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Completing Vancouver musician’s album cathartic for those he left behind (Crosstown, SPH)

Sia Kaskamanidis with a photo of her late brother Saki Kaskas, whose original album Theodosius will be posthumously released on June 28 at the ANZA Club. (Photo courtesy of Dan Toulgoet/ Vancouver Courier)
Sia Kaskamanidis with a photo of her late brother Saki Kaskas, whose original album Theodosius will be posthumously released on June 28 at the ANZA Club. (Photo courtesy of Dan Toulgoet/ Vancouver Courier)

His full name was Theodosius Kaskamanidis, but most knew him as Saki Kaskas.

Everyone knew Kaskas for his unfailingly positive attitude and encyclopedic knowledge of capital cities.

Those attending the Theodosius album release show will be encouraged to donate to Providence Health Care’s Crosstown Clinic at St. Paul’s Hospital. Crosstown is the only clinic in North America to offer medical-grade heroin (diacetylmorphine) and the legal analgesic hydromorphone within a supervised clinical setting to chronic substance use patients.

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