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A short distance from the highway in a North Vancouver park sits an unassuming log cabin surrounded by tall trees. And while you may not recognize it, you've likely seen it on the small or the big scr...
If you thought Once Upon a Time in Wonderland is, well, Once Upon a Time, just set in a bewitching, fantastical land that looks nothing like Storybrooke -- think again. If you've never seen OUAT, that's OK. Wonderland is so different from its predecessor that it stands on its own.
Orphan Black is about clones and conspiracies. Part of the series' appeal is doubtless its gimmick. The twinning process -- wherein an actor plays opposite himself -- has been around for decades, but Orphan Black does it better than almost anything before. Even when the clones hand each other glasses you forget special effects are involved!
Vancouver-based actress Keegan Connor Tracy is making moves on the big and small screens playing a variety of compelling characters. I sit down with her to talk about Twitter comparisons to Mary-Kay LeTourneau, actors who have surprised her, and her mixed feelings about live-tweeting.
Once Upon a Time is a series that has never been must-see for me. It's the kind of show that I can have on in the background, but doesn't need total concentration as I work on stories or read through emails. But somehow, throughout the course of Season 2, this show got really, really great.