When I was interviewing local filmmakers Colin Cunningham and Madison Graie earlier this month I used Matthew Good as an example of an artist that has had great success with iTunes since they were excited about their short film’s premiere later this month. As it turns out Matt has done it again with his latest […]
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For the last few years the Stanley Park Ecological Society has offered up an educational, yet equally fun, alternative to the Stanley Park Train. Last year during the Christmas season’s Bright Nights, the SPES ran the Humbug Hike and this year in October you can check out the Creatures of the Night walk. Stow yer […]
It’s been a little while since I added to the Miss604 Vancouver Blogger Profile series but I’m picking it up with someone who is far more than simply a blogger – Joe Solomon of EngageJoe. Photo credit: Tris on Flickr Who are you? I’m a social media consultant for nonprofits and social change projects, which […]
Update: After a few days Centigrade has hit #6 on Canada and UK iTunes charts – check it out now! Only $0.99 to rent and $1.99 to purchase this awesome little film. Update: I originally wrote this piece for E!Online, so you can check out a slightly different version of the article over there. It’s […]
Photo credit: Duane Storey on Flickr First off, I’m not naked as the title of this post may perhaps suggest. Secondly, this is an uncharacteristic post as I’m not going to talking history, hockey or about the latest Twitter applications. Admittedly, girlie matters are not my strong suit. I can only remember wearing a dress […]
The fall of October 2008 is official struck with election fever especially if you live in Vancouver. Not only are we all closely watching the proceedings one hour south in the United States, we’re also gearing up for civic elections and the federal election. If that wasn’t enough, there are two BC by-elections happening on […]