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.

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.

Be it ever so gimcrack, no hell like home

Boca del Lupo crams Karen Hines' "Crawlspace" into Granville's Fishbowl Theatre

"Kinky Boots" brings bigots to heel

Homophobia takes a hit in "Broadway Across Canada" roadshow
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