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Irashai Grill in Coal Harbour

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Last night we were invited to a special dinner at Irashai in Coal Harbour. It features upscale Japanese cuisine and tapas and is quietly tucked away on West Pender, between Jervis and Broughton. Within walking distance of home, and in close proximity to Stanley Park (or the #19 Stanley Park bus), this gem’s been hidden […]

May Long Weekend 2009 Events

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The Victoria Day long weekend is here. That’s right – somewhere between #snowmageddon and #bcvotes2009 spring happened and it’s time to get out and about. Here are some great ways to do just that with the entire family… Photo credit: BigA888 on Flickr Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair Friday May 15, 2009 – Monday May […]

Bard on the Beach Contest

Comments 102 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Update: This contest has been completed but I have another for the Comedy of Errors over at this link until June 24, 2009. Over the last 20 years Bard on the Beach been a fantastic part of summer in Vancouver as it combines a night of Shakespearean theatre with gorgeous mountain views as a backdrop […]

Bombay Sapphire Mixology at Shangri-La

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Last night I recruited Kristi from FraserValleyPulse.com to attend the Bombay Sapphire event on my behalf and she’s provided the following summary for Miss604.com… FraserValleyPulse on Flickr The Bombay Sapphire Mixology Event was held last night on the 58th floor of the incredible Shangri-La Vancouver. This sky-high event featured Master Mixologist and Global Brand Ambassador […]

Mary McNeil Candidate Interview Vancouver False-Creek

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In April I did three candidate interviews in one day, covering Vancouver West-End and Vancouver-Hastings and I thought those would be my last. Three more interviews later and I’m falling behind on content, as expected. I was however able to meet up with Mary McNeil, the BC Liberal candidate for Vancouver False-Creek so here are […]