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Minimalist Ballparks by Vancouver’s S. Preston Designs

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Less is more, especially when it comes to stripping away thousands of square feet from an iconic stadium and creating a memory-triggering graphic that has caught the attention of thousands of fans — and Major League Baseball. S. Preston Art + Designs has created a wildly popular Minimalist Ballpark graphic series that went viral online […]

Mark Kleiner Power Trio at Fox Cabaret in Vancouver

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Mark Kleiner photo by Garth Murphy Mark Kleiner could write the definitive guide to being in a indie glam rock band in Vancouver in the 1990s and it would be something far more insightful and entertaining than a BuzzFeed-esque mega list with animated GIFs — although his bright orange Wally’s Burgers t-shirt would have to […]

Be Like Ada: Interview with Anna Stukas

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On July 19th, Be Like Ada will host hundreds of high school girls for a full day coding bootcamp in Vancouver. The girls will spend a day learning the basics of coding and the elements of code fundamentals for any programming language. Registration is still open and to promote this amazing opportunity I had a […]

Sensitive Skin on HBO Canada

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HBO Canada is premiering a new half-hour series, Sensitive Skin, on Sunday, July 20, 2014 starring Kim Cattrall (Golden Globe® Award winner and Emmy® Award nominee) as Davina, and Don McKellar (Tony Award® winner) as her husband Al. The pair play a couple that has been married for 30 years and who recently moved from […]

Takaya Tours with Aboriginal Tourism BC

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Disclosure: Review — This post is in partnership with Aboriginal BC and tours were all compliments of the hosts. Views and stories are my own. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

I recently spent a day with Aboriginal Tourism BC and some of its stakeholders/partners to share unique local opportunities that help you experience your own city like never before. This is the second post in a three part series. Takaya Tours with Aboriginal Tourism BC “If you see one our height or bigger, our ancestors […]