HEADS UP | “Portraits Of Brief Encounters” Show & Game Set For Tonight In Chinatown

HEADS UP | “Portraits Of Brief Encounters” Show & Game Set For Tonight In Chinatown

by Grady Mitchell | A new show/event/game called Portraits of Brief Encounters takes place tonight (November 12) at thisopenspace in Chinatown (434 Columbia St.). It will ask viewers to do more than just look at art. Each piece in the show corresponds to

HEADS UP | Chef Annabelle Choi Readying Secret Orphan Thanksgiving Pop-Up Dinner

HEADS UP | Chef Annabelle Choi Readying Secret Orphan Thanksgiving Pop-Up Dinner

On Saturday, October 11th, our good friends at Here There are hosting Orphan Thanksgiving, a secret dinner party dedicated to celebrating the ones left behind. Whether your family is out of town or just not that into celebrating the holidays,

HEADS UP | Midcentury Modern Tour To Wow Lovers Of Architecture This Weekend

HEADS UP | Midcentury Modern Tour To Wow Lovers Of Architecture This Weekend

The Vancouver Heritage Foundation is holding it’s annual Midcentury Modern Residential House Tour this weekend. Participants get to tour the interiors of five “significant” West Coast Regional Style Modernist homes in Vancouver. Architecture wonks will appreciate that this year’s tour

HEADS UP | Last Chance To Try The ‘Nectar Juicery’ Pop-Up In Holt Renfrew’s Skybridge

HEADS UP | Last Chance To Try The ‘Nectar Juicery’ Pop-Up In Holt Renfrew’s Skybridge

by Luis Valdizon | There’s only one day left to discover Lara Kozan and Tori Holmes’ Nectar Juicery pop-up inside the Holt Renfrew skybridge. Their juices are made from 100% organic fruits and vegetables, and sell for $10 a bottle. Take a look… Ends August 16

HEADS UP | Chambar To Host Big “Fire Sale” Tomorrow (Aug. 13) Before Move Next Door

HEADS UP | Chambar To Host Big “Fire Sale” Tomorrow (Aug. 13) Before Move Next Door

The old location of Chambar shuttered this past Saturday in anticipation of the big move to the new address next door. While the restaurant is on this pergatorial dark side of the moon, they’ll be hosting a “fire sale” this Wednesday, August

HEADS UP | “A Film About Coffee” Doc Will Screen At The Rio Theatre On August 21st

HEADS UP | “A Film About Coffee” Doc Will Screen At The Rio Theatre On August 21st

Head to the Rio Theatre on August 21st to take in the Vancouver premiere of A Film About Coffee, the new documentary that is being celebrated by coffee wonks the world over. Bonus: 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters will have a

HEADS UP | Wine, Music, & Picnic Dinners Make For Enchanted Evenings In Chinatown

HEADS UP | Wine, Music, & Picnic Dinners Make For Enchanted Evenings In Chinatown

The Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden began it’s Enchanted Evenings summer concert series last Friday with an al fresco performance by Chinese-Western musical fusion ensemble Silk Road Music. Scout contributor Luis Valdizon attended and took the shots above and

HEADS UP | 1980s Classic “Pretty In Pink” Screening Outdoors In Stanley Park Tonight

HEADS UP | 1980s Classic “Pretty In Pink” Screening Outdoors In Stanley Park Tonight

It’s time to grab yourself a picnic basket and claim a spot on the grass with your best blanket because tonight is outdoor movie night in Stanley Park’s Ceperley Meadow (at 2nd Beach). They’re showing the 1980’s teen-angst classic, Pretty

HEADS UP | History Of The Swimsuit Exhibit Opens At The Vancouver Maritime Museum

HEADS UP | History Of The Swimsuit Exhibit Opens At The Vancouver Maritime Museum

by Robyn Yager | The Vancouver Maritime Museum’s new 2014 summer exhibition, Babes & Bathers: History of the Swimsuit, opened to the public today (June 28th) and should be well worth checking out. Aside from providing one of the most frustrating and

HEADS UP | Origami-Inspired “Oru Kayak” Pop-Up Demo At Kits Beach Tomorrow Night

HEADS UP | Origami-Inspired “Oru Kayak” Pop-Up Demo At Kits Beach Tomorrow Night

by Luis Valdezon | The gentlemen behind San Francisco based Oru Kayak will be hosting a waterside pop-up demo of their award-winning, origami-inspired, 12-foot compact boats in the early evening tomorrow night (Friday, June 27th). Vancouver’s outdoor enthusiasts will be

HEADS UP | Score Tickets & Check Out The Killer Crew Speaking At Pecha Kucha Night

HEADS UP | Score Tickets & Check Out The Killer Crew Speaking At Pecha Kucha Night

Pecha Kucha Night organisers have announced the final line-up of speakers for Vol. 33 on July 3rd, and it’s quite the doozy cross-section of Vancouver’s cultural fabric… Sam Chandola – Founder and CEO, Victory Square Games Sandra Singh – Chief Librarian, Vancouver Public Library Laura Barron –

HEADS UP | New Exhibit.001 Photography Show Opening Tonight At “Catalog Gallery”

HEADS UP | New Exhibit.001 Photography Show Opening Tonight At “Catalog Gallery”

Catalog Gallery (top floor of Tinseltown Mall) has an interesting show opening tonight. Exhibit.001, as it is called, showcases Instagram shots by Vancouver photographers using the common hashtag #streedreamsmag. Street Dreams Magazine, a slick little publication that has just started

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