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Little Mountain project years behind schedule

Little Mountain project years behind schedule

Nearly four years after residents of the citys oldest social housing complex learned theyd be ousted to make way for redevelopment, progress at the Little Mountain Housing site appears to have stalled.
THE LOOK: Matlo defines the new ‘Man’ about town

THE LOOK: Matlo defines the new ‘Man’ about town

When it comes to wearing garments by local designers, its definitely not a mans world.
URBAN LEGEND: Pamela Masik uncensored

URBAN LEGEND: Pamela Masik uncensored

Pamela Masik painted until midnight last night.

RANT/RAVE (Mar. 17)

Tobacco isnt the only habit that will kill you For all the pitifully whiny anti-smoking ranters past present and future: The destruction of our health, clean air and earth caused by cars, overfishing, overpopulation, factory farms, etc.
NEWS: Tackling the fear of heights

NEWS: Tackling the fear of heights

From the newly announced Telus Gardens to the seven mega-tower sites recently approved in the downtown core, one thing seems certain: Vancouverites can expect to look up, way up, to see the future of development in the city.
NEWS: Prepare to pay more for a cup of coffee

NEWS: Prepare to pay more for a cup of coffee

Java lovers could be in for a jolt this month with the price of coffee set to rise at many local coffee shops.

IN THE CITY (Mar. 10)

OUT OF THIS WORLD: Retired NASA astronaut John Herrington lives for excitement, on Earth or in space.
COVER STORY: It takes a village

COVER STORY: It takes a village

Karen Hodgson is just the kind of person I need to know. The two of us are making small talk and munching on potluck fare in the multipurpose room of a west side church.

RANT/RAVE (Mar. 10)

Badge of honour Kudos to the VPD for responding so quickly to a call Saturday Feb. 26 on a cold snowy night. A man was seen over a period of hours laying outside, covered with blankets, in the bushes near Lost Lagoon.

NEWS: Reforming prostituion laws

With Canadas prostitution laws in limbo, a group of womens advocates say Canadians should look to Sweden as an example of how the law can be rewritten to better protect sex workers.