The Cambie Bridge as we know it is the third iteration of a crossing in that particular area connecting south east False Creek with the downtown peninsula. The first Cambie Bridge, named after Cambie Street’s namesake Henry John Cambie, was built in 1891. In 1911 it was replaced by the Connaught Bridge, named in honour […]
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A cast of world-class skaters will bring Disney Pixar’s magical characters to life in Vancouver this month with Disney on Ice: Rockin’ Ever After. This new show will feature moments from Brave, Tangled, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and more. Image courtesy of Feld Entertainment/Disney on Ice Jam to a Scottish jig as […]
We Vancouver (the Westender) recently published the results of their annual “Best of the City: Dining” survey. For those looking for top-notch recommendations about where to get brunch, enjoy Mexican cuisine, grocery shop, or where to dine in Kitsilano it’s a great one-stop resource. Here are just a few of this year’s results: Westender Best […]
For my archive photo collections I would normally reach way back into the 1880s, around the time when the City of Vancouver was established, however that’s not the case this week. Thanks to a suggestion from Keira-Anne, the ‘Archive Photos: Vancouver in the 80s’ I’m focusing on will be the 1980s, taking a glimpse at […]
The sun has disappeared this week however with a long weekend full of family fun, farmers markets, festivals, and films, there’s no need to hide from the rain. Check out the events below along with the big list for the entire month of November anytime. I also have an expanded list of Remembrance Day ceremonies […]
It’s been almost five years to the day since I published the first “From the Miss604 Flickr Pool” photo collection and there have been over 33,000 images contributed to the pool since it began in February of 2008. I have the pleasure of browsing images that make me smile, think, pause, laugh, contemplate, and feel […]