Congrats to our pal Coach Bob at Sugarrays on the launch of his new book. McAdam gives a frank examination of the underside of the sport and reveals its inherent dangers

Downtown Betty

Looking for something comfy and cozy to wear at Kits beach? Visit Downtown Betty or shop online.Put a little Spring in your step ✌

All We Ever Need, by Michael Averill

Local musician Michael Averill Music has released a new album. Michael can be seen performing in Kitsilano at places such as:Chewies Steam & Oyster Bar Kitsilano, Corduroy, St

Starting June 1, minimum distracted driving fine in BC will be $543

Look alive and keep your eyes on the road. Warning ⚠ Penalties appear smaller than they actually are.Starting on June 1, a first-time distracted driving ticket in B.C. will cost you $543

SCOUT 25 POLL | Our Readers Rank The Best Restaurants In The City, Spring 2017 Edition | Scout Magazine

Thanks Scout Magazine, thrilled to be in such great company.The Spring 2017 Scout 25 has just been released

Hold My Hand Vancouver - TEST Photo Shoot with Eyoalha

Saw this in CraigslistHello!I am a photographer looking for 50 people born in Canada and 50 people not born in Canada to take part in a conceptual photo.I am looking for 100 people to stand in a line holding hands, alternating between born here and not bo

Top Chef Canada Video - All-Stars Chef: Curtis Luk -

A preview from Top Chef Canada All Stars and a look back to Curtis Luk on season 2. How exciting is this!! 1 of only 2 chefs representing Vancouver. Help cheer him on Sunday nights starting April 2nd.Curtis competed in Top Chef Canada season two

What’s Fresh at Nat Bailey – March 18 « Vancouver Farmers Market

Check out What's Fresh at #NatBaileyWFM this Saturday March 18th, the corner of Ontario st and 30th. On from 10am-2pm.

Things to do in Vancouver on St. Patrick's Day our curated list of activities in Vancouver for St. Patrick's Day (Friday, March 17). View photos, things to do and more

How Green is Vancouver?

How Green is Vancouver? City of Vancouver - Local GovernmentThe value of trees and plants in the urban environment is well documented: they improve air quality, shade against heat and provide an antidote to congestion, traffic and the pace of city life