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Program Highlights


Health Matters
Last show of the month means it's time for Health Matters. This time Haaris takes a look at Meditation, a practice done for centuries. We investigate some of the phenomenal
health benefits as well . . . HIGHLIGHTS page

WINGS #10-16 Guerrilla Girls at 31

Masked women assail art exclusion in new creative ways
During the one-year "Feminist Art Takeover" of Minneapolis USA, founding Guerrilla Girls "Kathe Kollwitz" and "Frida Kahlo" discussed the history and present of this mischievous feminist art . . . HIGHLIGHTS page

ΛtopA&E Reviews

SFSS Accessibility Fund - SFU Ideas & Issues
by Maegan Thomas

Notes from our April 20  & April 27 stories on the SFSS Accessibility Funds. continued...

Julia Holter at the Cobalt Review
by Trevor Wilson

A sellout in Vancouver is an uncommon thing for a non-domestic independent artist, unless the booking agent has done some horrible research and booked an adequate venue, or the artist is some massive superstar. But, with that being said, every now and then some artists are skyrocketed into the limelight by various publications, or craze whipped up by social media and actually sell out the show. continued...

The Lobster Film Review
by Thanh Nguyen

Imagine living in a world where single people get sent to an institution. There, they are forced to fall in love with someone within 45 days or suffer the consequences of turning into an animal, and subsequently banished into the woods. The only upside is that they get to choose which animal they get turned into. Such is the world of The Lobster. continued...

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Featured Programs

SFU Ideas & Issues
aired Jun 28 from 12:00pm-1:00pm
Health Matters
Last show of the month means it's time for Health Matters. This time Haaris takes a look at Meditation, a practice done for centuries. We continued...

FemConquest - Ep. 36
aired Jun 24 from 2:00pm-3:00pm

Today on FemConquest: SHIRa - gabbinjr - Kera & The Lesbians - THEESatisfaction - Familiar Wild - D. Tiffany - White Poppy - Tommy Genesis - continued...

Development, Density, Dollars: What do residents get?
Community Forum
aired Jun 23 from 4:00pm-5:00pm
a City Conversation from SFU Public Square
From sfu.ca: A regularly-heard Vancouver refrain is that greedy developers are destroying our city’s vaunted quality of life, and that politicians continued...

The Daniels Decision
Culture Club
aired Jun 22 from 1:00pm-2:00pm
Part 1 of a 4 Part Series
The Daniels Decision is a special four-part series examining in depth the recent Supreme Court ruling that has implications for Metis, First continued...

WINGS #09-16 The Second Coming of Joan of Arc
Culture Club
aired Jun 22 from 1:00pm-2:00pm
Part 3. Confronting her torturers.
Reprise of a popular WINGS series, The Second Coming of Joan of Arc is adapted from a live performance of the multi-award-winning one-woman play by continued...

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