As a child growing up in Surrey — the former city of parks — walking trails, forest explorations, and playgrounds were what made me the most happy on a warm spring day. Winter is gone for another year and that means I need to dust-off my Metro Vancouver Park Series to showcase more great green […]
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The Vancouver International Tequila Expo arrives next month at the Vancouver Convention Centre East. With proceeds benefitting the British Columbia Hospitality Foundation (“BCHF”), locals and visitors will be able to attend tastings and learn more about this spirit. Photo credit: im.no.hero. on Flickr Tastings Trade and Media Tasting (nominal fee includes donation to BCHF) Consumer […]
Dining Out For Life, an annual fundraiser for AIDS service organizations, is happening in Vancouver on Thursday, March 29, 2012. Over 215 restaurants across the 604 area code will be contributing 25% of sales that day to A Loving Spoonful and Friends for Life. Search the list of participating restaurants to see if they are […]
Social Media Camp Victoria is returning this year with a line-up of both local and international speakers who will all discuss facets of one thing: social media. For business or personal use, Pinterest to blogs, tradeshow booths to workshops, join us the weekend of June 8th to 9th, 2012 in our province’s capital. Photo © […]
The Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival has done a fantastic job of celebrating the lovely pink petals that adorn over 40,000 local trees through promoting community events like dances, lunches, painting classes and more. Photo credit: Judy B – The Travelling Eye on Flickr Photo credit: aloalo* & Eric Flexyourhead on Flickr Cherry Jam Downtown When: […]
Walking past the box office of the Spanish Revival style building, I opened the doors to the Patricia Theatre and was greeted with the haunting aroma of buttered popcorn. A poster board propped up in the entranceway spelled out the future of the historic Powell River theatre rather bluntly: Digital or Dark? The Patricia is […]