Posts from the ‘Vancouver’ category

Yep, That’s About Right

From a little sign at the aptly-named Smart Mouth Cafe in Gastown. A rare insight into the magic of Twitter. Yes, I’m as troubled by the…

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West Coast Love Blooms in “Paradise Garden”

Last week I was invited to the opening of “Paradise Garden”, the premier production by Arts Club Theatre Company of Lucia Frangione’s (yet another Canadian playwright…

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Nixon and Mao Left Me Cold

I’m only a casual baseball fan. I know what a squeeze play is, how to throw a split-finger fastball and what it means to hit to…

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Finding the Cheapest Parking Rates in Vancouver

Last night I was at a client event, and some developers were demonstrating applications they’d built on top of the City of Vancouver’s Open Data catalogue.…

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HIVE 3: The Fringe on Acid

On Friday night I was invited to HIVE 3, a site-specific installation of 12 short, concurrent performances out at the Great Northern Way campus. HIVE 3…

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The Sound of a City Rejoicing

If you’re suffering from Olympics withdrawal (as opposed to me, who’s suffering from a bit of a Olympic hangover), this might please you. It’s a video…

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Northern Voice Tickets Are Now on Sale (and Going Fast)

Just a quick heads up that early bird tickets for Northern Voice went on sale this morning. And they’re selling fast. One of the ongoing challenges…

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A Terrific, Truthful Article About Vancouver

James sent along this great, long profile of the city from The Walrus magazine. It’s by Gary Stephen Ross, the current editor-in-chief of Vancouver magazine. He’s…

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