Music on wax for $0.99 at Vancouver’s gramophone row, in 1917

October 1, 1917: Vancouverites enjoyed their music. In fact, the city has a rich musical tradition, having been one of North America’s jazz hubs through much of the 20th century, and a regular Vaudeville stop before that, with oodles of richly outfitted theatres and opera houses doing a brisk trade. But when Vancouver folk went indoors at night, as the Continue Reading

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