On The Coast | Jan 10, 2013 | 1:54

Waldorf closure one of many challenges facing Vancouver's cultural community

David Vertesi is a singer/songwriter and plays bass in the band "Hey Ocean!". He says the closure points to a rift of problems on the Vancouver scene.

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