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In his latest read of the local news headlines, Sean Orr mourns a music legend and sees the speculation tax working.
Trash Theory explains how the punk music scene got its start in the 1950s with the pushing of rock and roll boundaries.
An agenda of the things we are doing, wishing we could do, or are conspiring to do in Vancouver from Feb. 13 to Feb. 19, 2019.
Buying into this flower share is a brilliant way to pre-emptively ensure fresh, gorgeous, local blooms all summer long.
The local artist's new series of drawings is currently hanging on the walls of Chernoff Fine Art on East 2nd Avenue.
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr smells old seafood sauce and applauds adverse weather ingenuity.
We poked our heads into an industrial building to watch concrete pour as part of an upcoming art exhibition by Omer Arbel.
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean finds art gallery workers on strike and cabin owners paying their fair share of taxes.
In her latest essay, Christine Hagemoen reminds us of a disappeared facet of daily life in downtown Vancouver.
There are only 100 tickets available for this exclusive art party, dinner and fundraiser, happening on Saturday, March 2nd.
In filmmaker Toby Harriman's 'The Block Tower', the camera takes us on a trip through the Chinese city's forest of architectural ubiquity.
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr salutes a good Super Bowl ad and worries about fragile white dudes.
Regardless of your industry or hobby, the newly launched Custom Apron Builder by Search and Rescue Denim Co. is really f*cking fun!
Kristin Lim shares a page cut from her calendar of must-see art shows and openings across the Lower Mainland this month
"I'm not at all prepared for when The Big One strikes. I have two packets of instant ramen and half a bottle of Chardonnay..."
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean hears tell of wealthy teenagers and goes all-in on the second coming of Svend.
Watch the contiguous USA slowly revealed as the labyrinthine network of numbered highways grows out of the eastern seaboard.
Head to the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Gardens to celebrate the New Year and pig out on a day packed with food, fun and traditional entertainment.
If you close your eyes and imagine the future of marketing and advertising, what you see probably isn't too far off from this...
Robbie Slade and Peter Ricq speak in advance of their February 15th gig at Celebrities, in support of their latest LP, "Going Late".
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr finds a local cop with de-escalation training and bad decisions in Saanich.
"One of my life goals is to travel the Inside Passage from Victoria all the way north to Skagway and then back again..."
In his latest read of the news headlines, Sean Orr looks at Canada's left vs. the American left and wades into the waters of rent control.
Nature has been lying to us our entire lives, and we'll probably never look at these butterflies the same way ever again.