Archive for September, 2009

West End Photowalking and the Grouse Mountain Wind Tower

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A few weeks ago I explained the nature of a “photo walk”, which is to basically go for a stroll around town and snap photos along the way. This morning John and I headed deep into the West End to enjoy a little breakfast and a leisurely walk through English Bay and around Lost Lagoon. […]

Thursday Link Fest: Event Roundup

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With all that’s going on around the City this month it’s been tough to keep up. Luckily, I have plenty of material for this week’s Link Fest which is dedicated to these many events. Vancouver Art Gallery – Photo credit: Duane Storey on Flickr The Vancouver Giants have begun their regular season and are hosting […]

Best of Vancouver 2009

Comments 17 by Rebecca Bollwitt

For 14 years the Georgia Straight had put together an annual Best of Vancouver issue. The BOV combines dozens of reader’s choice categories with staff selections and editor’s picks. This morning I headed to the steps of City Hall to accept my award for “Best Local Blog”, as voted upon by the readers of the […]

National Digital Media Day 2009 Dance Party Flash Mob

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Last year’s National Digital Media Day saw me travel across the Lower Mainland, blogging along the way to spread the digital media vibe. This year, I’m slightly less involved in NDMD however I am pleased to announce a dance party flash mob that will be taking place. What: Show up and dance like crazy When: […]

Campaign to Save Bear Creek

Comments 9 by Rebecca Bollwitt

A proposed road development to expand 84th Avenue in Surrey right through the Southern tip of Bear Creek Park has residents up in arms. Bear Creek Park in Surrey is a pillar of the community featuring a playground and pool, 5 acres of gardens, a track, forest trails, meadows, and the Surrey Arts Centre. Bear […]