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CBC podcast explores how awe affects society

CBC podcast explores how awe affects society

If you were listening to CBC Radio One yesterday you were lucky to catch the episode of Tapestry where Mary Hynes explored the feeling of awe.
A collection of Star Wars illustrations from artist Meg Robichaud

A collection of Star Wars illustrations from artist Meg Robichaud

It's always inspiring to see people following their dreams and pursuing creative pursuits. Such is the case with Vancouver (by way of Ottawa) illustrator Meg Robichaud who "draws for $$$".
Good News Roundup for November 23, 2013

Good News Roundup for November 23, 2013

It’s not all doom and gloom out there in the local media. Bad news dominates the news cycle but even we can’t accuse the mainstream outlets in Vancouver of focusing exclusively on the negative.
Good News Roundup for November 17th, 2015

Good News Roundup for November 17th, 2015

It’s not all doom and gloom out there in the local media. Bad news dominates the news cycle but even we can’t accuse the mainstream outlets in Vancouver of only focusing on the negative.
This one-man hydroplane boat could be yours

This one-man hydroplane boat could be yours

I came across THIS little slice of awesome while perusing Craiglist this weekend.
Inside The Found and the Freed

Inside The Found and the Freed

From time out of mind, the building at 706 Victoria Drive that meets the corner of East Georgia housed Scott’s Market, a family-run convenience store with a reputation that mirrored both the interior space full of groceries and the exterior appearanc
The dude from the band Art of Dying is launching a hot sauce line

The dude from the band Art of Dying is launching a hot sauce line

Another Vancouver Kickstarter project coming at you today. This one is from Jonny Hetherington who you may know as the frontman of the rock band Art of Dying .
25 photos from the West Coast Trail

25 photos from the West Coast Trail

For many, hiking BC's West Coast Trail once in their lifetime is a rite of passage. For others it's an annual outing. Originally constructed in 1907 as a passageway to transport survivors of shipwrecks, it's 75 kilometres of raw BC beauty.
Good News Roundup for November 3, 2015

Good News Roundup for November 3, 2015

It’s not all doom and gloom out there in the local media. Bad news dominates the news cycle but even we can’t accuse the mainstream outlets in Vancouver of only focusing on the negative.
The GREAT PUMPKIN of Mount Pleasant

The GREAT PUMPKIN of Mount Pleasant

Each Friday I join our friends at The Peak 102.7fm to share One Awesome Thing in Vancouver. This week I shared the story of a mysterious character called The Great Pumpkin who has been keeping Halloween alive in Mount Pleasant for years.