Latest Publications

CiTR Pop Alliance Compilations now onsale!

Buy your record here or stop by CiTR with $20.


Stand UBC is giving a presentation this thursday March 10, from 5-6 pm. The presentation is on the health of the people of Darfur. We wilkl attempth to understand the effect of the conflict, refugee camps, and humanitarian efforts on the healthof those involved, including internally displaced persons and humanitarian workers.

A basic introduction of the situation of the ground will be given.

This presentation is taking place at the Global Lounge, Marine Drive Building One.

Come on down and support the cause!

UBC Thunderbirds on CiTR Sports

Sunday, March 6

CIS Championship

Volleyball: Gold Medal Match (Women’s)

(3) Laval Rouge et Or 0 — (1) UBC Thunderbirds 3
(25-16, 25-19, 25-14)
Final | Venue: PEPS, Université Laval
UBC 4-time defending CIS Champions

UBC Thunderbirds at 2011 CIS Championship (Laval University, Quebec)


Friday, March 4 from 12-4:00 pm. Snacks, beverages, and fun provided! 2nd floor of the SUB, see you there!

The ever sassy, sexy, and fun CabaRadio!

What do you get when you have a man with an idea of re-creating the ever so sassy, sexy, and fun caberet and burlesque? You get CabaRadio! CabaRadio, with six members, started strong on another radio station. Much to the dismay of Teddy Smooth-one of the five members of Caba-it only lasted nine months.
Five to six months later, Smooth had his own idea about CabaRadio, and in April of 2009, he pitched his idea to CiTR Radio, and they’ve been on air ever since.

Last Thursday, the 24th, “Urban Pie” magazine published their magazine with a cover story of CabaRadio inside.

The main guy at CabaRadio, Teddy got 3rd place in “local radio personality” in the Westender “Best of” issue. CabaRadio itself also got 2nd in “best local podcast.” Check out CabaRadio Tuesdays from 11pm-12:30am right here on CiTR Radio, 101.9 FM Vancouver.

CiTR Open House, March 4, 12-4pm

Ever wonder what a functioning campus and community radio station looks like? Ever stay up late at night asking yourself just how we store all the CDs and records we have at our disposal? Ever wake up early with the burning question: how does CiTR manage to be the best radio station in Vancouver?

Well, you’re in luck because CiTR 101.9 FM is having an open house this Friday, March 4th between 12 and 4 pm… AND YOU’RE INVITED. Come on down to room 233 in the SUB on UBC campus for snacks, station tours and maybe even a chance to get on-air. CiTR is your radio station and we want to show you what we’re all about. So come to the open house: March 4th from 12 – 4pm.

Ice Cream Social, March 15 @ Pit Pub

CiTR is bringing one of Vancouver’s longest running and best dance party back to UBC once again! Last year’s Ice Cream Social was super successful and a great time, so expect nothing less this year.

On March 15, at UBC’s Pit Pub, Vancouver’s finest – DJs Tyler Fedchuk and Cam Dales are going to play the choice cuts from the ’50s and ’60s for a genuinely soulful rock and roll dance experience. Be sure to get tickets for only $5 in advance from CiTR (SUB Room 233) or the Outpost, because they jump up to $8 at the door. All proceeds go to your favourite radio station, CiTR 101.9 FM.

Find us on facebook!

The Arts Report – March 2nd 2011

If you missed us last week, download 3 great interviews direct from the blog! Two for the Vancouver International Dance Festival (on now!) and one with Giller-nominated author Alex Macleod.

Firebird 2011

Encompassing dance, music and art, The Turning Point Ensemble‘s ‘Firebird 2011′, is a multidisciplinary performance that unites Stravinsky’s original ‘Firebird’ piece with the contemporary edition by the composer, Jocelyn Murlock. Vancouver’s very own dance troupe, Move: The Company, accompanies a large chamber group, The Turning Point Ensemble, to stage this fiery and passionate theatrical experience.

They are performing from Mar. 2-5th at the Cultch, get more information and tickets here!

BuckNasty Nights
The stand-up comedy scene is reinvented on March 8th, when BuckNasty Presents produces their new comedy show at Biltmore Cabaret, featuring Dino Archie and local comedians such as Ross Dauk, Scott Patey, Shane Clark and Jessie Reid, it will be a night full of laughs and prizes followed by a live DJ show and party.

At 8PM on Mar. 8th at The Biltmore Cabaret. Tickets are $5 at the door!

La Confidencia

The Vancouver International Dance Festival continues this week with Cruceta Flamenco’s ‘La Confidencia’. As a dance troupe from Spain, they add their own flamenco style to the VIDF lineup this year. An exploratory performance that expresses the puzzling yet compelling human behaviour that arises from falling in love.

The shows will be from Mar. 10 – 12th at the Roundhouse Performance Centre. Tickets are on the VIDF website.

The show will also include:

… another free feature (with VIDF membership) at Vancouver International Dance Festival called ‘The Life Of…‘ by The Source dance troupe with dance professionals-in-training. The performance itself will be based on the journey of a woman from life to death. On Mar. 4-5th at 7PM on BLENZ Coffee Community Stage.

… a collaboration between Vancouver Red Cross and Vancouver Public Library. ‘A Story To Tell & A Place for the Telling’ is an evening to discover the lives of refugees living in Canada. The speakers are Yari Gorle, now a UBC Arts student and Student Refugee Program Coordinator, and Abdifatah Dahir, a UBC student. It’s on Mar. 7th at 7PM at Central Library. Click here for more info.

… a ‘Revealing Talent Tour‘ by National Theatre School is where the 2011 Graduates will be staging a myriad of monologues. On March 5th at 6:30PM at The Arts Club.

Listen in today at 5PM!

Subscribe to the Arts Report podcast!

Follow us on twitter:

The 11th Annual Vancouver International Dance Festival, Mar. 1-19

The Vancouver International Dance Festival starts up again on March 1st, and runs until the 19th. It’s taking place at the Roundhouse and the Shadbolt Centre of the Arts. There will be groups, artists , workshops from around the globe.

Marc Boivin and Debora Dunn are from Montreal, SiNS from Halifax, Khambatta Dance Company from Seattle, Cruceta Flamenco from Madrid, T42 from Zurich, and Yvonne Pouget from Munich. You’ve also got tons of local acts, coming from Nelson, and right here in Vancouver.

The local acts range from The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, to EDAM, to Arts Umbrella, to Now or Never; just to name a few. Kokoro Dance will also be there, and they’re celebrating their 25th Anniversary. So come down to the 11th Annual Vancouver International Dance Festival, tickets are just $35.

Gen Why’s Bring Your Boomers Party, Mar. 12

Gen Why‘s second event and inaugural BYB (Bring Your Boomers) party brings generations together for on-stage inter-generational dialogue.

Gen Why will pair innovators with Boomer influencers to discover what we can learn from each other, how we can inspire re-imagination and why it’s important to work together.

Boomer Participants
Ken Lum – internationally celebrated multidisciplinary artist
Nettie Wild – acclaimed Vancouver documentary filmmaker
Kathleen Mahoney – internationally recognized human rights lawyer and law professor

Gen Why Participants
Nimisha Mukerji – director of the award winning documentary 65_RedRoses
Leigh Christie – engineer, sculptor, event producer and co-founder of the eatART foundation
Caleb Behn – law student and Chair of the Indigenous Circle at the Canadian Environmental Network

The evening includes live music, including Zachary Gray from The Zolas, and local artists, including Vancouver’s renowned street artist, Indigo. There will be drinks, free snacks, door prizes, fun surprises and a Do-It-Yourself Gen Why merchandise making station (bring an old t-shirt!).

March 12th, 2011 | Doors 7pm | Tickets $10 in advance, $12 at the door | Facebook