British Columbia, in all its splendour, is such a thrill to explore. There’s not much that can make me appreciate this province more than a mossy forest walk through towering Douglas Firs or a paddle around a cove, rolling over waves and water so clear I can spot the sea kelp stretching to reach surface […]
Archive for July, 2013
Archive Photos of the Day: Swimming – Historical Photos from the Vancouver Public Library and City of Vancouver Archives.
The Tony Award-winning War Horse will premiere in Vancouver this September with a short one-week run at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. The National Theatre of Great Britain’s epic War Horse is the winner of five 2011 Tony Awards including Best Play and the film of the same name (based on the book by Michael Morpurgo) […]
The 25th anniversary of the Illuminares Lantern Festival is happening this Saturday at Trout Lake and it will also be the last. Since 1988, the non-profit Public Dreams Society has hosted the festival (along with other events like the Parade of Lost Souls) but according to artistic director Matthew Bissett, it’s just no longer feasible. […]
This summer an exciting Bollywood Wedding is coming to town and everyone is invited! This interactive outdoor theatre experience is presented by South Asian Arts in partnership with the PNE from July 17th until July 28th at the Italian Gardens at Hastings Park. Bollywood Wedding cast members. Photo courtesy of South Asian Arts/ Written by […]