Archive for June, 2011

Forty Deuce

Comments 1 by Michelle Kim

Despite everything that has happened in Vancouver on June 15th, we must remember that there are many wonderful things about this city, like good people producing good art. And though everyone might feel like cocooning in their homes for the next couple of days, I urge you all to get out and see some theatre […]

Book: Best Day Trips from Vancouver

Comments 4 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I first met Jack Christie when we were on a media trip to Prince George last year and now his latest book, 52 Best Day Trips From Vancouver, has a permanent home on my desk for quick reference. Having penned the original book (of the same title) twenty years ago, local travel writer Jack issues […]

FUSE at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Comments 35 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Vancouver Art Gallery is hosting their signature nighttime art, music, and performance event, FUSE, this Friday June 17th from 8:00pm to 1:00am. Since its inception in July 2005, thousands of Fuse-goers have converged at the Gallery for this unique adult event. Live performances in the Gallery spaces, DJs, eclectic Gallery tours and unexpected surprises […]

Vancouver Canucks Riot Aftermath, How to Help

Comments 71 by Rebecca Bollwitt

This post was published on the night of the riot downtown. Please scroll down to view updates and details that have been published throughout the days that followed. Photo: PiscesDreamer on Flickr After the Vancouver Canucks lost their battle for the Stanley Cup to the Boston Bruins over 100,000 people downtown began their journey home. […]

Worldwide, We Are All Canucks

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Canucks fans are everywhere; on the streets, in the airports, and on every continent. When we used to do The Crazy Canucks podcast, we had listeners in New Zealand, China, the United States and the UK. Whether it’s expatriates now living abroad or international fans of the game in general, hockey crosses oceans or borders. […]

BC Travel Tuesday: Week 10 Oswego Hotel Victoria

Comments 260 by Rebecca Bollwitt

There’s only one thing on the mind of everyone in BC right now and that’s hockey. However, after the dust settles tonight (and heart rates return to normal) wouldn’t it be nice to get away? I’m a little late for our BC Travel Tuesday feature but we still have a few properties to go in […]