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Something Nice

Something Nice

Our friend Todd at Motherbrand is doing this fantastic project called Something Nice . All of the details are below, if you feel like taking part then that would be nice.
Artsy!Dartsy! Weekly!

Artsy!Dartsy! Weekly!

Vancouver has a vibrant art and design scene. It is our mission to make this stimulating world accessible to everyone.Artsy!Dartsy! is Vancouver’s online Art & Design event guide.
ANOTHER BIG SIGNING FOR THE WHITECAPS!

ANOTHER BIG SIGNING FOR THE WHITECAPS!

Looks like they were looking to add some experience.....
Illustrated Vancouver Volume 5 - Return to Transit

Illustrated Vancouver Volume 5 - Return to Transit

This week, Illustrated Vancouver returns to its roots for a very special transit treat, received by email from of all places, Vienna.
Artsy!Dartsy! Weekly!

Artsy!Dartsy! Weekly!

Vancouver has a vibrant art and design scene. It is our mission to make this stimulating world accessible to everyone. Artsy!Dartsy! is Vancouver’s online Art & Design event guide.
Nicholson Road Week 29 – Ambleside, West Vancouver

Nicholson Road Week 29 – Ambleside, West Vancouver

Nicholson Road is part of an ongoing photo project aimed at sharing and celebrating the different communities in Metro Vancouver.

Coal tar removal

Here's something random that I came across on the sidewalk right outside of the Chinatown parkade yesterday. http://www.youtube.

Daily Flickr Pickr Day 396

Every day we share a single photo from our Flickr Pool shot by one of our faithful and talented readers (that’s you!). Ruth and Dave are responsible for today's photograph of Arthur Erickson's The Waterfall Building just off Granville Island.
Vancouver Was Awesome: The Lost Neighbourhood

Vancouver Was Awesome: The Lost Neighbourhood

It's Chinese New Year this week and while there will be dragon dances, sales, special menus, and hoopla in many Vancouver neighbourhoods -- Victoria Square (at 41st) and Chinatown (near Main and Keefer) are just two -- one neighbourhood seems to have

Ken Lum's Monument for East Vancouver video

Somehow one of the most divisive public sculptures in this city (and my personal favourite), V.I.A.