The saying is, “if you build it, they will come” but in some cases, once you’ve built it, they will still go their own way. At the TED conference in Vancouver, designer Tom Hulme spoke at a TED University session about desire paths. These are paths are created by human or animal foot traffic and […]
Archive for March, 2016
Things to do in Vancouver Easter Long Weekend: Friday, March 25, 2016; Saturday, March 26, 2016; Sunday, March 27, 2016; Monday, March 28, 2016. Activities & events in Metro Vancouver.
The Cherry Blossom Photo of the Day series contains photos that you have shared with the Miss604 Flickr Pool and/or the #Photos604 tag on Instagram. Today’s selection, by @mr_dilly on Instagram, features pink blossoms with a view Downtown Vancouver and the Granville Street Bridge. A photo posted by Leo Michael de Leon (@mr_dilly) on Mar […]
BC’s largest Earth Day celebration, Party for the Planet, returns to the Surrey City Hall Plaza on April 23rd. This year’s festival headliner is 2016 JUNO nominee for Breakthrough Artist of the Year Scott Helman. Surrey Party for the Planet Scott Helman leads a lineup of free family entertainment that includes Vince Vaccaro, family entertainers […]
Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet presents a poignant tale of hope and understanding in Vancouver with the premiere of Going Home Star. This heartrending ballet pays tribute to the experiences of residential school survivors and opens up an important dialogue about truth and reconciliation. Going Home Star – Truth and Reconciliation Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre (600 […]
The Cherry Blossom Photo of the Day series contains photos that you have shared with the Miss604 Flickr Pool and/or the #Photos604 tag on Instagram. Today’s selection, by @mrmikelan on Instagram, featuring beautiful pink blossoms and the Burrard Bridge in Vancouver: A photo posted by Mike (@mrmikelan) on Mar 19, 2016 at 12:19pm PDT View […]