Over the Christmas break many are wondering (since I’ve been getting inquisitive emails) what there is to do around town while the kids are still out of school. Here are a few activity suggestions: White Spot – Richmond Centre and Kingsway & Knight restaurants will be once again donating their time (and tips) to charity […]
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November has crept up on us so quickly, it seems like yesterday I was writing a post about the kiddies heading back to school. With 100 days to the Olympics and only 49 shopping days left until Christmas, here’s a roundup of events around town that you might not want to miss. Photo credit: John […]
Even though it’s a holiday week here in Canada, there are no shortage of activities around town. Here is this week’s Link Fest, focusing on events. Photo credit: JohnBiehler on Flickr / JohnBiehler.com This week is Homelessness Action Week in Vancouver (October 11th – 17th). Vancouver celebrates the Diwali Festival this week as well with […]
Author Chuck Davis, who runs the ultimate Vancouver history website, has been publishing an online series called “A Year in 5 Minutes“. The “New” Orpheum on Granville Street – Photographer: Jack Lindsay – ITEM #: CVA 1184-2290 Hosted over at re:place Magazine, Chuck has been highlighting one year every week starting with the incorporation of […]
Photo credit: Sean Orr on Flickr Labour Day weekend will soon be upon us which means an end to the PNE, wearing white will be taboo, and calendars will soon be filling up with social media related events for the new season. I admit the title of this post reminds me of Real Life Twitter… […]
Every morning while getting ready for work, my husband listens to the local news radio station. As I slowly wake from my slumber I hear sports scores peppered with weather guarantees and the latest Hollywood gossip that all somehow work their way into my half-conscious dreams. As such, this morning’s Link Fest is dedicated simply […]
When people ask me how I started blogging, I first mention my lifelong obsession with technology, and then I list my influences. At the top of the list is Tony Pierce who is currently celebrating the eight anniversary of his busblog. Tony shares on his blog, he gives advice, talks about the Cubs, literally wrote […]