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In Your 20s and Living With Your Parents? You're Not Alone

In Your 20s and Living With Your Parents? You're Not Alone

According to recently released Census data, more than 38 per cent of Vancouverites aged 20 to 34 live at home. And that’s OK. Read the full story HERE . 4.
Dogtown Vancouver: Ryder

Dogtown Vancouver: Ryder

Today's dog featured in Dogtown Vancouver is Ryder, Monique's pup. Here's what she had to say about him... NAME: Ryder. BREED: German Shepherd, Whippet, and Italian Greyhound mix. HOOD: South Granville. FAVOURITE SNACK: Lettuce and kale.
5 Gourmet Food Events to Attend This Summer in Vancouver

5 Gourmet Food Events to Attend This Summer in Vancouver

Indulge in the best of Vancouver's culinary scene at these up-coming specialty food events: The family-friendly, 9th Annual Metro Vancouver Garlic Festival, takes place on Sunday August 20, 2017 at the Terra Nova Rural Park in Richmond.
Dwindling rehearsal space has Vancouver musicians in a jam

Dwindling rehearsal space has Vancouver musicians in a jam

Real estate, craft breweries and tech startups are squeezing out rehearsal space for the city’s music community. Read the full story HERE . 4.
Climate Change Jaw Dropper: Great White Sharks Destined for B.C. Waters

Climate Change Jaw Dropper: Great White Sharks Destined for B.C. Waters

Cue the music from Jaws. As ocean temperatures continue to rise because of climate change, the great white shark might be coming to a Vancouver beach near you. Read the full story HERE . 4. To a boy, it was just a bike ride.
Dan Mangan Invites Musicians and Fans to Enter Through the Side Door

Dan Mangan Invites Musicians and Fans to Enter Through the Side Door

This and 4 other not-to-miss stories from the Vancouver Courier! Singer-songwriter Dan Mangan has launched a new project to connect fledgling musicians with more intimate venues and audiences. Read the full story HERE . 4.
Meet the Face (and Artist) Behind the Laughing Men Sculptures

Meet the Face (and Artist) Behind the Laughing Men Sculptures

A-maze-ing Laughter is made up of 14 giant smiling bronze men, all featuring artist Yue Minjun’s smiling face. Minjun, who's based in China, visited the sculptures for the first time in person this week. Read the full story HERE .
5 Places to Donate Your Bicycle This Summer

5 Places to Donate Your Bicycle This Summer

Do you have a well loved bike that's no longer getting any use? Rather than letting it collect cobwebs, give it a second life! There are great places in the city that will take it off your hands, spruce it up and donate it to someone in need.
How to solve Vancouver’s Rental Problems? This Group is Asking for an Abundance of Options

How to solve Vancouver’s Rental Problems? This Group is Asking for an Abundance of Options

Discussing the state of rental housing in the city has become a regular pastime for many Vancouverites, but one group has decided to take that discussion to the people who have the power to do something about it. Read the full story HERE .
Canada-Wide Drum Circle Attempts to Set World Record

Canada-Wide Drum Circle Attempts to Set World Record

Hundreds of drummers will descend upon Science World July 1 to take part in a nation-wide, Canada Day drum-in and attempt to break a Guinness World Record for most nationalities represented in a single drum circle. Read the full story HERE .