Archive for June, 2009

Enterprising Moms and Chicks Who Click

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I have the fortunate opportunity to participate in two upcoming conferences, both of which are geared for entrepreneurial women. The first is the Enterprising Moms Network Conference on June 13th at the River Rock. It will run 11:00am until 5:00pm and sixty4media will have a swag table setup as well. My talk will be at […]

Chip's Not Dead Yet Memorial Mile – Update

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Photo credit: UrbanMixer The Chip’s Not Dead Yet Memorial Mile is only a few weeks away and things are heating up for this fun run. Way back in February you were asked to save the date for this special event that benefits the BC Childrens’ Hospital and as we get closer to the starting line […]

Ways to Cool Down in Vancouver This Summer

Comments 13 by Rebecca Bollwitt

That’s right, I’m talking about the weather in Vancouver and I won’t be mentioning rain at all. This time it’s all about the extremely warm record-breaking sunshine that’s been blanketing the Lower Mainland over the last week or so. To help everyone who might be looking for a way to bring down their temperature while […]

Golden Ears Bridge Run

Comments 6 by Rebecca Bollwitt

On June 14th you could be one of the first people to cross the Golden Ears Bridge on foot with the Golden Ears Bridge Run. 300 people are invited to enter this 7km fun run (sorry, no walkers) and you can register online through the Running Room. Photo credit: writepics on Flickr The Golden Ears […]

Review: Palace of the End

Comments 1 by Guest Author

Alexa Devine, Russell Roberts & Laara Sadiq by David Cooper The following was contributed by Miss604.com guest theatre blogger, Megan Stewart It was a hard play to watch. “Not a fun play,” were my thoughts as the lights came up. Yet, there I sat, riveted in my seat, captivated by the suffering of three characters […]

City of Vancouver Heritage Awards

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The City of Vancouver’s Heritage Awards, which took place last week, showcase heritage conservation projects and highlight when best efforts have been made to restore, preserve, and maintain icons of our city’s history. This also includes efforts to revitalize communities and neighbourhoods. Here are just a few of the winning projects: 610 Granville Street – […]