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These 29 Metro Vancouver spots will have special ice cream treats for a summer festival

These 29 Metro Vancouver spots will have special ice cream treats for a summer festival

Brain freeze? Yes please!
New West’s first craft brewery celebrates a milestone — and you're invited

New West’s first craft brewery celebrates a milestone — and you're invited

Steel & Oak celebrates a decade of brewing in New West at its SO10 - beer, music, magic and more.
'It's a sad decision to leave': Vancouver gallery and art market shutting down and moving to the Island

'It's a sad decision to leave': Vancouver gallery and art market shutting down and moving to the Island

"I felt discouraged by some things lately in Vancouver."
Summer night markets are back in Port Moody. Here's when and where

Summer night markets are back in Port Moody. Here's when and where

This is the second year the monthly night markets have alighted in Port Moody.
Massive World Naked Bike Ride returns to Vancouver this summer

Massive World Naked Bike Ride returns to Vancouver this summer

Participants don't need to be nude to participate...but most of them will be.
Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo returns to New West with its biggest show ever

Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo returns to New West with its biggest show ever

More Gaming, music, and experiences at this year’s Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo in New Westminster.
A two-day outdoor Japanese Summer Market takes place in Vancouver this weekend

A two-day outdoor Japanese Summer Market takes place in Vancouver this weekend

A weekend of Japanese-themed shopping, eating, and live entertainment
Landmark Pussy Riot exhibition at The Polygon extended

Landmark Pussy Riot exhibition at The Polygon extended

The exhibition, which delves into the past decade of protest from the Russian collective, will run until June 9
Vancouver considers Cultural Land Trust, new 'guide' role to help struggling arts and culture community

Vancouver considers Cultural Land Trust, new 'guide' role to help struggling arts and culture community

Could a guide or cultural land trust help the cities artists and performers?
Coquitlam actor's 'Fringe favourite' mime show lands at rEvolver

Coquitlam actor's 'Fringe favourite' mime show lands at rEvolver

Joylyn Secunda is in "The Routine," a work co-created and directed by Secunda’s father, David — a retired drama teacher in School District 43.