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This THU, APRIl 14th, CiTR is teaming up with the Georgia Straight, Boutique Empire and the BILTMORE to present the SEX WITH STANGERS CD Release Party!

The local legends are promoting their latest release ‘Frontier Justice’, and will be joined by an array of Vancouverites, including RUN WITH THE HEARD, JOYCE COLLINGWOOD, THE CONTROLLING BOYFRIENDS and GUILTY ABOUT GIRLS (DJ set). Oh, what a night!

Visit the facebook event page for more info.

Doors at 8PM – Show at 9PM.
Tickets $10.00 advance available at Zulu, Red Cat and Neptoon – Otherwise, $12.00 at the door.

CiTR summer jobs now posted!

CiTR will be hiring a Promotions Coordinator and Technical Coordinator this summer – apply now! Jobs are for full-time students returning to full-time studies in the fall. Read our JOB POSTINGS for full information and details on how to apply.

Arts Report on Facebook!

The Arts Report is finally on Facebook!

Become a fan and get the scoop on upcoming interviews with local artists and links to events big and small around Vancouver.

Click here to see the Arts Report on Facebook.

Don’t forget CiTR is already on Facebook, including the CiTR 101.9FM group and the CiTR News page.

The Get Down CD Release on April 15 @Railway Club

Vancouver indie band The Get Down release their third album, “Live Off The Floor”, produced by Barrie Smith. The new album is sure to please fans of many different genres. Watch out! The eclectic sound of The Get Down is coming to the Railway Club, also featuring Victoriaʼs “Brave New Waves, The Ivy League Brawlers, and Stoned Moses.

The Arts Report — April 6, 2011


New York artist Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky went all the way to Antarctica just to capture the sound of ice and silence. It’s now part of an extraordinary multimedia show coming to the Chan Centre on April 9. DJ Spooky tells Adam how the frozen continent pushed his creative reset button.

Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica will be at Telus Studio Theatre at the Chan Centre on Saturday, April 9 at 8pm. Tickets are $40, with discounts for students and seniors. Click here for info and tix.

There’s also a FREE artist talk Friday, April 8 at SFU Woodwards. More info here.

A unique cross-continental collaboration is hitting the ScotiaBank Dance Centre next week, featuring Co.Erasga’s Alvin Erasga Tolentino and Uruguayan dancer Martin Inthamoussú. The pair explore the theme of identity crisis as well as the public and private duality of identity. They came to CiTR for the interview and we’ll hear about this deeply personal piece on today’s show.

EXpose will be at Scotiabank Dance Centre from April 14-16, 8pm. Tickets range from $20-28. More info and tickets here.

Crazy 8s Film Festival
After months of preparation and hundreds of candidates, 6 lucky filmmakers got $800 to create short films that will now be screened at the Vogue Theatre with an after party at Science World! Executive Producer Marc Stephenson gives up the details…

One of the films being screened is by Arts Report volunteer Zac Rothman! It’s called Alchemy and Other Imperfections!

The Vogue Theatre is hosting the Gala Screening for Crazy 8s. Tickets are $25 and include admission to the Science World afterparty featuring Adham Shaikh DJ Timothy Wisdom. Get more info from 

Local music promoter and community builder Dan Tanner gives us an update on 30:Live (check out their Facebook page), the Cobalt and the live scene in Vancouver, and the Reel2Real Film Festival for Youth is coming April 9-15 and Executive Director Venay Felton fills us in on the highlights.

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CabaRadio’s 2nd birthday bash! on-air tonight…

CiTR and CabaRadio with Teddy Smooth Present: CabaRadio’s 2 year Birthday Bash! Live music, talented performers, stand up, prizes and more!

Guests include: live jazz by the beautiful and vivacious Andrea Superstein, Music by the Creaking Planks, a display of talent from Paul Anthony’s Talent Time, with his guest internet sensation Ligia Oancea! Join us as she sings her song “Vancouver” to celebrate Vancouver’s 125th Bday!

Terminal Roller Derby action with Suzy Shamless and Iona Beerwagon, Burgundy Brixx & the Puurfessor of Kitty Nights stop by to perform a ditty, stand up by the very funny Jane Stanton, DJing by the maestro of the 45 set, DJ K-Tel!
Plus a bunch of PRIZES to give away!!

So tune in for CabaRadio’s Big 2 year Birthday Bash, Tuesday at 11:00 PM.

Spare Parts: The Art in Cycling, April 12

The AMS Bike Co-op is invites you to attend their very own art exhibit opening at the Student Union Building Art Gallery on Tuesday, April 12th from 6pm – 10:00pm. The show will run from Monday, April 11th until Friday, April 15th.

With submissions from UBC students, the wider community and our own members – they want to show what you can create with a love of bicycles, an imagination and unlimited access to discarded bicycle parts.

Art submissions include art from recycled bike parts, video art and performance art. The evening will include a live performance, a silent auction on some of the art items, interactive art and snacks and beverages for sale. Questions? Email Bike Co-op Program Coordinator Justine Little at

CiTR 101.9 FM is a proud sponsor of Spare Parts: The Art in Cycling.

DJ Spooky at the Chan, Sat April 9

DJ Spooky in TERRA NOVA: SINFONIA ANTARCTICA – Saturday, April 9th at the Chan Centre. This large scale multimedia work is a meditation on global warming, translating DJ Spooky’s first-person encounter with the harsh, dynamic landscape of Antarctica into visual and sonic portraits. This performance will also feature Corey Hamm on piano, as well as string trio Infinitus. Tickets and more information can be found at That’s DJ Spooky performing TERRA NOVA: SINFONIA ANTARCTICA – Saturday, April 9th at the Chan Centre on UBC campus.

CiTR live broadcast training!

That’s right, CiTR members (sorry general public, this isn’t for you!), now you can learn the ins and outs of how to do a live-on-location broadcast! Join us this Tuesday April 5 @ 6PM in the CiTR lounge for an in-depth, step-by-step look at this exciting new way to program your show from outside the confines of Master Control. Bring a pen, paper and lots of questions-we guarantee you’ll learn a lot.

Brave New Play Rites, March 30-April 3

UBC Creative Writing Program and Theatre Department Present Brave New Play Rites. Five days of 13 exciting fifteen-minute plays written, directed, and produced by UBC students. Check the website for the schedule of plays and ticket information. All plays are at UBC’s Dorothy Somerset Studio. Tickets are only $10 for students and $15 for adults.

Brave New Play Rites is celebrating 25 years of new plays at UBC!