Francis Ford Coppola’s organized crime masterpiece The Godfather will be heading to the big screen in Vancouver, restored to its original state frame-by-frame. This limited run of The Godfather at the Vancity Theatre a film that is so indelible on the history of film that it need not even be described will be followed up [...]
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Last year I signed up for the Skate for A Cure on the Vancouver Blogger Team and we raised funds for childhood cancer research through the Michael Cuccione Foundation and the BC Childrens’ Hospital Foundation. I will once again be raising funds for this amazing cause, and in doing so I’ll earn a spot on [...]
With the cold weather comes growing concerns for the safety and well-being of those who must spend the night (or even the daytime) on the streets. Aside from campaigns like Sox in the City, Kate from ChangeEverything is taking initiative again this year by doing a Sub Zero Clothing Drive. A couple of years ago [...]
Over the last few years of my life, while I’ve been living downtown, I’ve come to enjoy Stanley Park on a weekly if not monthly basis. In the summer, it’s home to one of our favourite beaches and in the spring, fall and winter it’s the scene of many treks, hikes, strolls and photo walks [...]
Update: Brightkit is now HOOTSUITE Ever since I signed up for Twitter in March of 2006, I’ve been trying out the latest application, tools, and online tricks to stay on top of development and the never-ending conversation that the microblogging service provides. The latest offering is BrightKit, an all-in-one manager from the good folks at [...]
Update December 21, 2008: I’ve promoted this post to the front page of my site in honor of the 20cms of snow we’ve received over the last 24 hours. When I was younger we would get some real snow days – the kind where you’d spend all day in your one-piece snow suit and only [...]
Living in the West End we often try to avoid Robson street, except when it comes to taking the bus to and from destinations. We prefer the tree-covered strolls of the side streets to the hustle and bustle of tourists, shoppers, students, and those in much more of a hurry than us. That’s not to [...]