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The View from CRAB Park

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There’s a park on tip of Downtown Vancouver that has gorgeous city and mountain views along the shores of Burrard Inlet — and it’s not called Stanley. While it doesn’t have the towering cedars and dozens of kilometres in forest trails that our Crown Jewel boasts, Portside Park (CRAB Park) is a slice of serenity […]

Win a Vancouver Theatre Date Night to See The Rivals

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Blackbird Theatre presents the 10th anniversary performance of The Rivals with an all-star cast of Vancouver talent. On now until January 23rd at The Cultch, this is a wickedly witty, joyfully irreverent production. Martin Happer, Emma Slipp and Scott Bellis. Photo credit: Tim Matheson Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The Rivals is directed by Jessie-Award winning Johnna […]

Win an Eastside Culture Crawl Gift Basket

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The 19th annual Eastside Culture Crawl will showcase 457 artists over 4 days in 83 buildings and hopefully you will be one of the 25,000 visitors who check out the work of local painters, sculptors, potters, photographers, glassblowers, and furniture designers. Eastside Culture Crawl There is no admission fee. The Crawl opens a door to […]

Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival

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The 13th annual Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival is coming up on September 26th. This lantern festival draws thousands of community members from the local Renfrew-Collingwood area for an evening of music, festivities and lantern installations. Renfrew Ravine Moon Festival Where Slocan Park (2750 E 29th Ave) and Renfrew Park (2929 E 22nd Ave) When Saturday, […]

Ce Soir Noir at Crab Park

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You’ve probably heard of Dîner en Blanc by now, where 3,500 Vancouverites dress in their very best whites and attend an exclusive outdoor dining party at a surprise location filled with romance, grandeur and charm. This chic picnic, inspired by the first Dîner en Blanc in Paris 27 years ago and now held in dozens […]