One of downtown’s hidden gems is the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, just off Georgia, on Hornby Street. Here you’ll find a breathtaking collection of Reid’s art that varies from wire sculptures and a diamond necklace, to tribute carvings and statues. I was fortunate enough to be given a private tour from Bill’s […]
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The Live at Squamish music festival is coming up this weekend presenting legendary bands such as Bad Religion and Devo alongside some of Vancouver’s hottest modern acts, like Said the Whale and We Are the City. Civil Twilight, Playing Live at Squamish Sunday The Dudes, Playing Live at Squamish Saturday Mother Mother, Playing Live at […]
Tomorrow morning you may notice something a little unusual outside the Vancouver City Centre Canada Line station. Scantily-clad businessmen will show how they’ve given “the suits of their backs” to promote the Moores Canadian Suit Drive this September. Photo credit: _Davo_ on Flickr What: Moores first annual Canadian Suit Drive When: Launching September 1st and […]
Subway is offering up a free breakfast combo as a part of a customer appreciation campaign tomorrow, August 19th. The offer is valid 7:00am until 10:00am for a ham & cheese egg muffin melt and a coffee. This is available only at participating restaurants in BC so you may want to call ahead to your […]
The 2010 Presidents’ Cup, Canada’s premier Senior B box lacrosse tournament, is currently taking place in Burnaby. Lacrosse is big in these parts (the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame is in New Westminster) and although we no longer have the Vancouver Ravens in the National Lacrosse League, there are still local teams playing top-notch lacrosse. […]
When the temperatures hit record highs walking through cool forests and jumping into a glacier-fed lake sounds pretty tempting. Golden Ears Provincial Park is a great place to escape the city in summer or winter and as such, it’s my next Park Series feature. Photo credit: keepitsurreal on Flickr Metrics At 62,540 hectares it’s one […]