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NEWS: Transportable art project hits the streets

NEWS: Transportable art project hits the streets

By Anna Killen Transit riders looking to avoid the eyes of strangers during the past week might have noticed that they have something new to fix their gaze on.

RANT/RAVE (March 3)

What a bunch of crap This is in response to Trayeas rant on seeing all the doggie poo in Vancouver and mostly in the West End.
NEWS: New community gardens sprouting up, but wait lists still growing

NEWS: New community gardens sprouting up, but wait lists still growing

Forget designer condos, some of hottest real estate in the City of Vancouver is a plot in your local community garden.
NEWS: ‘Renoviction’ ruling highlights inconsistencies in RTB decisions

NEWS: ‘Renoviction’ ruling highlights inconsistencies in RTB decisions

Mark Moore, Christine Brandt and Andrew Simmons stood outside the West Ends Seafield Apartments on a bitingly cold Wednesday morning trading war stories.
THE LOOK: Sustainable clothing the height of style

THE LOOK: Sustainable clothing the height of style

While fashion taste-makers Anna Wintour (American Vogue), Emmanuelle Alt (newly ensconced replacement at French Vogue for the abruptly departed Caroline Roitfeld), and Kate Lanphear (Elle U.S.

RANT/RAVE (Feb. 24)

Loser Games What kind of loser city has an Olympics “Anniversary?” It’s over, shut up about it already.
NEWS: Fighting to memorialize Vancouver’s first black neighbourhood

NEWS: Fighting to memorialize Vancouver’s first black neighbourhood

When Wayde Compton tells people about the Hogan’s Alley Memorial Project, he’s often met with the same response: “They look at you with skepticism and confusion,” the author and historian says of his reference to Vancouver&rsq
NEWS: Critics slam Liberals for St. Paul’s deterioration

NEWS: Critics slam Liberals for St. Paul’s deterioration

The decrepit conditions at St.

IN THE CITY (Feb. 24)

Celebrated Spaces: Got a favourite place to escape the crowd, take in a view or think about the past? Nominate your special urban nooks and crannies for the Vancouver Heritage Foundation’s Places That Matter project.
MOVIE TIMES (Feb. 25-Mar. 3)

MOVIE TIMES (Feb. 25-Mar. 3)

DENMAN CINEMAS 1779 Comox, 604-558-3456 Tangled Sat-Sun 12:00 Company Men 2:00 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt.