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Would you leverage the middle name of your first born for the sake of wrestling?

Would you leverage the middle name of your first born for the sake of wrestling?

100 unsuspecting friends and family members, eight potential middle names, and one big wrestling tournament.
Get punched in the face for charity at Restaurant Rumble!

Get punched in the face for charity at Restaurant Rumble!

This Downtown Eastside non-profit opens the sport of boxing to all during their annual fundraising fight night. 
Send your teen to a new musical theatre camp near Sechelt this summer

Send your teen to a new musical theatre camp near Sechelt this summer

If you’ve got a teen who loves to sing Broadway hits and act out scenes, two Tri-City dancers may have an experience of a lifetime for them.
Polish festival in Port Coquitlam to help Ukrainians, celebrate two cultures

Polish festival in Port Coquitlam to help Ukrainians, celebrate two cultures

The Polish community returns to Port Coquitlam this month for its first festival since 2019.
This incredible program helps dancers in Vancouver take their careers to the next level

This incredible program helps dancers in Vancouver take their careers to the next level

And you can watch them take their talents to the stage for a very exciting end-of-season performance
Fun events to check out in Vancouver this weekend: May 20-22

Fun events to check out in Vancouver this weekend: May 20-22

British car show, speed-friending, rag yard sale, boat party and more. There's so much to do this weekend!
Watch: Vancouver takes centre stage in new dance video

Watch: Vancouver takes centre stage in new dance video

Corey Wadden’s brief film featuring five Vancouver dancers strikes a chord during tough times.
Tropical beats come to Coquitlam for Caribbean Days Festival

Tropical beats come to Coquitlam for Caribbean Days Festival

The two-day Caribbean Days Festival — the largest in the province — is moving Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park after 32 years in North Vancouver.
Vancouver will have an all-glass squash court for a few days this June

Vancouver will have an all-glass squash court for a few days this June

They'll be setting up for all to see at a very high-profile location in the city
After over a decade, Vancouver's museum show of 'ugly' neon signs is turning off the lights

After over a decade, Vancouver's museum show of 'ugly' neon signs is turning off the lights

But the display isn't going permanently dark...