SEEN IN VANCOUVER #456 | Local Lewis Bennett’s Latest Short Film, “The Fat Diet”

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #456 | Local Lewis Bennett’s Latest Short Film, “The Fat Diet”

One of our film-making friends, Lewis Bennett (the creator of The Sandwich Nazi), has created yet another engrossing short called The Fat Diet. It details a… more 

Seen In Vancouver #388: “A Brief History Of British Columbia” Short By Lewis Bennett

Seen In Vancouver #388: “A Brief History Of British Columbia” Short By Lewis Bennett

Here’s the latest short from Lewis Bennett, a local man who we’ve been proud to support in his mission to make 12 films about BC in 2012. This is his… more 

SMOKE BREAK #967: “Hey Vancouver, This Is You On Craigslist” Film By Lewis Bennett

SMOKE BREAK #967: “Hey Vancouver, This Is You On Craigslist” Film By Lewis Bennett

Here's the latest short from Lewis Bennett, a local man who we've been proud to support in his mission to make 12 short films about BC in 2012. His last film… more 

Seen In Vancouver #359: Lewis Bennett Is Worried That He Might Be In An Asian Gang

Seen In Vancouver #359: Lewis Bennett Is Worried That He Might Be In An Asian Gang

Another solid effort from Lewis Bennett, a local filmmaker who has taken it upon himself to create 12 movies on Vancouver and its surrounds in 2012. This is… more 

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #347: Lewis Bennett Takes Us To Peachland’s “Parrot Island”

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #347: Lewis Bennett Takes Us To Peachland’s “Parrot Island”

A few weeks ago we presented a short film that was all about the detached, sneakered feet that have washed up on our shores over the last few years. "Feet"… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Taking Christy’s Cash And The Future Flooding Of St. Paul’s Hospital

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Taking Christy’s Cash And The Future Flooding Of St. Paul’s Hospital

by Sean Orr | So this paid advertorial on the cover of the Georgia Straight tricked me. I was out getting coffee and almost spat it out. I ran to my computer… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Vetting Comments And Lamenting Litter During The Opioid Crisis

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Vetting Comments And Lamenting Litter During The Opioid Crisis

by Sean Orr | "You don’t need to have a law degree to know when you’ve been had." Martyn Brown: Prosecuting the B.C. Liberals. Keep in mind, though,… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Giant Snow Penises And Christy Clark’s Shudder-Worthy Interview

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Giant Snow Penises And Christy Clark’s Shudder-Worthy Interview

by Sean Orr | So Christy Clark somehow thought it would be a good idea to go on Facebook Live. The results were as disastrous/totally benign as you might… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Scumbag Developers And The Trouble With Self-Obsessed NIMBYs

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Scumbag Developers And The Trouble With Self-Obsessed NIMBYs

by Sean Orr | Dam straight: Opinion: Site C: Truly awful economics. "So maybe B.C. consumers are unlike everyone else, and buy more as the price rises… more 

GOODS | Summer Concert Series At Mission Hill Family Estate Adds More Michael Bolton

GOODS | Summer Concert Series At Mission Hill Family Estate Adds More Michael Bolton

The GOODS from Mission Hill Family Estate West Kelowna, BC | Mission Hill today announced that a second Michael Bolton concert has been added to the winery’s… more 

SPACED | ‘Tribulation House’ Would Make For A Lush, Hidden Escape In Our Own Rain Forest

SPACED | ‘Tribulation House’ Would Make For A Lush, Hidden Escape In Our Own Rain Forest

With our city now so laughably unaffordable, thousands of Vancouverites are stuck imagining wonderful homes instead of living in them. “Spaced” is a record… more 

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Political Optics & The Hilarious Tremblings Of Outraged West Siders

TEA & TWO SLICES | On Political Optics & The Hilarious Tremblings Of Outraged West Siders

by Sean Orr | Are you upset that you weren't advertised at aggressively enough during the Super Bowl? HuffPo has your back: Super Bowl 50 Commercials: Watch… more 

READ THIS | Books For Lusty Mixologists, Dog Lovers, Religious Hypochondriacs, And Others

READ THIS | Books For Lusty Mixologists, Dog Lovers, Religious Hypochondriacs, And Others

Read This is a Scout column that details book selections by authorities, luminaries, institutions, and locals that share deep affections for the written word… more 

GOODS | Mt. Pleasant’s Much & Little Unveils New Line-Up Of Emergent Designers For Fall

GOODS | Mt. Pleasant’s Much & Little Unveils New Line-Up Of Emergent Designers For Fall

The GOODS from Much & Little Vancouver, BC | Much & Little unveils it's lineup of emergent designers for fall, showcasing looks that are rich and varied… more 

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