SEEN IN VANCOUVER #438: “Helen Dreams Of Dumplings” Film From Keefer’s “Bao Bei”

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #438: “Helen Dreams Of Dumplings” Film From Keefer’s “Bao Bei”

Our friend Mike Babiarz of Warren Lane Pictures recently finished Helen Dreams Of Dumplings, a short film made for Chinatown’s Bao Bei about their awesome dumpling maker, Li Ben (aka Helen): Meet Helen; dumpling making extraordinaire at Bao Bei Chinese

DEFINITIVE RECORDS: The 3 Albums That Anchor The Tastes Of Super Vancouverites

DEFINITIVE RECORDS: The 3 Albums That Anchor The Tastes Of Super Vancouverites

Definitive Records is a new Scout column that asks interesting Vancouverites to pick the three albums that anchor their musical tastes. Today, we hear from local filmmaker… Beastie Boys – Ill Communication | LISTEN | “The first Beastie Boys album I listened to over and over again…”

Seen In Vancouver #385: 100 Photographs From The “Restaurant Rumble” Slugfest

Seen In Vancouver #385: 100 Photographs From The “Restaurant Rumble” Slugfest

by Andrew Morrison | The first ever Restaurant Rumble has now come and gone, but what a rumble it was! The boxing event pitting service industry battlers against one another to raise funds for a new East Van gym was

DINER: Check Out Episode Five Of The “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” Series

DINER: Check Out Episode Five Of The “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” Series

It’s fight night, and we’re once again proud to premiere the latest episode of Mike Babiarz and Soren Johnstone’s awesome documentary series “Road To The Restaurant Rumble”. The charity boxing event organized by the Aprons for Gloves Boxing Association pitting

DINER: Check Out Episode Three Of The “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” Series

DINER: Check Out Episode Three Of The “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” Series

We’re proud to premiere episode 3 of Mike Babiarz and Soren Johnstone’s documentary series “Road To The Restaurant Rumble”. The charity boxing event organized by the Aprons for Gloves Boxing Association will pit Vancouver’s bussers against its barbers and its

DINER: Check Out Episode Two Of The “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” Series

DINER: Check Out Episode Two Of The “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” Series

We’re proud to premiere episode 2 of Mike Babiarz and Soren Johnstone’s documentary series “Road To The Restaurant Rumble”. The charity boxing event organized by the Aprons for Gloves Boxing Association will pit Vancouver’s bussers against its barbers and its

DINER: Check Out Episode One Of The New “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” Series

DINER: Check Out Episode One Of The New “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” Series

Episode 1 of Mike Babiarz and Soren Johnstone’s documentary series “Road To The Restaurant Rumble” has just made it online. Some background: Restaurant Rumble 2012 is a charity boxing event organized by Aprons for Gloves Boxing Association. With 12 weeks

“Clayoquot Oyster Festival” Photo Contest Finalist #5: Mike Babiarz

“Clayoquot Oyster Festival” Photo Contest Finalist #5: Mike Babiarz

If you like these two shots, demonstrate as much by clicking the Facebook “like” button below. The Scout Flickr Pool contributor with the most “likes” at noon on Friday, November 11th will be declared the winner of our Clayoquot Oyster

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