VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #267 | It Had Someone Selling Churro Ice Cream Bowls

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #267 | It Had Someone Selling Churro Ice Cream Bowls

(via) Holy good goddam do we every want to dig into a churro ice cream bowl! The heavenly treat has been breaking the internet for a couple of weeks now… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #266 | It Had A Roller Coaster Going Down Grouse Mtn

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #266 | It Had A Roller Coaster Going Down Grouse Mtn

(via) We've coveted slides and detailed coasters before, but none quite as awesome as this alpine doozy that quickly winds its way down a mountain in the… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #265 | It Had An Infinite Promenade Off Of Third Beach

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #265 | It Had An Infinite Promenade Off Of Third Beach

(via) This circular, 2.4 metre wide "Infinite Bridge" in Denmark runs a circumference of 188 metres from shore to deep and back. The month-long temporary… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #264 | It Was Zoned To Allow For Neighbourhood Pubs

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #264 | It Was Zoned To Allow For Neighbourhood Pubs

by Carlos Mendes | Zoning's a funny thing. The expression or omission of a few, simple words in a city's zoning bylaws can have an absolutely massive impact on… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #263 | Church Bells Could Play Bowie’s Space Oddity

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #263 | Church Bells Could Play Bowie’s Space Oddity

One of the coolest tributes to David Bowie in the wake of his death has to be that of the 634-year-old Dom Tower in Utrecht, The Netherlands, which rang its… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #262 | It Had These Contraptions Cleaning False Creek

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #262 | It Had These Contraptions Cleaning False Creek

(via) Forward-thinking Australians Pete Ceglinski and Andrew Turton have created the Seabin, a brilliant contraption that floats on the water's surface and… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #261 | It Was Cold Enough For A Gigantic Ice Carousel

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #261 | It Was Cold Enough For A Gigantic Ice Carousel

(via) In case this morning's snow got you hopeful for urban winter pursuits beyond slushy snowball fights, it's important to remember that the city's ponds and… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #261 | It Had A ‘Shake Shack’ Location Of Its Very Own

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #261 | It Had A ‘Shake Shack’ Location Of Its Very Own

We don't usually advocate for the importation of foreign brands, especially chains, but we've loved the Shake Shack since it's 2004 Manhattan start with its… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #260 | It Had A Skatepark Tucked Inside A Dry Church

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #260 | It Had A Skatepark Tucked Inside A Dry Church

(via) The Spanish church of Santa Barbara in Llanera, Asturia had been derelict for many years until a group of skateboarders raised enough money to salvage… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #259 | Le Marche St. George Could Keep Operating As Is

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #259 | Le Marche St. George Could Keep Operating As Is

by Andrew Morrison | I love that scene from Ferris Bueller's Day Off when Jennifer Grey is asked to contribute to help save her brother - Ferris Bueller -… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #258 | It Had Machines Dispensing Free Short Stories

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #258 | It Had Machines Dispensing Free Short Stories

Though (unfairly) notorious for crime, the alpine town of Grenoble in France has got its shit together in at least one department: supplying its visitors and… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #257 | A Surf Park Was Built Underneath The Viaducts

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #257 | A Surf Park Was Built Underneath The Viaducts

(via) With the decision recently made to finally bring down the Georgia and Dunsmuir viaducts, we'd like to put forward a proposal of our own that hits all the… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #256 | A Library This Beautfiul Opened On Kits Beach

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #256 | A Library This Beautfiul Opened On Kits Beach

(via) How cool is this beachfront library in China? Situated in the Beidaihe New District on the Bohai Sea coast, the modern, two-level beauty by Beijing's… more 

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #255 | A Swedish Beer Garden Opened On False Creek

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #255 | A Swedish Beer Garden Opened On False Creek

(via) How awesome would it be to have a few of these dotting the False Creek seawall? We realise that there are plenty of beer halls already concentrated in… more 

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