Archive for June, 2011

Live at YVR Storyteller Search

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The Vancouver International Airport (“YVR”) is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year and to mark this milestone, they’re hosting a unique video contest. They would like to find someone who can live at YVR (and not leave Sea Island) for 80 days. This person will share their experiences through social media and share video updates […]

Archives Photos of the Day: Summer

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Yesterday was the first day of summer and the season hit Vancouver with a wallop of sunshine. To celebrate the parting of the clouds and the freeing of toes from closed shoes, I searched the Vancouver Archives for some simmering summer shots from days gone by. 1895 – Vancouver Cycling Club at Prospect Point. Vancouver […]

NKTOBSB at Rogers Arena

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New Kids on the Block and Backstreet Boys (“NKOTBSB“) are coming to Rogers Arena July 9th with special guest, Matthew Morrison of Glee. Kevin Jagger has a pair of tickets and he’d like to give them away to one of my readers. You might remember Kevin from my profile last September as he is training […]

PNE Concerts 2011 & Free Kids Admission

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The PNE returns for its 101st year this summer with an exciting summer entertainment line-up and a big announcement for families. The Summer Nights concert series will feature the following acts and performers at the WestJet concert stage: August 20 One More Girl August 21 Miranda Cosgrove August 22 Crystal Shawanda August 23 Chris Isaak […]

NHL Awards 2011

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Hockey’s most outstanding players from the 2010-2011 season will be honored and recognized at the 2011 NHL Awards Wednesday, June 22nd. Live coverage will begin at 7:00pm Eastern / 4:00pm Pacific and I’ll be covering the awards (red carpet and all) live from the Palms in Las Vegas. Updates will be made to this post […]

Kids Up Front Vancouver

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While scrolling through my Non-Profit list on Twitter the other morning, hoping to find some “good news” stories, one organization ‘leapt off the page’. There was a tweet from Kids Up Front to the Vancouver Art Gallery, thanking them for passes. Within a few hours I contacted Kids Up Front through Twitter and ended up […]