Victoria is hosting its annual WordCamp event this Saturday, January 12, 2013 at UVic. This one-day conference covers all things WordPress, which has come a long way from simply being a blogging platform. WordPress actually powers many of the world’s most popular websites (including CNN, New York Times, GM, and more) and is still a […]
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What happens when you combine a record snowfall at the airport and holiday travel? A little bit a chaos. Add snowfall up and down the West Coast and a blizzard moving across the Midwest and you’ve got delays splashed across every notification board. John and I were heading to Iowa on December 19th, the day […]
Racing across my Twitter streams this afternoon was the news that the Waldorf Hotel in East Vancouver was closing its doors and soon a link to the official press release appeared: Rest In Peace @waldorfhotel. Thank you for an amazing 3 years as an arts and culture hub in our city ow.ly/gGdZU — Vancouver Is […]
Vancouver has a wide selection of public art that is supported by various city or government branches, organizations, or private supporters. A few pieces that were installed around town during the Vancouver Biennale art campaign have since stayed on as legacy works. One of which is 217.5 Arc x 13′ by Bernar Venet of France, […]
Major League Soccer and the Vancouver Whitecaps FC released their season schedule this morning after previously announcing that our opening game at home would be against Toronto FC on March 2nd. John and I jumped into being season ticket holders last year and renewed last October after discovering just how great the Whitecaps supporter experience […]
Nominations are now open for the 2013 YWCA Women of Distinction Awards in Vancouver. This is the 30th anniversary of the awards which celebrate women in various fields who have inspired, educated, and paved the way for future generations. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Since 1984, the awards have paid tribute to 374 outstanding […]