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.

Scouting behind the lines; a theatrical sally to Ashland, Oregon

Premiere U.S. rep company serves up Shakespeare +++

Hong Kong Exile premieres "Room 2048" at the Firehall

Running out the clock on "One Country, Two Systems."

To Zero Mile and back

Sunshine Coast road trip: Gentrified BnB, endemic Keg Night, oyster inlet, island aeries and sticky buns

Powell River: mill town re-tools for new millennium

Ghost ships, pristine air, world class FilmFest, koochie-dancing Councillor, concupiscent cocktail and a muzzy, morning-after garden walk.

Live and Learn in Powtown

Sunshine Coast road trip travel series: Real estate bargains draw retirees, young families and educational entrepreneurs to Powell River

Pipeline Project and šxʷʔam̓ət (home) -- two plays at the crossroads of indigenous rights and climate justice

Truth and/or Reconciliation: audience co-authors Theatre for Living psychodrama and Itsazoo dramatization of Vancouver Observer investigative series

Les Ballet Jazz de Montreal and Israel's Yossi & Oded flaunt "physicality"

"Static balance" vs. off-kilter dynamism; concert dance at the tipping-point

Speaking in tongues at Chan Centre

Charismatic Dianne Reeves & her quartet channel blues/jazz greats

Gibsons: where foreign flight capital meets artsy Motorcycle Mama

Travel series: Road tripping up the Sunshine Coast to the Powell River FilmFest.