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In Memory of Bing Thom

Bing Thom, outstanding local architect, passed away suddenly on October 4th while on a trip to Hong Kong. Bing was 75 when he left us – young by architect...

Thank You Bing Thom

We are saddened to hear of the passing away of Bing Thom. Bing Thom introduced us to Charlie Annenberg Weingarten who enabled the Public...

Bing Thom Interview

Bing Thom has carved out his name in architecture over the decades, working on award-winning projects here and around the world. He's is a...

Thanks, Bing Thom!

What better way to start off our week than receiving a letter of support from Bing Thom? Wow! Thanks, Bing! Check out these two videos...

Province rejects Lions Gate Bridge climbing business

The province has nixed a proposal to allow fee-paying adventure seekers to climb to the highest point of the Lions Gate Bridge. Legendworthy Quest owner...

#ArtistAtHome with Matthew Rogers

Just over a year ago, this #ArtistAtHome was rubbing elbows with Canada’s musical elite at the JUNO Awards while celebrating his band’s nomination for...

#ArtistAtHome with Louis Wu

#ArtistAtHome is a series of portraits and profiles of local artists by Christopher Edmonstone. Read all about it and see the archive HERE. Meet the...

Climate Change Jaw Dropper: Great White Sharks Destined for B.C. Waters

Cue the music from Jaws. As ocean temperatures continue to rise because of climate change, the great white shark might be coming to a Vancouver...

5 Questions With the Creative Director of Burnkit

To celebrate the return of Vancouver Design Week(end), we’ve partnered with V.I.A. to highlight some of the outstanding creative minds currently working in Vancouver. Dylan...

Shortlist for 2017 AIBC Architectural Awards Announced

Each year, the Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) honours the best completed work by our Province's architects. The awards are intended to recognize...

Pecha Kucha Night Vancouver folds up the tent

Since 2008, Pecha Kucha Night Vancouver has not only been an inspiration for legions of creative and curious Vancouverites but also a jumping off...

Read All Over – Natalie Porter

Read All Over celebrates the bookworm in all of us, showcasing readers in Vancouver and the books they love most. As a Community Librarian, Natalie...

50 Coffees #24 – Josh Dunford

I recently read a theory that going for 50 coffees with people you've never met is the entrepreneurs equivalent to the theory that doing...

Nicholson Road Week 78 – City Centre, Surrey

Nicholson Road is an ongoing photo project aimed at sharing and celebrating the different communities in Metro Vancouver. Each week Vancouver Is Awesome will...
Semiahmoo Library, Surrey

Nicholson Road Week 60 – Semiahmoo, Surrey

Nicholson Road is an ongoing photo project aimed at sharing and celebrating the different communities in Metro Vancouver. Each week Vancouver Is Awesome will...
Surrey City Centre

Nicholson Road Week 38 – City Centre, Surrey

Nicholson Road is part of an ongoing photo project aimed at sharing and celebrating the different communities in Metro Vancouver. Each week Vancouver Is...

#FF #FollowFriday Blog Post 16: @UGSID

If you're on Twitter you know that at the end of each week people put together "Follow Friday" lists of their favourite people they're...

Nicholson Road Week 33 – City Centre, Surrey

Nicholson Road is part of an ongoing photo project aimed at sharing and celebrating the different communities in Metro Vancouver. Each week Vancouver Is...

#FF #FollowFriday Blog Post 14: @BTArchitects

If you're on Twitter you know that at the end of each week people put together "Follow Friday" lists of their favourite people they're...

FOOD FARE FRIDAY: ABERDEEN CENTER

I think it's 'fair' game to say this is one of the best food fairs in the lower mainland.  For the longest time I...

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