554.

ONGOING

Telus World of Science ” 1455 Quebec, 604-443-7443, www.scienceworld.bc.ca. ” Hundreds of interactive exhibits in five permanent galleries, live science demonstrations, and workshops, plus giant movies in Omnimax Theatre.

Vancouver Aquarium ” Stanley Park, 604-659-3474, www.vanaqua.org. ” Daily events include: dolphin, beluga, sea lion shows, shark dives, and sea otter feeds, with shows in B.C.’s only 4D theatre.

H.R. MacMillan Space Centre ” 1100 Chestnut, 604-738-7827. ” Programs, exhibits, and activities educate visitors about the Universe, our planet and space exploration. ” H.R. MacMillan Planetarium: Dome-shaped theatre offering multi-media shows ” Laser Rock Shows.

Beaty Biodiversity Museum ” 2212 Main Mall, UBC, 604-827-4955. ” Natural history museum features Canada’s largest blue whale skeleton and collections of birds, insects, fish, fossils, plants and more.

–FORUMS

THIS WEEK

Confessions of a Greenpeace Dropout ” Patrick Moore recounts his experiences with Greenpeace and his vision for a sustainable world based on a more science-oriented approach to environmentalism. SFU Harbour Centre, 515 W. Hastings, Feb. 18, 11: 45 am, $35, fraserinstitute.org.

Designer Nanomaterials ” Byron Gates, SFU expert in nanotechnology, speaks about nanoscale materials and the role they play in everyday life. Douglas College, 700 Royal, New West, Feb. 18, 1 pm, free, douglascollege.ca.

Staying Healthy ” Forum explores emerging field of health psychology: ways our health depends on our life pursuits and happiness, with Georgia Pomaki. SFU Harbour Centre Campus, 515 W Hastings, Feb. 19, 1: 30 pm, free, 778-782-5212.

Avoid the Money Pit: Planning and Managing Your Renovation ” Course by James Burton, of Birmingham & Wood Architects and Jake Fry of Smallworks, focuses on cost-effective and creative renovation and rehabilitation projects. Strathcona Community Centre, 601 Keefer Feb. 19, 9 am – 5 pm, $125, 604 264-9642

Through the Artist’s Eyes: A Conversation with Isabel Rorick ” Celebrated Haida weaver discusses the art of spruce-root weaving. Museum of Anthropology, UBC, 6393 NW Marine, Feb. 20, 1 pm, free with admission, 604-827-5932.

Lessons from the Olympic Village Forum ” Michael Geller, Nancy Knight, Doug McArthur, Geoff Meggs, and Frances Bula discuss what went wrong (and right) with the Olympic Village project? SFU Segal Graduate School of Business, 500 Granville, Feb. 22, 7 pm, $15/25, thinkcity.ca.

Richmond’s Diverse Workplaces: Building On Our Success ” Workshop explores challenges of creating diverse and inclusive workplaces, with Darlene Gering, Burnaby Board of Trade, and Hugo and Helmut Eppich, Ebco Group. Richmond Museum, 7700 Minoru Gate, Feb. 23, 9 am, free, 604-247-8333.

Charting the Uncharted Through the Stars ” Dominique Prinet shares his insights into the history and present day use of celestial navigation. H.R. MacMillan Space Centre, 1100 Chestnut, March 5, 8 pm, $10.75,$8.75, 604-738-7827

Should Canada grant sanctuary to American war resisters? ” Public forum on Canada’s role in providing refuge for American soldiers fleeing the Iraq war. Douglas College, Coquitlam Campus, 1250 Pinetree, Feb. 22, 12-2 pm, free, douglascollege.ca.

Ocean Cruising Lecture Series ” Illustrated lectures about offshore sailing aboard small boats. ” Family of Six at Sea, with Werner Gysi Feb. 18. H.R. MacMillan Space Centre, 1100 Chestnut, $13, 604-257-8300.

–MISCELLANY

THIS WEEK

Harlem Globetrotters ” The legendary basketball player’s 4 Times the Fun North American tour features the 4-point shot. Rogers Arena, Feb. 18, 7 pm, tickets start at $26, harlemglobetrotters.com.

Wellness Show ” Largest trade show in Western Canada dedicated to balanced and holistic lifestyles includes exhibitors, speakers and demonstrations. Vancouver Convention Centre, West, Feb. 18-20, $5-12.50, thewellnessshow.com.

Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival ” Local and international films focus on climbers, skiers, paddlers, outdoor and environmental activists and other adventures, with guest speakers Timmy O’Neill, Ines Papert, Jasmin Caton, Will Stanhope, Sean McColl, Drew Brayshaw and Ian McAllister. Centennial Theatre, 2300 Lonsdale, to Feb. 19, vimff.org.

Top Ten Endangered Sites Bus Tour ” Climb aboard Transit Museum Society’s historic bus for a guided tour, by Donald Luxton, of Heritage Vancouver’s 2011 Top Ten Endangered sites. Meets at Vancouver Museum Parking Lot, 1100 Chestnut, Feb. 19, 1-5 pm, $30, 604-331-8430

Bridal Swap ” Vancouver’s first bridal swap connects past brides and brides to be in a fun atmosphere to buy and sell gently used wedding items including table settings, dresses and more. Heritage Hall, 3102 Main, Feb. 20, $10/12, bridalswap.ca

World Wide Walk for Peace ” World wide walker for peace, Jean Beliveau’s begins the Canada potion of his walk (he has already walked around the world, 63 countries, during past decade and now walks home to Montreal). City Hall, Feb. 21, 10 am [email protected]

Awakening the Universe Within ” Healer and teacher Baljit Rayat and soundscape producer Derrick Bauman present a healing journey of vision and sound, with star projections and ambient music.

H.R. MacMillan Space Centre, 1100 Chestnut, Feb. 23, 7-9 pm, $50/60, lotusdestiny.com, 604-721-0030.

Buildex ” A showcase of what’s new and what’s next in design, construction and real estate. Vancouver Convention Centre West, Feb. 23-24, buildexvancouver.com.

Winterruption Festival ” Celebration features music, theatre, visual arts, dance, food, and art. Highlights: aerial dance by Aeriosa; fire-breathing brass duo, the Only Animal; instrument building workshops for kids; Mortal Coil’s Rainforest Procession and music by Night Crawlers, Carsick, and others. Granville Island, Feb. 25-27, winterruption.com

–CONCERTS

THIS WEEK

Best Coast and Wavves ” Double bill of California-based fuzz-pop bands, with No Joy. Rickshaw Theatre, Feb. 17, 9 pm, $18.50, ticketweb.ca.

Plants and Animals ” Art rock band from Montreal, with Yukon Blonde. Commodore, Feb. 18, 9: 30 pm, $19.50, 604-280-4444.

Jonathan Coulton ” Internet folk sensation with guests. Rio Theatre, 1660 Broadway Feb. 18, 7: 30 pm, $25, 604-284-4444.

The Sadies ” Country-surf-psyche band from Toronto performs songs from latest album Darker Circles. Vogue Theatre, Feb. 18, cancelled.

Yo La Tengo ” American indie-rock trio. Rickshaw Theatre, 254 E. Hastings, Feb. 19, doors 8 pm, $22.50, ticketweb.ca.

You Say Party ” Vancouver-based dance-rock band performs songs from recent album XXXX, with Young Galaxy and Rococode. Red Room, Feb. 19, yousayparty.com.

Jamestown Revival ” Band blends rock, blues and soul, with the Coronas. Biltmore, 395 Kingsway, Feb. 19, doors 7 pm, $15, ticketweb.ca

The Shirleys ” Female seven-voice a cappella group sings a range of world music, with Coastal Sound Youth Choir. Evergreen Cultural Centre, 1205 Pinetree, Coquitlam, Feb. 19, 8 pm, $38-20, 604-927-6555.

Vogville’s Day & Night Festival ” Presented by John Fluevog’s new music studio Vogville, fest features performances by Autumn Portrait, By Starlight, City of Glass, Clockmakers, TV Heart Attack, Lakefield and Cosmik Debris (daytime); Light Machines, Run the Red Light, Young Pacific, the Matinee and Los Furios (evening). Vancouver Alpen Club, 4875 Victoria, Feb. 19, 12-7: 30 pm (all ages) and 7: 30 pm-1 am (licensed), $10/12, at Zulu, Scratch, Neptoon and Highlife.

Pendulum ” Australian electronic-rock and drum and bass band, with Innerpartysystem. Commodore Ballroom, 868 Granville, Feb. 20, doors 8 pm, $32.50, 604-280-4444.

Straight No Chaser ” Ten person a cappella group. Vogue Theatre, 918 Granville, Feb. 20, $36.50/29.50, 604-569-1144, unionevents.com

Nearly Neil & The Solitary Band ” Neil Diamond tribute act. Centennial Theatre, 2300 Lonsdale, N Van, Feb. 20, 7: 30 pm, $32.50, 604-984-4484

Spirit of Africa Festival ” African music and dance festival features H’SAO and dancer Etienne Cakpo, from Benin, WISE Hall, 1882 Adanac, Feb. 19, 8 pm, and Guinean Pacific Northwest group Africa Wali, Ache Brasil, and Kanaka, St. James Hall, Feb. 20, 7: 30 pm; $15 (with daytime workshops) caravanbc. com.

Nearly Neil & The Solitary Band ” Neil Diamond tribute act. Centennial Theatre, 2300 Lonsdale, Feb. 20, 7: 30 pm, $32.50, 604-984-4484 Arbouretum ” Psychedelic folk-rock band from Baltimore, with Eternal Tapestry. Biltmore Cabaret, 2755 Prince Edward, Feb. 22, 9: 30 pm, $11, ticketweb.ca.

Rakish Angles ” Local string band performs. Seymour Art Gallery, 4360 Gallant, N Van, Feb. 22, 8 pm, $25/22, 604-924-1378

Red Stick Ramblers ” Louisiana-based band performs Cajun, western swing, blues and jazz. Capilano Performing Arts Theatre, 2055 Purcell, N Van, Feb. 23, 8 pm, $28/25, 604-990-7810.

Jeffery Broussard and the Creole Cowboys ” Zydeco accordionist and vocalist performs with his band. St. James Hall, 3214 W. 10th, Feb. 24, 8 pm, $24, 604-736-3022.

COMING

Winterruption ” Eclectic jazz concerts presented by the winter performing arts festival ” The Crackling Feb. 26, 12: 30 pm ” Carsick Feb. 26, 2: 30 pm ” Night Crawlers Feb. 26, 4: 30 pm ” Pugs and Crows Band featuring Tony Wilson Feb. 27, 2: 30 pm ” Gordon Grdina’s East Van Strings Feb. 27, 2: 30 pm ” Debra-Jean and the Means Feb. 27, 4: 30 pm. Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright, Granville Island. free, coastaljazz.ca

Swans ” Seminal post-punk band led by Michael Gira. Rickshaw Theatre, Feb. 25, doors, 8 pm, $22.50, ticketmaster.ca.

Eric Clapton ” Legendary guitar player performs songs from latest album Clapton, with Los Lobos. Rogers Arena, Feb. 25, 7: 30 pm, $65-159.50, 604-280-4444

Maceo Parker ” American funk saxophonist, best known for his work with James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic. Chin opens.

Commodore, Feb. 25, 9 pm, $39.50, 604-280-4444.

Down With Webster ” Toronto-based rap-rock septet. Vogue Theatre, Feb. 25-26, 7: 30 pm, $22.50, 604-569-1144.

Zolas ” B.C. prog-pop five-piece, with Maurice, presented by Winterruption festival. Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright, Granville Island, Feb. 25, $15/17, coastaljazz.ca

Current Swell ” Victoria-based surf/ska/reggae/rock band, with Hayley Sales, presented by Winterruption festival. Performance

Works, 1218 Cartwright, Granville Island, Feb. 25, $15/17, coastaljazz. ca.

Leeroy Stagger & The Wildflowers ” Roots music band performs songs from sixth album Little Victories, with Surrey songwriter Zaac Pick. St. James Hall, 3214 W. 10th, Feb. 25, 8 pm, $24, 604-736-3022.

Music of the World on Sitar ” Sitarist James Hamilton and guests perform a blend of South Asian, Middle Eastern and Celtic music. Place des Arts, 1120 Brunette Avenue, Feb. 26, 7: 30pm, $13.50/$11 + HST, 604.664.1636

Yippies in Love Benefit ” Features performances by the Masses, Jughead, and Euphonious feminist Non-Performing Quintet. Proceeds benefit Theatre in the Raw. Ukrainian Hall, 805 E. Pender, Feb. 26, 8 pm, $20-10.

Gospel Experience ” The ensemble combines contemporary and traditional gospel arrangements. Terry Fox Theatre, 1260 Riverwood, Port Coquitlam, Feb. 27, 1: 30 pm, $10/5, 604-927-8400

Balkan Beat Box ” New York band blends Middle Eastern music with electronic, hip-hop and folk beats, with Klezmafour, from Poland. Commodore Ballroom, 868 Granville, Feb. 27, 8 pm, $30/25, chutzpahfestival.com.

Dee Daniels ” Vancouver-based gospel-jazz singer. Evergreen Cultural Centre, 1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, Feb. 27, 2 pm, $25/20, 604-927-6555.

Dave Borins ” Toronto-based folk-roots singer-songwriter, with Cameron Latimer. Railway Club, 579 Dunsmuir, Feb. 27, 9: 30 pm, $8 at the door.

Wild Nothing ” Virginia-based bedroom-pop band, with L.A.’s Abe Vigoda. Biltmore, 2755 Prince Edward, Feb. 28, 9: 30 pm, $13, ticketweb.ca.

Papa Roach ” Grammy-nominated Californian hard rock quartet. Commodore, Feb. 28, 9 pm, $32.50, 604-280-4444.

White Buffalo ” American singer-songwriter. Media Club, 695 Cambie, Feb. 28, 9: 30 pm, $10, ticketweb.ca.

Goo Goo Dolls ” Rock band from New York performs songs from 24-year career, including ninth album Something For The Rest Of Us, with Steven Page. Commodore, March 2, 8: 15 pm, $55, 604-280-4444

Morcheeba ” British band mixes influences from trip-hop, rock, R&B, and pop. Commodore, March 3, 9: 30 pm, $40, 604-280-4444.

Claudia Acuna ” Chilean singersongwriter/arranger performs with “A” Band and NiteCap. Capilano Performing Arts Theatre, 2055 Purcell, N Van, March 4, 8 pm, $30/27, 604-990-7810.

Festival du Bois ” French-Canadian celebration features performances by Carlos Placeres, Bette & Wallet, Nicolas Pellerin et Les Grands Hurleurs, Mathieu Lippe, Les Surveillantes, Oh My Darling and Yves Lambert, the Bebert Orchestra and many others. Mackin Park, 1046 Brunette, Coquitlam, March 4-6, $12, 604-515-7070, festivaldubois.ca

Yann Tiersen ” French musician and composer known composing the score to Amelie. Vogues Theatre, March 4, $16, voguetheatre.com, Red Cat, and Zulu.

Devotchka ” Denver-based multiinstrumental folk ensemble, with Priscilla Ahn. Commodore, March 4, 9: 30 pm,$25.50, ticketmaster.ca.

David Gray ” Singer-songwriter performs songs from latest album Foundling. Centre for Performing Arts, March 4, 7: 30 pm, $45-65, 604-280-4444.

Hey Rosetta! ” Newfoundland poprock band celebrates new album Seeds. Rio Theatre, March 4-5, 7: 30 pm, $22.50, sold out.

Mae Moore ” The jazzy folk-pop musician performs. St. James Hall, 3214 West 10th Ave., March 4, 8 pm, $24, roguefolk.bc.ca, 604-736-3022.

100 Monkeys ” Funk rock band from California. Venue, March 4, doors 7 pm, $17.50, 1-888-222-6608.

Gino Vannelli ” Pop singer-songwriter from the 1970s. Boulevard Casino’s Red Robinson Show Theatre, Coquitlam, March 5, 8 pm, $59.50, 604-280-4444.

Asobi Seksu ” N.Y.-based dream pop duo, with Brahms. Biltmore, 2755 Prince Edward, March 5, 8: 30 pm, $15, ticketweb.ca

The Dears ” Lush rock band from Montreal performs songs from fifth album Degeneration Street, with Eulogies and the Tender Box. Venue 881 Granville, March 5, 7: 30 pm, $20 604-280-4444.

Martyn Joseph ” Roots music singersongwriter from Wales. Capilano Performing Arts Theatre, 2055 Purcell, N Van, March 6, 8 pm, $30/27, 604-990-7810.

White Chapel ” Deathcore band from Tennessee, with the Acacia Strain, Veil of Maya, Chelsea Grin, I Declare War. Rickshaw Theatre, 254 E. Hastings, March 6, 6 pm, $20, 604-284-4444, Scrape.

Crystal Castles ” Experimental electronic music band from Toronto. Commodore Ballroom, March 7, doors 8 pm, $38.50, ticketmaster.ca.

Christine Fellows ” Canadian folkmusic singer-songwriter performs songs from fifth release, Femmes de chez nous, with Shotgun Jimmie and Ford Pier, and Strength of Materials. The Cultch, 1895 Venables, march 8, 8 pm, $22, 604-251-1363.

GZA ” N.Y.-based hip-hop artist and founding member of the Wu-Tang Clan. Fortune Sound Club, March 9, 9: 30 pm,$25, ticketweb.ca.

Drive By Truckers ” Alternative country/Southern rock band based in Athens, Georgia, with Hearltess Bastards. Commodore Ballroom, 868 Granville, March 11, door 8 pm, $25, 604-280-4444, Zulu, Highlife.

Carlos Del Junco and the Blues Mongrels ” Harmonica virtuoso performs with his four-piece band. St. James Hall, 3214 W. 10th, March 11, 8 pm, $24, 603-736-3022

JUST ANNOUNCED

Million Young ” Florida-based rock band. Biltmore, 2755 Prince Edward, March 1, 604-676-0541.

Lift Every Voice! A Celebration of Gospel Music ” Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir performs gospel music arrangements of songs by Quincy Jones, Paul Simon and many others, with Coastal Sound Youth Choir. Ryerson United Church, 2195 W. 45th, March 5, 3 pm and 7: 30 pm, $25/18, 778-868-7762.

Mark Berube and the Patriotic Few ” Vancouver chamber-folk band performs songs from new album, June in Siberia, with Jess Hill. The Cultch, 1895 Venables, March 18, 8 pm, $22, 604-251-1363.

Ice Cube ” Rapper delivers tunes from ninth album I Am the West. Commodore, April 11 (note new date), 9 pm, $47.50, 604-280-4444.

Motown Meltdown ” Benefit for Shooting Stars Foundation features 30 artists backed by 12-piece band, hosted by Terry David Mulligan, with Jaydee Bixby, Leora Cashe, Alita Dupray, Roy Forbes, Mark James Fortin, Bruce Greenwood, Al Harlow, Bill Henderson, Reid Jamieson, Tom Landa, John Mann, Jane Mortifee, and others Commodore Ballroom, 868 Granville, March 26, 8 pm, $30, ticketmaster.ca.

Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad ” Dub quartet from Rochester, New York. Shark Night Club, April 9, doors 8 pm, $10, Ticketmaster, meloproductions.net.

Tentemoller ” Danish electronic music producer and multi-instrumentalist performs with band. Venue, 881 Granville, April 13, 9: 30 pm, $20, ticketweb.ca.

Kurt Vile and the Violators ” Psychefolk guitarist and singer from Philadelphia performs with his band. Waldorf Hotel, April 25, 9: 30 pm, $15, ticketweb.ca

ticketweb.ca Royal Bangs ” Knoxville, Tennesseebased rock band, with Superhumanoids. Media Club, 695 Cambie, April 25, 9: 30 pm, $12, ticketweb.ca

Lil Wayne ” Iconic rapper performs songs from ninth album I Am Not a Human Being, with Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Travis Barker and Mixmaster Mike. Rogers Arena, April 27, 6 pm, $49.75-129.75, livenation.com

Lost in the Trees ” Orchestral folk band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Media Club, 695 Cambie, April 27, 9: 30 pm, $12, ticketweb.ca

Zola Jesus ” Russian American singer/songwriter Nika Roza Danilova has toured with Fever Ray, with Naked on the Vague. Biltmore, 2755 Prince Edward, May 3, 8 pm, $14, ticketmaster.ca

Mother Mother ” Peppy pop band from Vancouver performs songs from new album Eureka. Vogue Theatre, May 4, 8 pm, and Commodore, May 5, 9: 30 pm, $25, livenation.com.

Atmosphere ” Minneapolis-based hiphop duo, with Blueprint, Grieves and Budo, Sab the Artist and DJ Abilities. Vogue Theatre, May 10, 9 pm, $28, voguetheatre.com.

Raveonettes ” Danish-based surf-noir band performs songs from new album Raven In The Grave, with Tamaryn. Venue, May 14, 7: 30 pm, $21.50, livenation.com.

Brett Dennen ” Folk-pop singer songwriter from California, with Dawes. Vogue Theatre, June 13, 8 pm, livenation.com.

Rihanna ” Pop music superstar performs songs from fifth album Loud. Rogers Arena, June 24, 7: 30 pm, $19.75-99.75, livenation.com.

–LIVE VENUES

Arts Club Backstage Lounge ” 1585 Johnston, 604-687-1354. “The Phonix Feb. 17 ” Mobadass Feb. 18 “

Electropical Feb. 19 ” Got BOP Feb. 20 ” Angus Wilson with Kelsey Grant Feb. 22 “Shirley Gnome, Jackie Treehorne Feb. 23 ” The Phonix Feb. 24

Astoria ” 796 E. Hastings, 604-764punk. ” Rolling Stones Party w/ Juvy, DJ Justin Gradin, DJ Nikki Never Jan. 8

Biltmore Cabaret ” 395 Kingsway 604-676-0541. ” Baptists Feb. 17 ” Ice Cream Social Feb. 18 ” Coronas Feb. 19 ” Dragon Fly Empire Feb. 21 ” Arbouretum & Endless Boogie Feb. 22 ” Rock ‘n’ Roll Pizza Party Feb. 23 ” Hot Panda, the Albertans, Analog Bell Service

Commodore Ballroom ” 868 Granville St. Plants and Animals Feb. 18 ” Benny Benassi Feb. 19 ” Pendulum Feb. 20 “Maceo Parker

Cory Weeds Cellar Jazz Cafe ” 3611 W. Broadway 604-738-1959. ” Sea Shepard Benefit Feb. 17 ” Brad Turner Quartet Feb. 18-20 ” Night Crawlers Feb. 22 ” Art of the Trio Feb. 23 ” Chad Makela Quartet Feb. 24 ” Adam Thomas, Night Crawlers Feb. 25-26

Fairview Pub ” 898 W. Broadway 604-872-1262. ” Deep End Feb. 18 ” Carpenter, Northcote, In Bear Country, Childsplay Feb. 19 ” Voodoo Pie Feb. 2 5 “Boogieman Feb. 26

Five Sixty ” 560 Seymour, 604-678-6322. ” Destino at Five Sixty Feb. 17 ” Richard Durand, Danny Taylor Feb. 18 ” Mackle More, Ryan Lewis Feb. 26.

Fortune Sound Club ” 147 E. Pender. ” Monster Bass Tour Feb. 17 ” DJ Hunnicutt, Co-op Feb. 18 ” Kenny Dope, Rob Rizk, Bles-sed, Nina Mendoza Feb. 19 ” Black Milk, MURS Feb. 24.

Lion’s Den ” Boulevard Casino, 2080 United, Coquitlam. ” Mike Henry Feb. 18-19.

Lu Lu’s Lounge ” River Rock Casino, Richmond 604-303-1000. ” Jeff St. Germain Feb. 17 ” Indestructibles Feb. 18-19

The Main ” 4210 Main 604-709-8555. ” Jazz Thursdays Feb. 17 ” Ross Fairborn Feb. 18 ” Elliott Way Feb. 19 ” Aaron Cadwaladr Feb. 24 ” Petunia Feb. 25

Media Club ” 695 Cambie 604-608-2871. ” Reckoner, Abriosis, Nylithia Feb. 17 ” Dr. Dre’s Birthday Party, Party!, Steve J, Brodie Michaels, Dirty D, DJ Songpicker Feb. 18 ” Swank, Deadcats, Six Gun Romeo, Hells Radio Feb. 19 ” Quartered, Gentlemen Prefer Blonds Feb. 21 ” Kim Churchill Feb. 23 ” Shera Kelly, Jasper Sloan Yip, the Never Surprise Feb. 24 ” Inventing the Dinosaur, Modern Lakes Feb. 25

O’Doul’s Restaurant & Bar ” 1300 Robson 604-661-1400. ” Ross Taggart Sun. ” Mike Allen Mon. ” Jennifer Scott Tues. ” Jillian Lebeck Wed. ” Bill Coon Trio Feb. 17-19 ” Karin Plato Trio Feb. 24, 25-26.

Railway Club ” 579 Dunsmuir 604-681-1625. ” Mink Valley, Kokos Feb. 16 ” Jon Cohen Feb. 17 ” Cousin Harley, Trespassers, Michael Van Eyes Feb. 18 zz, Stone Travelers Feb. 19 ” Modelos, Suzy Wedge and the Waves Feb. 21 ” United Steelworkers of Montreal, Redbird, the Sumner Brothers Feb. 22 ” Vancouver City Limits Feb. 23 ” Quiet Kids, Painted Cities Feb. 24.

Red Room ” 398 Richards. ” Bend Sinister, Rococode, Racoons Feb. 19

Rickshaw Theatre ” 254 E. Hastings. ” Best Coast, Wavves, No Joy Feb. 17 ” Yo La Tengo Feb. 19 ” Swans Feb. 25.

River Rock Casino ” 8811 River Rd., Richmond, 604-247-8900. “Michael Bolton Feb. 18 ” Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood Feb. 19.

Scratch/Interurban Gallery ” 9 E. Hastings 604-683-4923. ” Hard Feelings, Pinapple, Men at Adventure Feb. 18 ” B-Lines, Dead Ghosts, Timecopz Feb. 19 ” Slam Dunk, Role Mach, Shane Turner Overdrive Fanshaw Feb. 24.

Venue ” 881 Granville 604-646-0064. ” BoomBox Feb. 19 ” Ryan Bingham & the Dead Horses Feb. 20 ” Vancouver Foodster Feb. 22 ” Yemen Blues Feb. 24

Waldorf Hotel ” 1489 E. Hastings ” No Gold Feb. 19 Yale ” 1300 Granville 604-681-9253. Mark Petersen Feb. 17 ” Powder Blues Feb. 18-19 ” Michael Van Eyes Feb. 21 ” Scott Smith Feb. 23 ” Pete ‘n’ the Sneaks, Incognito with Nadine States Feb. 24.

–GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

Art Beatus Gallery ” 808 Nelson 604-688-2633 ” ON the edge Of Water: tomoyo Ihaya, to april 8

Art Works ” 225 Smithe 604-688-3301. ” MyStere: Paintings by Marie-danielle Leblanc and david graff, feb. 21-april 1

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art ” 639 hornby Billreidgallery.ca. ” tIMe WarP: CONteMPOrary

textILeS Of the NOrthWeSt COaSt: to feb. 27. Blanket Gallery ” 560 Seymour. 604-709-6100. ” IdeOgraMS: audrey Capel doray, to March 26.

Catriona Jeffries Gallery ” 274 e. 1st, 604-736-1554. ” alex Morrison, sculpture, film, to March 12. Centre A ” 2 W. hastings, 604-683-8326. ” I CaN See yOur uNderWear: Natalie Purschwitz and Kelly Lycan, to feb. 26.

Charles H. Scott Gallery ” 1399 Johnston 604-844-3809. ” the VOyage, Or three yearS at Sea Part I: rodney graham and tacita dean, to feb. 20

Circle Craft Gallery ” 1-1666 Johnston, granville Island 604-669-8021. ” ana Sousa, Chelsea Mainwaring, and andrea rokosz, to March 1. ” thrumming It: Vanessa thackray Cunningham spins woollen thrums, feb. 19, 12-4 pm.

Contemporary Art Gallery ” 555 Nelson 604-681-2700. ” uNdertheSuN: roy arden, to March 27.” an Invitation to an Infiltration publication launch, with performance by Jonathan Middleton, feb. 19, 3-5 pm

Granville Fine Art ” 2447 granville, 604-266-6010. ” PaINterS eLeVeN: abstract paintings by the toronto group Painters eleven, feb. 19-March 12 ” talk: Iris Nowell. feb 19, 3 pm.

Inuit Gallery ” 206 Cambie, 604-688-7323. ” CurreNt VISION: Kenojuak ashevak, feb. 19 -March 11.

Monte Clark Gallery ” 2339 granville 604-730-5000. ” haNOI CaLLINg: greg girard, photography, feb. 17-March 19.

Museum of Anthropology ” 6393 N.W. Marine 604-822-5087. ” houses some 535,000 objects, many of which originate from BC’s Northwest Coast.

Museum of Vancouver ” 1100 Chestnut 604-736-4431. ” SWeaterLOdge uNLatChed: Mammoth polarfleece sweater transformed into a soft lodge, created by Bill Pechet and Stephanie robb, to May 1.

Or Gallery ” 555 hamilton, 604-683-7395. ” KOMMa (after daLtON truMBO’S JOhNNy gOt hIS

guN): antonia hirsch, 16mm film, to March 19 Pendulum Gallery ” 885 W. georgia, hSBC, 604-879-7714. ” taizo yamamoto, opens feb. 24, 6 pm; to March 5.

Petley Jones Gallery ” 1554 W. 6th 604-732-5353. ” the VItaL geSture: david tycho, feb. 17-March 3.

Republic Gallery ” 732 richards St. ” StOPPageS: antonia hirsch’s ongoing World Map Project series, opens feb. 18, 6 pm; to april 9.

Satellite Gallery ” 560 Seymour. ” the NaMed aNd the uNNaMed: rebecca Belmore, video installation, to april 10.

Vancouver Art Gallery ” 750 hornby 604-662-4700. ” frOM the COLLeCtION: uNreaL: francis Bacon, Maxwell Bates, Matthew Brown, Marcel dzama, Jock Macdonald, Myfanwy MacLeod, Luanne Martineau, Paul McCarthy, Jason McLean, eric Metcalfe, al Neil, Marina roy and Cindy Sherman, among many others, to Sept. 5 ” KeN LuM: Survey of Vancouver artist’s career, to Sept. 25 ” We: VaNCOuVer: 12 MaNIfeStOS fOr the CIty: althea thauberger, Natalie Purschwitz, Shape architecture, Cause+affect, red flag design, alisa Smith, James MacKinnon, Critical Mass, and many others, to May 1.

Vancouver Maritime Museum ” 1905 Ogden, 604-257-8300. ” highlights Canada’s Pacific port and its links with the Pacific rim.

Western Front ” 303 e. 8th 604-876-9343. ” VeCtOr aSSOCIatION: Matei Bejenaru, dan acostioaei, florin Bobu and ayman ramadan, opens feb. 17, 7 pm; to april 16.

Winsor Gallery ” 3025 granville 604-681-4870. ” taLeS frOM the OutSKIrtS: Vitaly Medvedovsky; to March 5.

BURNABY/NORTH SHORE/RICHMOND

Burnaby Art Gallery ” 6344 deer Lake, Burnaby 604-297-4422.” Sybil andrews, to april 3

National Nikkei Museum & Heritage Centre ” 6688 Southoaks, Burnaby 604-777-8000. ” the art Of JIMMy tSutOMu MIrIKItaNI: an exploration of discrimination, and the healing power of creativity, to March 26.

Simon Fraser Gallery ” Sfu Burnaby Campus 778-782-4266. ” PhaNtOM SMILe: Matilda aslizadeh’s photographic suite of six female faces, to feb. 26.

Seymour Art Gallery ” 4360 gallant, N Van 604-924-1378. ” VeILS aNd VISIONS: Mixed media by Sylvia Kavanaugh and frank Zeidler, to March 6.

West Vancouver Museum ” 680 17th St., W Van 604-925-7295. ” time (time again): Late works by Lionel thomas and John Vanderpant, to feb. 26

Richmond Art Gallery ” 7700 Minoru gate 604-247-8300. ” LaSt rIOt: Video installation by russian artist collective aeS+f, to april 3.

Richmond Museum ” 7700 Minoru 604-231-6440. ” rIChMONd 125: Celebrates richmond’s 125th anniversary of the incorporation of richmond as a municipality. ” hONg WO StOre: exhibition recreates centre that served fishermen and the canneries, businesses and manufacturers.

Surrey Art Gallery ” 13750-88th ave. 604-501-5566. IN traNSItION: NeW art frOM INdIa: Showcases sculpture and installation art by seven contemporary artists from India, to March 27.

Surrey Museum ” 17710 56a ave. 604-592-6956 ” graduatION thrOugh the ageS: Celebration of high school graduation, to april 2.

–OPENING FRIDAY

7 Khoon Maaf “” In this black comedy thriller an Anglo-Indian woman goes on to kill her seven husbands. In Hindi with English subtitles. Not rated. Grande Surrey.

Big Mommas: Like Father Like Son “” An FBI agent with a penchant for donning a hefty drag disguise as Big Momma takes his stepson with him undercover after the teenager witnesses a murder. With Martin Lawrence and Brandon T. Jackson. Directed by John Whitesell. Parental guidance. International Village Cinemas, Park & Tilford, Station Square, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Empire Guildford, SilverCity Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

Cedar Rapids “” A naive insurance agent who has never ventured outside his small hometown expands his horizons at an insurance convention. With Ed Helms and John C. Reilly. Directed by Miguel Arteta. 14A. Fifth Avenue Cinemas, International Village Cinemas.

I Am Number Four “” John Smith, a fugitive on the run from killers who have eliminated three before him, is the new kid in a small town in Ohio. With Alex Pettyfer and Timothy Olyphant. Directed by D.J. Caruso. Parental guidance. On Imax at SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, also playing at Scotiabank Theatre, SilverCity Metropolis, Esplanade, SilverCity Coquitlam, Richmond Centre, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Criterion White Rock, Meadowtown Centre, Galaxy Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

Unknown “” A doctor awakens after a car accident only to discover that his wife doesn’t recognize him and another man has assumed his identity. With Liam Neeson and Diane Kruger. Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra. Parental guidance. Ridge Theatre, Scotiabank Theatre, Park & Tilford, SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Rialto White Rock, Meadowtown Centre, Galaxy Chilliwack, Silver-City Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

–SPECIAL EVENTS

Boy “” Reel 2 Real International Film Festival for Youth presents a coming-of-age tale from New Zealand about heroes, magic and Michael Jackson. Sunday, 3 p.m. at Vancity Theatre.

Day for Night: Films in the Afternoon “” THE DEVIL’S TOY (1966) directed by Claude Jutra and THE ERNIE GAME (1967) directed by Don Owen and featuring Leonard Cohen. Feb. 20, 2: 30 p.m. at The Waldorf Hotel, 1489 E. Hastings.

Metropolitan Opera: La Fanciulla Del West Encore “” Sat. 10 a.m. at Scotiabank Theatre, Park & Tilford, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley.

Mozart in China “” Reel 2 Real International Film Festival for Youth presents a film about Danny and his marionette, Mozart, who put on a show to raise money for a friend’s grandfather, who is in danger of losing his home. In German and Mandarin with English subtitles. Feb. 19, 3 p.m. at Pacific Cinematheque.

Pacific Cinematheque “” 1131 Howe St. Info: www.cinematheque. bc.ca or 604-688-FILM. ” CANADA’S TOP TEN 2010: The best Canadian films of the year, as chosen by independent panels of filmmakers, festival programmers, journalists, academics and industry professionals, Feb. 18-24. ” PINOCCHIO: Disney’s classic film about a wooden marionette who comes to life. Feb. 20, 1 p.m.

Rio On Broadway “” Friday Midnight Cult Classics: ETERNAL SuNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND. ” HOWL Sat. 7 p.m. ” NAKED LuNCH Sat. 9 p.m. plus live spoken word and jazz. ” EVIL DEAD SCARATHON! Evil Dead Sun. 5 p.m., Evil Dead 2 Sun. 7 p.m., Army of Darkness Sun. 9 p.m.

Vancouver International Film Centre “” Vancity Theatre at the Vancouver International Film Centre. 1181 Seymour. 604-683-FILM, vifc.org ” THE INFIDEL: An identity crisis comedy centered on a Muslim who discovers that he’s adopted -and Jewish. Fri 6: 30; Sat 3, 7, 9; Sun 4: 30, 8: 30; Mon 6: 30; Wed 8: 30, Thurs 6: 30 p.m. ” SELL OuT!: This debut feature from Yeo Joon Han is a post-modern comedy musical. Fri 8: 20; Sat 5: 00; Sun 6: 30; Wed 6: 30; Thu 8: 20 p.m. ” WHO IS HARRY NILSSON: Even if you don’t know the name, you know the songs including One (is the loneliest number), Mon 8: 30 p.m.

WWE: Elimination Chamber “” World Wrestling Entertainment payper-view, Sun. 5 p.m. at SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Grande Surrey, Galaxy Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission.

–FIRST RUN

127 Hours “ffffh” With an Oscar-worthy performance from James Franco this heart-stopping action movie that doesn’t move is a compelling piece of social drama. Directed by Danny Boyle. 14A. International Village Cinemas, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Cottonwood Chilliwack.

Another Year “ffffo” A year in the life of a couple married for 40 years and the people who surround them. With Jim Broadbent and Lesley Manville. Written and directed by Mike Leigh. Parental guidance. Fifth Avenue Cinemas.

Barney’s Version “ffffo” The story of a seemingly ordinary man whose extraordinary life spans four decades, two continents and three wives. With Paul Giamatti and Dustin Hoffman. Based on the novel by Mordecai Richler. Directed by Richard J. Lewis. Parental guidance. Fifth Avenue Cinemas, International Village Cinemas, Esplanade, SilverCity Coquitlam, Richmond Centre.

Black Swan “ffffo” A young ballerina finds herself locked in a web of competitive intrigue with a new rival in the dance company. With Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis. Directed by Darren Aronofsky. 14A. Scotiabank Theatre, Park & Tilford, Station Square, SilverCity Riverport, SilverCity Coquitlam, Colossus Langley, Cottonwood Chilliwack.

Blue Valentine “” In Derek Cianfrance’s Sundance buzz-generator, Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams establish a love affair over six years. 14A. International Village Cinemas, Rio on Broadway.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader “fffho” The third instalment of the Narnia series finds two of the Pevensie siblings aboard ship on a voyage to mysterious islands and a reunion with Aslan. With Georgie Henley and Skandar Keynes. Based on the novel by C.S. Lewis. Directed by Michael Apted. Parental guidance. In 3-D at select locations. Clova, Hollywood Surrey.

The Company Men “fffho” Corporate downsizing forces three co-workers to redefine their lives as men, husbands and fathers. With Ben Affleck and Tommy Lee Jones. Written and directed by John Wells. PG. Granville Cinemas

The Dilemma “ffhoo” In Ron Howard’s comedy, Vince Vaughn and Kevin James star as best buddies whose friendship is tested when Vaughn sees James’ wife (Winona Ryder) kissing another man. Parental guidance. Denman Cinemas, Hollywood Pitt Meadows, Hollywood Surrey.

The Eagle “ffooo” In secondcentury Britain, a Roman soldier and his slave embark on a dangerous mission beyond Hadrian’s Wall. With Channing Tatum and Jamie Bell. Directed by Kevin Macdonald. Parental guidance. International Village Cinemas, Esplanade, SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Meadowtown Centre, Galaxy Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

The Fighter “ffffo” A look at the early years of boxer “Irish” Micky Ward and his brother who helped train him before going pro in the mid-1980s. 14A. International Village Cinemas, Rio on Broadway, Station Square, Colossus Langley, SilverCity Coquitlam, Hollywood Pitt Meadows, SilverCity Riverport.

Gnomeo and Juliet “ffooo” Gnome-ic version of classic Shakespeare tale of two lovers. With the voices of James McAvoy and Emily Blunt. Directed by Kelly Asbury. General. In 3-D at select locations. International Village Cinemas, Oakridge, Park & Tilford, SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Coquitlam, Richmond Centre, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Criterion White Rock, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Meadowtown Centre, Galaxy Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

The Green Hornet “fffoo” Seth Rogen stars as a frat boy superhero in this action comedy. The hero’s self-delusion combines with director Michel Gondry’s surreal visuals to create a comic action film that’s both self-aware and unhinged. 14A. Scotiabank Theatre, SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Clova, Colossus Langley, Hollywood Surrey, Meadowtown Centre, Cottonwood Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

Gulliver’s Travels “ffhoo” A contemporary re-imagining of Jonathan Swift’s classic tale of Lemuel Gulliver, a small-time guy with big dreams that lead to a huge adventure, via the Bermuda Triangle. With Jack Black and Jason Segel. Directed by Rob Letterman. General. In 3-D at select locations. Hollywood Pitt Meadows.

Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows, Part 1 “fffho” The story of the boy wizard comes one step closer to its ultimate conclusion. Directed by David Yates. Parental guidance. In 3-D at select locations. Denman Cinemas, Granville Cinemas, Station Square, Hollywood Pitt Meadows, Hollywood Surrey.

Hubble 3-D “” Leonardo DiCaprio narrates this film about the Hubble telescope. Omnimax at Telus World of Science.

The Illusionist “ffffo” An animated film about an aging magician meeting a young fan who changes his life forever. Written by Sylvain Chomet and Jacques Tati. Directed by Chomet. With the voices of Jean-Claude Donda and Edith Rankin. In French with English subtitles. Parental guidance. International Village Cinemas.

Incendies “fffff” A mother’s will reveals secrets in this Quebec film. In French with English subtitles. Parental guidance. Fifth Avenue Cinemas, International Village Cinemas.

Inside Job “ffffo” An insider’s documentary look at the story behind the economic crisis of 2008. Narrated by Matt Damon. Written and directed by Charles Ferguson. Parental guidance. 110 min. Hollywood Theatre.

Just Go With It “fhooo” To cover up a lie, a plastic surgeon who is romancing a much younger schoolteacher enlists his assistant to pose as his ex-wife. With Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston. Directed by Dennis Dugan. Parental guidance. Oakridge, Scotiabank Theatre, Park & Tilford, Dolphin Theatre, SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Coquitlam, Richmond Centre, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Criterion White Rock, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Meadowtown Centre, Galaxy Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never “fffho” This documentary traces the rise of the young pop singer Justin Bieber. Directed by Jon M. Chu. In 3-D at select locations. Oakridge, Scotiabank Theatre, Esplanade, SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Criterion White Rock, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Meadowtown Centre, Galaxy Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

The King’s Speech “ffffo” This film from director Tom Hooper created massive buzz at the fall film fests. Colin Firth plays England’s King George VI, who suffers from a humiliating stutter. Hope comes in the form of an eccentric speech therapist (Geoffrey Rush). Helena Bonham Carter is the Missus. Parental guidance. Dunbar Theatre, Park Theatre, Scotiabank Theatre, Park & Tilford, Dolphin Theatre, SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Silver-City Coquitlam, Richmond Centre, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Centre, Galaxy Chilliwack, Silver-City Mission, Towne Abbotsford.

Little Fockers “ffooo” Familypatriarch Jack Byrnes wants to appoint a successor. Does his son-in-law, the “male nurse”, Greg Focker have what it takes? Parental guidance. 98 min. Hollywood Pitt Meadows.

The Mechanic “ffhoo” When his mentor is murdered, an elite assassin joins forces with his mentor’s son to seek revenge. With Jason Statham and Ben Foster. Directed by Simon West. 14A. International Village Cinemas, Station Square, SilverCity Coquitlam, Colossus Langley, SilverCity Riverport, Hollywood Pitt Meadows, Hollywood Surrey, Cottonwood Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission.

Megamind “ffffo” The most brilliant super-villain the world has ever known, and the least successful. General. In 3-D at select locations. Hollywood Surrey, Hollywood Pitt Meadows.

No Strings Attached “ffhoo” Lifelong friends Emma and Adam try to maintain a purely physical relationship without any emotional expectations or entanglements. With Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher. Directed by Ivan Reitman. 14A. Scotiabank Theatre, SilverCity Metropolis, SilverCity Coquitlam, Richmond Centre, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Meadowtown Centre, SilverCity Mission.

Patiala House “” Set in a London suburb, the game of cricket is the catalyst for tension between a traditional Punjabi father and his son in this Bollywood feature. In Hindi with English subtitles. Not rated. SilverCity Riverport, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey.

The Rite “fffoo” Inspired by true events, a veteran priest introduces a skeptical seminary student to the dark side of their faith at a Vatican school that trains clergymen to be exorcists. With Anthony Hopkins and Colin O’Donoghue. Directed by Mikael Hafstrom. Parental guidance. Granville Cinemas, Station Square.

he Roommate “” Sara quickly ecomes friends with her new colege roommate, Rebecca. Troubles oon escalate when Sara learns hrough others that Rebecca may ot be emotionally stable, and ebecca develops an unhealthy nfatuation with Sara that soon urns violent. With Minka Kelly nd Leighton Meester. Directed by hristian E. Christiansen. Parental uidance. Granville Cinemas, splanade, SilverCity Metropolis, ilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity iverport, Colossus Langley, Emire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Holywood Pitt Meadows, Cottonwood hilliwack, SilverCity Mission,

Sanctum “ffhoo” A master diver and his crew, which includes his 17-year-old son and his financier, are trapped in a cave in the South Pacific after a flash flood and must navigate an underwater labyrinth to survive. With Richard Roxburgh and Rhys Wakefield. Directed by Alister Grierson. 14A. In 3-D at select locations. Scotiabank Theatre, Esplanade, Park & Tilford, Station Square, SilverCity Coquitlam, SilverCity Riverport, Colossus Langley, Empire Guildford, Grande Surrey, Meadowtown Centre, Galaxy Chilliwack, SilverCity Mission.

The Social Network “fffff” Journey of Mark Zuckerberg, from Harvard student to the world’s youngest billionaire as co-founder of Facebook. With Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield. Directed by David Fincher. PG Denman Cinemas, Granville Cinemas.

Tangled “fffho” Disney recasts the Rapunzel story as the tale of a charming rogue who discovers a beautiful girl living in an isolated tower. Zachary Levi and Mandy Moore provide the lead voices; Byron Howard and Nathan Greno direct. General. In 3-D at select locations. Denman Cinemas, Esplanade, Station Square, SilverCity Coquitlam, Colossus Langley, Hollywood Pitt Meadows, Hollywood Surrey.

Tron: Legacy “fffoo” A virtual-world worker looks to take down the master control program. Parental guidance. Granville Cinemas, Cottonwood Chilliwack.

True Grit “ffffo” A tough u.S. Marshal helps a stubborn young woman track down her father’s murderer. Parental guidance. 110 min. Fifth Avenue Cinemas, International Village Cinemas, Rio on Broadway, Esplanade, Colossus Langley, SilverCity Coquitlam, Hollywood Pitt Meadows, Hollywood Surrey.

The Ultimate Wave Tahiti “fffho” Kelly Slater, a ninetime world surfing champion goes on a quest to find the perfect surfing experience. Omnimax at Telus World of Science.

The Way Back “fffho” Based on Slavomir Rawicz’s account of being captured by the Red Army in 1939 and his journey to freedom with his fellow gulag prisoners across the Siberian arctic, the Gobi Desert and the Himalayas. With Colin Farrell and Ed Harris. Written and directed by Peter Weir. Parental guidance. Granville Cinemas.

Yamla Pagla Deewana “” A Bollywood musical directed by Samir Karnik. Not rated. Grande Surrey.

Yogi Bear “fffoo” A documentary filmmaker travels to Jellystone Park to shoot a project and soon crosses paths with Yogi Bear, his sidekick Boo-Boo, and Ranger Smith. General. 85 min. Meadowtown Centre, Hollywood Surrey.

–SECOND RUN

Beavers “” Documentary about the toothy mammals. Omnimax at Telus World of Science.

The Next Three Days “ffhoo” Elizabeth Banks stars as a woman jailed for murder; her husband (Russell Crowe) tries to break her out. PG Hollywood Theatre.

Somewhere “ffffo” A hardliving Hollywood actor taking refuge in the Chateau Marmont is forced to examine his life after a surprise visit from his 11-year-old daughter. With Stephen Dorff and Chris Pontius. Written and directed by Sofia Coppola. Parental guidance. Denman Cinemas.

To the Limit “” What happens in a human body during high stress activities like extreme sports. Omnimax at Telus World of Science.

Age ratings: G: All ages. PG: Parental guidance advised. 14A: Under 14 must be accompanied by adult. 18A: Under 18 must be accompanied by adult. R: No one under 18 may view. U: Unrated

Listings Are Current To Thursday.

Listings Are Current To Thursday.

–BURNABY

Dolphin Theatre

4555 E. Hastings 604-569-3369 Www.Dolphintheatre.Ca

Just Go With It (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 4: 45, 7, 9: 15; Sat, Sun 2: 30, 4: 45, 7, 9: 15

The Kings Speech (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 4: 45, 7, 9: 15; Sat, Sun 2: 30, 4: 45, 7, 9: 15

SilverCity Metropolis

4700 Kingsway Ave, 604-435-7474

Just Go With It (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 30, 4: 30, 7: 20, 10: 15; Mon-Thurs 1: 50, 4: 30, 7: 20, 10

The Eagle (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 15, 4: 15, 7: 05, 9: 55; Mon-Thurs 1: 35, 4: 15, 7: 05, 9: 50

GnOmeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri-Sun 12: 30, 2: 35, 4: 45, 7: 15, 9: 35; Mon-Thurs 2, 4: 35, 7: 15, 9: 35

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) Fri-Sun 1, 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30; Mon-Thurs 1: 15, 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30

The Roommate (PG) Fri-Sun 12: 45, 3: 45, 6: 35, 9: 10; Mon-Thurs 1: 10, 3: 45, 6: 35, 9: 10

Sanctum 3D (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 10, 4: 10, 7, 9: 45; Mon-Thurs 1: 30, 4: 10, 7, 9: 40

The Mechanic (14A) Fri, Sun 1: 20, 4: 20, 7: 10, 9: 40; Sat 4: 20, 7: 10, 9: 40; Mon 1: 20, 3: 35; Tues-Thurs 1: 20, 4: 20, 6: 50, 9: 25

No Strings Attached (14A) Fri-Sun 12: 40, 3: 40, 6: 30, 9: 15;

Mon-Thurs 1, 3: 40, 6: 30, 9: 15 The Green Hornet 3D (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 05, 4: 05, 6: 55, 9: 50; Mon-Thurs 1: 25, 4: 05, 6: 55, 9: 45

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 25, 4: 25, 7: 25, 10: 10; Mon-Thurs 1: 45, 4: 25, 7: 10, 9: 55

Station Square

220-6200 Mckay Ave., 604-434-7711

What Women Want (G) Fri 4: 10, 7: 10, 10: 10; Sat 1: 10, 4: 10, 7: 10, 10: 10; Sun 1: 10, 4: 10, 7: 10; Mon-Thurs 4: 10, 7: 10

The Rite (PG) Fri 4: 20, 7: 20, 10: 20; Sat 1: 20, 4: 20, 7: 20, 10: 20; Sun 1: 20, 4: 20, 7: 20; Mon-Thurs 4: 20, 7: 20

True Grit (14A) Fri-Sat 10: 30; Sun-Thurs 7: 30

Tron: Legacy (PG) Fri 4: 05, 7: 05, 10: 05; Sat 1: 05, 4: 05, 7: 05, 10: 05; Sun 1: 05, 4: 05, 7: 05; Mon-Thurs 4: 05, 7: 05

The Fighter (14A) Fri 4: 15, 7: 15, 10: 15; Sat 1: 15, 4: 15, 7: 15, 10: 15; Sun 1: 15, 4: 15, 7: 15; Mon-Thurs 4: 15, 7: 15

Black Swan (14A) Fri 4: 25, 7: 25, 10: 25; Sat 1: 25, 4: 25, 7: 25, 10: 25; Sun 1: 25, 4: 25, 7: 25; Mon-Thurs 4: 25, 7: 25

Tangled (G) Fri 4: 30, 7: 30; Sat 1: 30, 4: 30, 7: 30; Sun 1: 30, 4: 30; Mon-Thurs 4: 30

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (PG) Fri 4, 7, 10; Sat 1, 4, 7, 10; Sun 1, 4, 7; Mon-Thurs 4, 7

–FRASER VALLEY

Cottonwood 4

453802 Luckakuck Way, Chilliwack., 604 858-

6028 Tangled (G) Fri-Sun, Tues 3, 5

The Dilemma (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7; Sat, Sun 12: 50, 7

Yogi Bear (G) Fri, Tues 4: 40; Sat, Sun 12: 55, 4: 40

No Strings Attached (14A) Fri-Sun, Tues 2: 40, 7: 15; Mon, Wed, Thurs 7: 15

Country Strong (PG) 9: 35

The Rite (PG) 9: 15

Burlesque (PG) Fri-Sun, Tues 4: 45, 9: 25; Mon, Wed, Thurs 9: 25

Megamind 3D (G) Fri-Sun, Tues 2: 45 The Fighter (14A) Fri, Mon-Thurs 9: 10; Sat, Sun 12: 40, 9: 10

Gulliver’s Travels (G) Sat, Sun 12: 45 Little Fockers (PG) Fri-Sun, Tues 5: 10, 7: 10; Mon, Wed, Thurs 7: 10

True Grit (14A) Fri-Sun, Tues 2: 55, 7: 20; Mon, Wed, Thurs 7: 20

Galaxy Cinemas Chilliwack

#226 8249 Eagle Landing Parkway, Chilliwack, 604-793-0516

Just Go With It (PG) Fri 7: 10, 10: 10; Sat-Sun 1: 15, 4: 15, 7: 10, 10: 10; Mon-Thurs 7, 9: 50

The Eagle (PG) Fri 7: 15, 10: 05; Sat-Sun 1: 30, 4: 20, 7: 15, 10: 05; Mon-Thurs 6: 55, 9: 40

Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri 7: 20, 9: 35; Sat-Sun 12: 30, 2: 45, 5, 7: 20, 9: 35; Mon-Thurs 6: 55, 9: 20

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) Fri, Mon-Thurs 6: 45, 9: 30; Sat-Sun 1, 3: 50, 6: 45, 9: 30

The Roommate (PG) Fri 7: 25, 9: 50; Sat-Sun 1: 45, 4: 30, 7: 25, 9: 50; Mon-Thurs 7: 15, 9: 35

Sanctum 3D (14A) Fri 7, 10; Sat-Sun 1: 10, 4: 10, 7, 10; Mon-Thurs 7: 10, 9: 45

The Green Hornet (14A) FrI 7: 05, 9: 55; Sat-Sun 1: 05, 4, 7: 05, 9: 55; Mon-Thurs 7: 05, 9: 50

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 6: 50, 9: 40; Sat-Sun 12: 45, 3: 45, 6: 50, 9: 40

ilverCity Mission

2555 London Avenue., 604-820-2733

ust Go With It (PG) Fri 4: 20, 7: 15, 10: 10; Sat-Sun 1: 30, : 20, 7: 15, 10: 10; Mon-Thurs 7: 15, 10: 10 (Star & Strollrs Screening) Thurs 1

he Eagle (PG) Fri 4: 05, 7: 35, 10: 25; Sat-Sun 1: 15, 4: 05, : 35, 10: 25; Mon-Thurs 7: 35, 10: 25

Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri 4: 30, 7, 9: 20; Sat-Sun 1: 45, 4: 30, 7, 9: 20; Mon-Thurs 7, 9: 20

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) Fri 3: 50, 6: 45, 9: 30; Sat-Sun 1, 3: 50, 6: 45, 9: 30; Mon-Thurs 7, 9: 30

The Roommate (PG) Fri 4, 6: 50, 10: 05; Sat-Sun 1: 05, 4, 6: 50, 10: 05; Mon-Thurs 7: 20, 10: 05

Sanctum 3D (14A) Fri 4: 10, 7: 20, 10: 15; Sat-Sun 1: 30, 4: 10, 7: 20, 10: 15; Mon-Thurs 7: 20, 10: 15

The Mechanic (14A) Fri 3: 55, 7: 40, 10; Sat-Sun 1: 20, 3: 55, 7: 40, 10; Mon-Thurs 7: 40, 10

No Strings Attached (14A) Fri 4: 15, 6: 55, 9: 40; Sat-Sun 1: 25, 4: 15, 6: 55, 9: 40; Mon-ThurS 7, 9: 40

The Green Hornet (14A) Fri 4: 30, 7: 30, 10: 20; Sat-Sun 1: 35, 4: 30, 7: 30, 10: 20; Mon-Thurs 7: 30, 10: 20

True Grit (14A) Fri-Sat 4: 25, 7: 25, 10: 15; Sun 1: 40, 4: 25, 7: 25, 10: 15; Mon-Thurs 7: 25, 10: 15

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri 4: 10, 7: 10, 9: 55; Sat-Sun 1: 10, 4: 10, 7: 10, 9: 55; Mon-Thurs 7: 10, 9: 55 (Stars & Strollers Screening) Thurs 1

127 Hours (14A) Fri 4: 35, 7: 05, 9: 45; Sat-Sun 1: 50, 4: 35, 7: 05, 9: 45; Mon 9: 45; Tues-Thurs 7: 05, 9: 45

Towne Cinema Centre

1518 Mccallum Rd. Abbotsford 604-853-8600

The King’s Speech (PG) 1, 3: 40, 7, 9: 40

The Roommate (PG) 1, 3: 40, 7, 9: 40

Gnomeo And Juliet (G) 1: 25, 3: 30, 7: 25, 9: 30

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) 1: 10, 3: 35, 7: 10, 9: 35

No Strings Attached (14A) 1: 20, 3: 55, 7: 20

The Mechanic (14A) 9: 55

The Green Hornet (14A) 1: 05, 3: 45, 7: 05, 9: 45 Just Go With It (PG) 1: 15, 3: 50, 7: 15, 9: 50

The Eagle (PG) 1: 10, 3: 45, 7: 10, 9: 45

Sanctum (14A) 1: 30, 4, 7: 30, 10

MAPLE RIDGE/PITT ? ? MEADOWS

Hollywood 3 Pitt Meadows

19190 Lougheed Hwy. Www.Hollywood3.Ca 604-459-6004

Gullivers Travel (G) Fri, Mon, Tues, Thurs 5: 20; Sat, Sun, Wed 12: 20,2, 3: 40, 5: 20

Tron Legacy (PG) 7 The Dilemma (PG) 9: 20

Little Fockers (PG) Fri, Mon, Tues, Thurs 5, 7; Sat, Sun, Wed 12: 20, 5, 7

The Chronicles Of Narnia The Voyage Of The Dawn

Treader (PG) Sat, Sun, Wed 2: 45

The Fighter (14A) 8: 55

True Grit (14A) 7: 15, 9: 20

Harry Potter (PG) Sat, Sun, Wed 2: 15

Social Network (U) 5 Megamind (G) Sat, Sun, Wed 12: 20

Meadowtown Centre Cinemas

410-19800 Lougheed Hwy. Pitt Meadows 604-460-6455

Just Go With It (PG) Fri 4: 15, 6: 55, 9: 40; Sat 1: 20, 4: 15, 6: 55, 9: 40; Sun 1: 20, 4: 15, 6: 55; Mon-Thurs 4: 25, 7: 10 (Star & Strollers Screening) Thurs 1

The Eagle (PG) Fri 4: 30, 7: 25, 10: 05; Sat 1: 45, 4: 30, 7: 25, 10: 05; Sun 1: 45, 4: 30, 7: 25; Mon-Thurs 4: 45, 7: 25

Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri 4: 25, 6: 50, 9: 20; Sat 1: 30, 4: 25, 6: 50, 9: 20; Sun 1: 30, 4: 25, 6: 50; Mon-Thurs 4: 15, 6: 45

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) Fri 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30; Sat 1, 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30; Sun 1, 3: 50, 6: 40; Mon-Thurs 4: 30, 7: 15

The Roommate (PG) Fri 4: 05, 7: 30, 9: 55; Sat 1: 45, 4: 05, 7: 30, 9: 55; Sun 1: 45, 4: 05, 7: 30; Mon-Thurs 5, 7: 40

Sanctum 3D (14A) Fri 4: 20, 7: 05, 9: 50; Sat 1: 35, 4: 20, 7: 05, 9: 50; Sun 1: 35, 4: 20, 7: 05; Mon-Thurs 4: 50, 7: 20

The Mechanic (14A) Fri-Sat 7: 40, 10: 10; Sun 7: 40; Mon-Thurs 6: 55

No Strings Attached (14A) Fri 4: 35, 7: 20, 10; Sat 1: 40, 4: 35, 7: 20, 10; Sun 1: 40, 4: 35, 7: 20; Mon-Thurs 4: 55, 7: 35

The Green Hornet (14A) Fri 4: 10, 7: 15, 9: 55; Sat 1: 15, 4: 10, 7: 15, 9: 55; Sun 1: 15, 4: 10, 7: 15; Mon-Thurs 4: 40,

7: 15 (Stars & Strollers Screening) Thurs 1 Yogi Bear (G) Fri 3: 55; Sat-Sun 1: 10, 3: 55; Mon-

Thurs 4: 20 The King’s Speech (PG) Fri 4: 15, 7, 9: 45; Sat 1: 25, 4: 15, 7, 9: 45; Sun 1: 25, 4: 15, 7; Mon-Thurs 4: 35, 7: 30

–COQUITLAM

SilverCity Coquitlam

170 Schoolhouse Street, 604-523-6001

Just Go With It (PG) Fri-Sun 12: 35, 1: 15, 3: 25, 4: 30, 7, 7: 30, 9: 50, 10: 10; Mon-Tues, Thurs 1: 15, 1: 50, 3: 55, 4: 30, 6: 55, 7: 25, 9: 50, 10: 10; Wed 1: 50, 3: 55, 4: 30, 6: 55, 7: 25, 9: 50, 10: 10 (Stars & Strollers Screening, Wed 1)

he Eagle (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 30, 4: 15, 7: 05, 9: 55; Mon-Thurs : 35, 4: 15, 7: 10, 9: 55

Gnomeo And Juliet (G) Fri-Sun 1: 40, 4: 15, 7: 25; Mon-Tues, Thurs 1: 40, 4: 15, 7: 30; Wed 4: 15, 7: 30 (Stars & Strollers Screening, Wed 1)

Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri-Sun 12: 30, 2: 50, 5: 10, 7: 25, 9: 45; Mon-Thurs 1: 25, 3: 35, 6: 40, 9: 15

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) 1, 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30 From Prada To Nada (PG) 1: 20, 4: 05, 6: 50, 9: 30

The Roommate (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 35, 4: 20, 7: 10, 9: 45; Mon-Thurs 1: 30, 4: 35, 7: 10, 9: 40

Sanctum 3D (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 15, 4, 7: 15, 10: 15; Mon-Thurs 1: 30, 4: 05, 7: 15, 10: 15

What Women Want (G) Fri-Sun 7, 9: 50; Mon-Thurs 7, 9: 45

The Mechanic (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 30, 4: 35, 7: 30, 10; Mon-Thurs 1: 35, 4: 25, 7: 35, 10

The Rite (PG) 9: 45

No Strings Attached (14A) 1: 10, 3: 45, 6: 40, 9: 20

Incendies (PG) (French W/E.S.T.) Fri-Sun 12: 30, 3: 30, 6: 40, 9: 35; Mon-Thurs 1: 15, 4: 10, 7, 10

The Green Hornet 3D (14A) Fri-Sun 12: 30, 3: 20, 7: 15, 10: 05; Mon-Tues, Thurs 1: 45, 4: 35, 7: 20, 10: 05; Wed 1: 20, 4, 10: 15

Barney’s Version (U) Fri-Sun 12: 50, 4, 6: 55, 9: 55; Mon-Thurs 1, 4, 7, 9: 55

True Grit (14A) 7: 20, 10: 05

The Fighter (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 10, 3: 55, 7: 05, 10; Mon 1: 10, 3: 55, 6: 55; Tues-Thurs 1: 10, 3: 55, 6: 55, 10: 10

The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn

Treader (PG) 1: 25, 4: 10

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri-Sun 12: 55, 3: 40, 6: 30, 9: 20; Mon-Thurs 1: 05, 3: 50, 6: 35, 9: 25

Black Swan (14A) Fri-Sun 12: 45, 3: 35, 6: 55, 9: 40; Mon-Thurs 1: 40, 4: 20, 7: 05, 9: 40

Tangled (G) Fri-Sun 1: 20, 3: 50; Mon-Thurs 1: 20, 3: 45

127 Hours (14A) Fri, Sun 12: 40, 3: 45, 6: 35, 9: 25; Sat 3: 45, 6: 35, 9: 25; Mon 1: 05, 3: 35, 9: 50; Tues-Thurs 1: 05, 3: 35, 6: 35, 9: 40

Doctor Zhivago (U) Wed 6: 30

–NORTH VANCOUVER

Esplanade 6 Cinemas

200 West Esplanade, 604-983-2762

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (U) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7: 15, 9: 50; Sat-Sun 1: 45, 4: 30, 7: 15, 9: 50

True Grit (14A) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7, 9: 45; Sat-Sun 1: 30, 4: 15, 7, 9: 45

The Roommate (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7: 30, 9: 55; Sat-Sun 1: 15, 4, 7: 30, 9: 55

Barney’s Version (Not Rated) Fri, Mon-Thurs 6: 30, 9: 30; Sat-Sun 12: 40, 3: 30, 6: 30, 9: 30

The Eagle (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 6: 50, 9: 40; Sat-Sun 1, 3: 40, 6: 50, 9: 40

127 Hours (14A) 9: 35

Tangled (G) Fri, Mon-Thurs 6: 45; Sat-Sun 12: 50, 3: 50, 6: 45

Park & Tilford

333 Brooksbank Ave., 604-985-3911

Just Go With It (PG) Fri 6: 50, 9: 40; Sat-Sun 1: 10, 4, 6: 50, 9: 40; Mon-Thurs 7, 9: 40 (Stars & Strollers

Screening, Thurs 1) Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri 7, 9: 10; Sat-Sun 12: 30, 2: 40, 4: 50, 7, 9: 10; Mon-Thurs 6: 50, 9: 10

Sanctum 3D (14A) Fri 6: 45, 9: 50; Sat-Sun 1, 3: 40, 6: 45, 9: 50; Mon-Thurs 6: 35, 9: 25

The Green Hornet 3D (14A) Fri 6: 55, 9: 45; Sat-Sun 1: 20, 4: 10, 6: 55, 9: 45; Mon-Thurs 6: 45, 9: 30

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri 6: 40, 9: 30; Sat-Sun 12: 50, 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30; Mon-Thurs 6: 30, 9: 20

Black Swan (14A) Fri 6: 30, 9: 20; Sat 3: 30, 6: 30, 9: 20; Sun 12: 40, 3: 30, 6: 30, 9: 20; Mon-Thurs 6: 40, 9: 15 (Stars & Strollers Screening, Thurs 1)

–RICHMOND

Richmond Centre 6

6551 #3 Rd., 604-273-7173

Just Go With It (PG) Fri 4: 20, 7: 10, 9: 50; Sat 1: 20, 4: 20, 7: 10, 9: 50; Sun 1: 20, 4: 20, 7: 10; Mon-Thurs 4: 20, 7: 10

Gnomeo And Juliet (G) Fri 4: 15, 6: 50, 9; Sat 1: 15, 4: 15, 6: 50, 9; Sun 1: 15, 4: 15, 6: 50; Mon-Thurs 4: 15, 6: 50

What Women Want (G) Fri 4: 10, 7: 05, 9: 40; Sat 1: 10, 4: 10, 7: 05, 9: 40; Sun 1: 10, 4: 10, 7: 05; Mon-ThuRs 4: 10, 7: 05

No Strings Attached (14A) Fri 4: 25, 7: 15, 9: 45; Sat 1: 25, 4: 25, 7: 15, 9: 45; Sun 1: 25, 4: 25, 7: 15; Mon-Thurs 4: 25, 7: 15

Barney’s Version (U) Fri 4, 7, 9: 55; Sat 1, 4, 7, 9: 55; Sun 1, 4, 7; Mon-Thurs 4, 7

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri 4: 05, 6: 55, 9: 35; Sat 1: 05, 4: 05, 6: 55, 9: 35; Sun 1: 05, 4: 05, 6: 55; Mon-Thurs 4: 05, 6: 55

SilverCity Riverport

14211 Entertainment Way 604-277-5993

Just Go With It (PG) Fri-Wed 1, 4, 7: 05, 7: 30, 10: 05, 10: 30; Thurs 4, 7: 05, 7: 30, 10: 05, 10: 30 (Stars & Strollers Screening, Thurs 1)

The Eagle (PG) 12: 15, 3: 35, 6: 55, 9: 50

Gnomeo And Juliet (G) 12: 15, 2: 30, 4: 45, 7

Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) 12: 45, 3, 5: 15, 7: 30, 10

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) 1, 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30

Patiala House (U) (Hindi W/E.S.T.) 12: 30, 4: 30, 8

The Roommate (PG) 1: 35, 4: 40, 7: 45, 10: 20

Sanctum 3D (14A) 12: 25, 3: 30, 7: 05, 10: 05

What Women Want (G) 12: 30, 3: 45, 7: 15, 10: 10

The Mechanic (14A) 1: 20, 4: 10, 7: 10, 10: 15

No Strings Attached (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 30, 4: 30, 7: 30, 10: 45; Mon-Thurs 1: 30, 4: 30, 7: 30, 10: 25

The Green Hornet 3D (14A) Fri-Tues, Thurs 1, 4: 05, 7: 20,

10: 20; Wed 1, 3: 50, 10: 30 The Dilemma (PG) 9: 45

True Grit (14A) Fri-Sat, Mon-Thurs 1: 15, 4: 25, 7: 35, 10: 25; Sun 4: 25, 7: 35, 10: 25

The Fighter (14A) Fri, Sun 12: 55, 4: 20, 7: 40, 10: 40; Sat 4: 20, 7: 40, 10: 40; Mon-Thurs 12: 55, 4: 20, 7: 40, 10: 30

Tron: Legacy: An Imax 3D Experience (PG) Fri-Wed 1, 4, 7, 10

The King’s Speech (PG) 12: 20, 3: 25, 6: 50, 9: 55

Black Swan (14A) Fri-Wed 12: 35, 3: 40, 6: 40, 9: 40; Thurs 3: 40, 6: 40, 9: 40 (Stars & Strollers Screening, Thurs 1)

Tangled (U) 12: 40, 3: 30

127 Hours (14A) Fri-Sun 12: 50, 4: 15, 7: 25, 10: 35; Mon-Thurs 12: 50, 4: 15, 7: 25, 10: 30

Doctor Zhivago (U) Wed 6: 30

–SURREY/DELTA/LANGLEY

Clova

5732 -176 Street, Cloverdale, 604 574 1114

True Grit (U) Fri.-Thurs. 7 Blue Valentine (U) Fri.-Thurs. 9: 05

Gulliver’s Travels (G) Sat.-Sun. 1: 30

Colossus Langley

200th St & Hwy #1 Langley, 604-513-8747

Just Go With It (PG) Fri-Sun 12: 40, 1: 15, 3: 45, 4: 15, 7, 7: 30, 9: 55, 10: 30; Mon-Tues, Thurs 4, 4: 30, 7, 7: 30, 9: 55, 10: 30; Wed 4: 30, 7, 7: 30, 9: 55, 10: 30 (Stars & Strollers Screening, Wed 3)

The Eagle (PG) Fri-Sun 12: 45, 3: 55, 7: 05, 10: 10; Mon-Thurs 3: 55, 7: 05, 10: 10

Gnomeo And Juliet (G) Fri-Sun 1: 30, 4: 10, 7; Mon-

Thurs 4: 10, 6: 50 Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri-Sun 12: 35, 3, 5: 20, 7: 45, 10: 10; Mon-Thurs 4: 50, 7: 20, 9: 45

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) Fri-Sun 1, 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30; Mon-Thurs 3: 50, 6: 40, 9: 30

The Roommate (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 25, 4: 20, 7: 35, 10: 15; Mon-Tues, Thurs 4: 40, 7: 35, 10: 15; Wed 7: 35, 10: 15 (Stars & Strollers Screening, Wed 3)

Sanctum 3D (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 30, 4: 25, 7: 15, 10; Mon-Thurs 4: 25, 7: 15, 10

The Mechanic (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 20, 4: 15, 7: 25, 10: 05; Mon-Thurs 4: 45, 7: 25, 10: 05

The Rite (PG) 9: 35

No Strings Attached (14A) Fri-Sun 12: 30, 3: 35, 7: 05, 9: 50; Mon-Thurs 4: 05, 7: 05, 9: 50

The Green Hornet 3D (14A) Fri-Sun 12: 50, 4, 7: 15, 10: 05; Mon-Thurs 4, 7: 15, 10: 05

The Dilemma (PG) Fri-Sun, Tues-Thurs 10: 25

True Grit (14A) Fri, Sun 12: 55, 3: 55, 7: 40, 10: 20; Sat 3: 55, 7: 40, 10: 20; Mon-Thurs 4: 35, 7: 40, 10: 20

The Fighter (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 10, 4: 25, 7: 25, 10: 15; Mon-Thurs 4: 25, 7: 25, 10: 15

Tron: Legacy: An Imax 3D Experience (PG) Fri-Sun 1, 4, 7, 10; Mon-Wed 4, 7, 10

The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader (PG) Fri-Sun 12: 55, 3: 50, 7: 10; Mon 3: 50; Tues-Thurs 3: 50, 7: 10

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri-Sun 12: 40, 3: 45, 6: 50, 9: 55; Mon-Thurs 3: 45, 6: 50, 9: 55

Black Swan (14A) Fri-Sat 12: 45, 3: 40, 6: 45, 9: 40; Sun 3: 40, 6: 45, 9: 40; Mon-Thurs 3: 55, 6: 45, 9: 40

Tangled 3D (G) Fri-Sun 1: 05, 4: 05, 6: 55, 9: 40; Mon-Tues, Thurs 4: 05, 6: 55, 9: 40; Wed 3: 40

127 Hours (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 35, 4: 30, 7: 20, 9: 45; Mon 3: 45, 7: 20, 9: 45; Tues-Thurs 4: 35, 7: 20, 9: 45

Doctor Zhivago (U) Wed 6: 30

Caprice 4 White Rock

2381 King George Hwy., 604-531-7456 Just Go With It (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7, 9: 30; Sat-Sun 2, 7, 9: 30

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (G) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7: 20, 9: 25; Sat-Sun 1, 3: 15, 7: 20, 9: 25

Gnomeo & Juliet (G) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7: 30, 9: 20 Mat Sat-Sun 2: 30, 7: 30, 9: 20

Sanctum (14A) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7: 10, 9: 35; Sat-Sun 2: 15, 7: 10, 9: 35

Empire Studio 12 Guildford

15051-101st Ave. Surrey, 604-581-1716

Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri-Sun 1: 30, 4: 15, 6: 45, 9: 15; Mon-Thurs 4: 15, 6: 45, 9: 15

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) Fri-Sun 1, 4, 7, 10; Mon-ThUrs 4, 7, 10

From Prada To Nada (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 40, 4: 25, 6: 55, 9: 30; Mon-Thurs 4: 25, 6: 55, 9: 30

Sanctum 3D (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 50, 4: 45, 7: 30, 10: 10; Mon-Thurs 4: 45, 7: 30, 10: 10

Just Go With It (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 45, 4: 30, 7: 15, 10: 15; Mon-Thurs 4: 30, 7: 15, 10: 15

No Strings Attached (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 35, 4: 20, 6: 50, 9: 25; Mon-Thurs 4: 20, 6: 50, 9: 25

The Eagle (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 25, 4: 35, 7: 20, 9: 55; Mon-Thurs 4: 35, 7: 20, 9: 55

The Roommate (PG) Fri-Sat 1: 20, 4: 40, 7: 25, 9: 40; Sun 1: 20, 7: 25, 9: 40; Mon-Thurs 4: 40, 7: 25, 9: 40

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri-Sun 1: 05, 3: 55, 6: 40, 9: 30; Mon-Thurs 3: 55, 6: 40, 9: 30

127 Hours (14A) Fri-Sun 1: 55, 7: 35; Mon-Thurs 7: 35

The Mechanic (14A) 4: 50, 9: 50

Patiala House (U) Fri-Sun 1: 10, 4: 10, 7: 10, 10: 05; Mon-

Thurs 4: 10, 7: 10, 10: 05 The Green Hornet (14A) Sat-Sun 1: 15, 4: 05, 7: 05, 9: 45; Mon-Thurs 4: 05, 7: 05, 9: 45

Hollywood 3 Cinemas

7125 138th St. Surrey, 604-592-4441

Tangled (G) Fri 5, Sat, Sun 12: 30, 2: 45, 5, 7; Mon-Wed 5, 7; Thurs 5

Tron Legacy (PG) 9

Yogi Bear (G) Fri, Mon-Thurs 5: 30, 7: 10; Sat, Sun 12, 1: 40, 5: 30, 7: 10

The Chronicles Of Narnia The Voyage Of The Dawn

Treader 3D (PG) Sat, Sun 3: 20

Little Fockers (PG) 8: 50

True Grit (14A) 7: 15

The Dilemma (PG) 9: 20

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 4: 35; Sat, Sun 12, 4: 35

Megamind (G) Sat, Sun 2: 40

Rialto White Rock Twin

1732 Johnston Rd., 604-541-9527

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 7: 10, 9: 20; Sat-Sun 2, 7: 10, 9: 20

Barney’s Version (PG) 7

The Fighter (14A) Fri, Mon-Thurs 9: 25; Sat-Sun 2: 10, 9: 25

Strawberry Hill Grande

12161 72nd Ave Surrey, 604-501-9400

Just Go With It (PG) Fri-Tues, Thurs 1: 15, 4: 15, 7: 30, 10: 20; Wed 4: 15, 7: 30, 10: 20 (Stars & Strollers Screening) Wed 1

The Eagle (PG) 12: 50, 4, 7: 10, 10

Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) Fri-Sun, Tues 12: 20, 2: 40, 5, 7: 20, 9: 40; Mon, Wed-Thurs 1: 40, 4: 45, 7: 20, 9: 40

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) 1, 3: 50, 6: 50, 9: 30

Patiala House (U) (Hindi W/E.S.T.) Fri-Sun, Tues 12: 15, 3: 30, 7, 10: 30; Mon, Wed-Thurs 1, 4: 30, 8: 15

The Roommate (PG) 1: 30, 4: 40, 7: 50, 10: 15

Sanctum 3D (14A) 1: 10, 4: 30, 7: 40, 10: 25

The Mechanic (14A) 1: 20, 7: 45

No Strings Attached (14A) 12: 55, 3: 45, 6: 35, 9: 15

The Green Hornet (14A) Fri 6: 45, 9: 50; Sat-Tues, Thurs 12: 40, 3: 40, 6: 45, 9: 50; Wed 3: 40, 6: 45, 9: 50 (Stars & Strollers Screening, Wed 1)

Yamla Pagla Deewana (PG) 12: 35, 4: 20, 8

The King’s Speech (PG) 12: 30, 3: 20, 6: 30, 9: 20

Black Swan (14A) 4: 10, 10: 10

–VANCOUVER

Denman Cinemas

1779 Comox St, 604-558-3456

Www.Denmancinemas.Com

Yogi Bear (G) Sat, Sun 12: 15

The Kids Are All Right (14A) 2

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part I (PG) 4: 15

Somewhere (14A) Fri-Sun 7: 10; Mon-Thurs 12, 7: 10

Love And Other Drugs (14A) 9: 15

Dunbar Theatre

4555 Dunbar St., 604-222-2991

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri 7, 9: 35; Sat, Sun 1: 15, 3: 45, 7, 9: 35; Mon – Thurs 7, 9: 35

Fifth Avenue Cinemas

2110 Burrard St., 604-734-7469

Www.FestivalcInemas.Ca

Barney’s Version (PG) 1, 3: 50, 6: 50, 9: 35

Incendies (PG) (In French & Arabic With Subtitles) 1: 20, 4: 10, 7: 10, 9: 50

Another Year (PG) 1: 10, 4, 6: 40, 9: 15

Black Swan (14A) 1: 45, 4: 30, 7: 20, 9: 40

True Grit (14A) 1: 30, 4: 20, 7, 9: 25

Granville 7 Cinemas

855 Granville St., 604-684-4000

Country Strong (PG) Fri 9: 20; Sat-Sun 4: 20, 9: 20;

Mon-Thurs 8: 15 The Social Network (PG) Fri-Sun 6: 55, 9: 30; Mon-Thurs 5: 40, 8: 20

The Company Men (PG) Fri 7, 9: 40; Sat-Sun 4: 25, 7, 9: 40; Mon-Thurs 5: 50, 8: 25

From Prada To Nada (PG) Fri 6: 45, 9: 15; Sat-Sun 4: 15, 6: 45, 9: 15; Mon-Thurs 5: 35, 8: 05

The Way Back (PG) Fri 8: 05; Sat-Sun 4: 35, 8: 05; Mon-Thurs 5: 30, 8: 30

Inside Job (PG) Fri-Sun 6: 40; Mon-Thurs 5: 45

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (PG) Fri, Mon-Thurs 8; Sat-Sun 4: 30, 8

Tron: Legacy (PG) Fri 6: 50, 9: 35; Sat-Sun 4: 10, 6: 50, 9: 35; Mon-Thurs 5: 25, 8: 10

Yogi Bear (G) Sat-Sun 4: 40

Hollywood Theatre

3123 W. Broadway, 604-738-3211

Due Date (U) Fri.-Thurs. 7: 30, Sat.-Sun. 1: 30

Little Fockers (U) Fri.-Thurs. 9: 30, Sat.-Sun. 3: 30

Oakridge Cinemas

650 West 41st Ave., 604-263-1944

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (U) Fri 7, 9: 45; Sat-Sun 1, 4, 7, 9: 45; Mon-Thurs 5, 8

Gnomeo And Juliet (G) Fri 6: 45, 9: 15; Sat-Sun 1: 15, 4: 15, 6: 45, 9: 15; Mon-Thurs 5: 15, 7: 45

Just Go With It (PG) Fri 7: 10, 9: 55; Sat-Sun 1: 30, 4: 30, 7: 10, 9: 55; Mon-Thurs 5: 30, 8: 15

Omnimax

Telus World Of Science, 1455 Quebec St., 604-443-7443

Hubble (U) Daily 11 a.m., 1; Sat, Sun, 3

Beavers (U) Daily 12 Noon

UWT (U) Sat, Sun 2

Pacific Cinematheque

1131 Howe, 604-688 Film

Www.Cinematheque.Bc.Ca

Limelight (U) Fri 6: 30

The Game Of Death (U) Wed 7: 30

Midnight (U) Thurs 1 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (U) Sat-Tues, Thurs Times Tba

Park Theatre

3440 Cambie St., 604-709-3456

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri, Sun-Thurs 1: 30, 4, 7, 9: 25; Sat 4, 7, 9: 25

Adams’s Nixon In China (G) Sat 10 a.m.

Ridge Theatre

3131 Arbutus St., 604-738-6311

Www.Festivalcinemas.Ca

Blue Valentine (14A) Fri, Mon-Thurs 4, 7, 9: 20; Sat, Sun 1: 30, 4, 7, 9: 20

Mamma Mia! (PG) Wed 1

Rio On Broadway

1660 Broadway, 604-878-Film, Www.Riotheatre.Ca

True Grit (14A) Sat, Sun 4: 30, 7; Tues, Thurs 7

The Fighter (14A) Sun, Tues, Thurs 9: 30; (Movies For

Mommies Wed 12: 30)

Wild At Heart (U) Fri 12 Midnight

The Room (U) Sat 9

Said The Whale + The Princess Bride (U) Mon 7

Scotiabank Theatre

900 Burrard Street., 604-630-1407

Just Go With It (PG) Fri-Thurs 1: 20, 4: 20, 7: 20, 10: 30

Just Go With It (PG) Fri, Sun, Tues 1, 4, 7, 10; Sat 4, 7, 10; Mon 1, 4; Wed 1, 4, 10: 10; Thurs 1, 4, 10

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never 3D (U) 12: 50, 3: 50, 6: 50, 9: 40

Sanctum 3D (14A) 1: 40, 4: 05, 7: 45, 10: 20

The Mechanic (14A) Fri, Sun-Tues, Thurs 1: 45, 4: 30, 7: 15, 9: 50; Sat 4: 30, 7: 15, 9: 50; Wed 1: 45, 4: 30, 9: 50

No Strings Attached (14A) 1: 30, 4: 25, 7: 30, 10: 10

The Green Hornet 3D (14A) Fri-Tues, Thurs 1: 15, 4: 15, 7: 40, 10: 25; Wed 12: 45, 3: 30, 7: 40, 10: 25

The King’s Speech (PG) Fri-Sun, Tues-Thurs 12: 45, 3: 40, 6: 40, 9: 45; Mon 12: 45, 3: 10, 6: 40, 9: 45

Black Swan (14A) 1: 10, 4: 10, 7: 10, 10: 05

Doctor Zhivago (U) Wed 6: 30

Memento 10th Anniversary Event With Christopher Nolan Q&A (U) Thurs 6: 30

International Village Cinemas

3rd Floor, International Village, 88 West Pender St., 604-806-0799, Www.Cinemark.Com

The Eagle (PG) 1: 35, 4: 35, 7: 20, 10

Gnomeo And Juliet 3D (G) 12: 50, 2: 55, 5: 05, 7: 15, 9: 25

The Roommate (PG) 2: 20, 4: 45, 7: 35, 9: 55

What Women Want (G) 1: 30, 4: 15, 7, 9: 35

The Rite (PG) 2, 4: 50, 7: 45, 10: 35

The Illusionist (U) (French W/E.S.T.) 1: 45, 4: 25, 6: 50, 9: 10

Incendies (PG) (French W/E.S.T.) 1: 05, 4: 05, 7: 05, 10: 05

Blue Valentine (14A) Fri-Tues 1: 40, 4: 20, 7: 50, 10: 30; Wed-Thurs 1: 40, 4: 20, 9: 40

Barney’s Version (U) 1, 4: 10, 7: 10, 10: 20

True Grit (14A) 2: 15, 4: 55, 7: 40, 10: 15

The Fighter (14A) 1: 50, 4: 40, 7: 25, 10: 10

127 Hours (14A) 2: 40, 5, 7: 30, 9: 50

Vancity Int’l Film Centre

1181 Seymour St., 604-683-Film

WWw.Vifc.Org

Modra (U) Fri 6: 30; Sat 5: 30, Sun 7: 20; Mon 6: 30; Tues 8: 20; Wed 6: 30, Thurs 8: 20

Attenberg (U) Fri 8: 55; Sat 8: 55; Sun 5: 30; Tues 6: 30; Wed 8: 10; Thu 6: 30

Grace, Milly, Lucy … Child Soldiers (U) Sat 7: 30

Lou Reed’s Berlin (U) Mon 8: 30

Vancouver Aquarium 4d

Experience Theatre Planet

Www.Vanaqua.Org, 604-659-3474

Planet Earth: Shallow Seas 4d Experience (Stc) Daily From 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Continue reading here: Westcoast Listings Restaurants|Music|Stage|Entertainment|Playground|and more – Vancouver Sun

Incoming search terms:


Tags


Automate your Blog