Archive for January, 2017

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo: Win a VIP Experience

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The boys are back in town! Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo return to Vancouver by popular demand. New York’s all-male ballerinas are back with more highbrow hilarity following 2015’s sold out, smash hit appearance. Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo The sensational evening will see the all-male, cross-dressing troupe apply breathtaking technical prowess and […]

No Pants SkyTrain Ride 2017

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The annual No Pants SkyTrain Ride is coming up on January 8th presented by Improv Anywhere. Credit: Francis Georgian o/b Improv Anywhere No Pants SkyTrain Ride When: Sunday, January 8, 2017 at 2:30pm (rain or shine) Where: Meet up at the Commercial-Broadway Skytrain Station (South side, by ticket machines). Make sure you have valid fare. […]

January Theatre Listings for Vancouver

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The Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards are an annual awards ceremony and party produced by the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award Society to celebrate and promote the outstanding achievements of the Vancouver Professional Theatre Community. Miss604 has been the official blogger of the ceremony for the past few years and to kick off 2017, I’ve partnered with […]

Women in Tech Week: Vancouver Event

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The second annual Women in Tech Week takes place February 27-March 3 across Canada, bringing together local tech communities across Canada to recognize the contributions women have made in the tech industry and highlighting opportunities to engage women and youth in the future. Women in Tech Week Through a series of live and online events, […]

Vancouver in 1917

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A new year has been rung in and while we look ahead to what 2017 might bring, here’s a glimpse at the past to see what our city was like back in 1917. Vancouver in 1917 Thanks to the late, great Chuck Davis for his History of Metropolitan Vancouver that was used as a reference. […]