Lincoln Kaye

Lincoln Kaye is Vancouver Observer's Senior Correspondent for Culture and
Features. In half a century of reporting, he has served as a magazine correspondent in Asia, a food and travel writer, a music, film and theatre critic and – latterly – a forest fire lookout.

Redshift brings edgy quartet to Waterfall atrium

Fringe Percussion in "City of Water; Sea of Glass"

Post-exotic puttyman Gabriel Dharmoo plays PuSh stage

Quasi-experts meet crypto-natives in scholarly spoof

At PuSh festival, hometown militants soliloquize

"Take it to the streets!" A pair of diverse rallying cries.

Australia's PuSh offerings: antipodal opposites

A flamboyant polemical monologue and a riddling Zen trio from Down Under.

Solo tour-de-force recreates Baby Boomers' coming-of-age for PuSh audience

Here I am in a dark room, staring at a dimly lit, translucent cylinder, beguiled by amorphous figures, fleeting shadows and snatches of retro music. It’s all somehow hauntingly familiar, but it took...

Rites of Spring: Ukrainian New Year in Strathcona

Kazotsky kicks keep revelers in splits. Photo: Scott Alpen

Lunar New Year FlyOver

World's fastest, cheapest airline

Musical "Heathers" at The York: teen angst with a body count

High school heart throb turns suicidal in rock musical "Heathers"

Soft Diplomacy: bravura “Opera Warriors” showcases Chinese performing arts

The rise and fall and resurgence of a Peking Opera troupe mirrors the resilience of Chinese cultural traditions.

Love and death intertwine in Blackbird Theatre's "The Rivals"

Captain Jack and Lydia in a clinch as Lucius looks on in chagrin. Photo by Blackbird Theatre
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