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 […]
It truly is the season of giving and I’ve been getting emails left and right about various campaigns that I am happy to promote. Here’s a quick round up of those supporting the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society. Blue Olive Photography is participating in Cans for Comments. Until December 12th, they’ll donate a can of […]
Following a heartbreaking story last week that saw a devastating break-in at the Salvation Army downtown, Vancouver radio stations are banding together Tuesday December 9th for Toys for Teens Day. For the first time in history, every radio station in Vancouver has joined forces to help refill that warehouse. 103.5 QM/FM is proud to take […]
It’s been a whirlwind week for me and I know that this is only the beginning of what will be a very busy holiday season. Events, celebrations, work, meetings, shopping, and trying to slow down to enjoy it all with family and friends. So with that, grab a warm cup of coffee (or whatever’s your […]
In just a few minutes I’ll be heading to the Pan Pacific for the annual Christmas Wish Breakfast. It’s become a tradition of giving in Vancouver where everyone is invited to come down, bring an unwrapped toy between 6:00am and 9:00am and enjoy a complimentary breakfast. In case you don’t have time to come in […]
Photo: audreym on Flickr Prevention of infection, discomfort, abscesses and lesions on one’s feet is often as simple as having a good clean pair of socks. Today marks the kick off of Vancouver’s annual Sox in the City campaign where people are asked to donate new and clean socks for distribution in the Downtown Eastside […]