I’m piling through the photos on Flickr of all the fantastic people that showed up last night for the Best of 604 awards reception. Some may think it’s a silly idea to have an awards night for bloggers and websites, but I think that (especially in this town) so much effort, passion, care, humour, and […]
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Tonight at 6:00pm about 200 people will be gathering at The Cellar for food, drinks, supporting the Food Bank, and celebrating the efforts of all those who contribute online in Metro Vancouver. Here’s a quick rundown of what to expect today for the Best of 604. Doors are at 6:00pm and admission is by monetary […]
Photo credit: nep on Flickr As there are only 3 days left to vote for your favourite websites in the region for the Best of 604, here is a quick update on the Awards Reception (RSVP now if you haven’t already). Voting ends Thursday December 11th at 12:00pm At the Awards Reception, doors open at […]
As of midnight December 4th, voting is now open for the Best of 604 people’s choice awards for their favourite sites and blogs in the region. Quick Facts: Voting will be open until 12:00pm December 11th. You may vote once in each of the 14 categories. Prizes so far include: A gift pack from Kiss […]
Each year around the time of my blogiversary I write a reflective post or hold a contest. For 2008 I’m going to invite everyone celebrate the online efforts of others from across the region with the Best of 604, since being ‘hyper-local’ is what I do. As often as I can, I try to highlight […]
This autumn I introduced the Best of 604, in response to a local newspaper’s Best of Vancouver. Sure, my categories weren’t as diverse but I’m pretty free to build upon the Best of 604 at any time, so that’s exactly what I’m going to do. Photo credit: Kris Krug on Flickr Reading Morning Brew this […]
Last month I put out a “Family Edition” of the Best of 604, focusing on parks, playgrounds and kid-friendly establishments. Having never been to one of the parks I recommended I did so solely on my sister’s advice. She has three kids, 7 years old and younger, so she knows a good park when she […]