In about 2 hours I’ll be heading out to the Opus Hotel to setup for Vancouver’s Twestival. Twestival is a global event (in about 200 cities) that is taking place all day today to benefit charity:water. We sold out with 200 tickets ($10 a pop + sponsors meaning our city already raised almost $2,000) and […]
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Have you seen this while driving across the Burrard Bridge or heading out of Kits? This morning there will be an unveiling at the Molson Brewery and I’m running over to cover it. Weâ€™ve had a few phone calls this morning and an inquiry on twitter regarding the black draping on our brewery in Vancouver. […]
For 10 days in May, Vancouver will be home to the DOXA Documentary Film Festival. DOXA is presented by the Documentary Media Society, a Vancouver based non-profit, charitable society (incorporated in 1998) devoted to presenting independent and innovative documentaries to Vancouver audiences. The society exists to educate the public about documentary film as an art […]
Thanks to the good folks at Strutta, Vancouver’s Twestival event now has its own video contest. You may have seen the quick clip from the Twestival team in Amsterdam, which basically inspired us to get this going locally. You only have a few days to upload your video about why you use Twitter and/or why […]
I’ve covered dozens of events from film festivals, to tech conferences, interviews with artists, and concerts and each experience is always unique. However, I must say that when working with the City of Surrey, John and I both agree, it’s an absolute pleasure. They’re organized, the staff is accessible, and getting full media access including […]
Those who frequent this site often may notice that I have a bit of a passion for all things history in and around Vancouver. This weekend a very special event is taking place in the downtown Eastside (our city’s oldest neighbourhood) and everyone is welcome to join in person or online. Start Time: Saturday, February […]