Archive for July, 2010

Vancouver History: The Stanley Park Seawall

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Seawall is not only an icon of our city, stretching its arms around Stanley Park and the downtown core, but it’s a regular hang-out for locals and visitors alike. Starting today, there will be a detour at Sunset Beach while they do some reconstruction on some older portions of the retainer. Making sure that […]

Claudia Alan AYA Sunglasses, Designs by Corinne Hunt

Comments 96 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I was recently sent a few pairs of Claudia Alan AYA Sunglasses that each featured a different designed etched on them by artist Corinne Hunt. Corinne Hunt is a co-designer of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Medals and hails from Alert Bay, BC. For more than 22 years she has been creating contemporary art based on […]

Sushi, Sake & Summer

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Sushi, Sake & Summer is an upcoming fundraiser hosted by Edible British Columbia that will benefit the Vancouver YWCA’s Crabtree Corner facility. Where Public Market Courtyard behind the Granville Island Public Market When Saturday July 25, 2010, 8:15pm until 10:15pm Photo credit: stu_spivack Emceed by Global TV’s Sophie Lui, the event will feature legendary celebrity […]

Dine Above the Stars in Support of A Loving Spoonful

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

There are so many places from where you can catch the Celebration of Light fireworks in Vancouver. From a blanket at Vanier Park, a bench near Jericho Beach, on the grass at English Bay, or a patio if you’re lucky enough to get a reservation. This year there’s another option that will not only give […]

Free Outdoor Movies in Surrey 2010

Comments 3 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Update: The August 7th screening is postponed due to rain. There will be free outdoor movies in Surrey every Saturday night in August. The Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association will be hosting these evening events at Holland Park and have partnered with the Surrey Library on a theme for the films, “read the book, see […]