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QUESTION

QUESTION

Does anybody know what the deal is with the characters that seem to be on the backs of a lot of these green Vancouver Parks and Rec signs around town? Is it commissioned by the city or is this the work of a street artist?
"VELO-CITY: Vancouver & the Bicycle Revolution"AT THE MUSEUM OF VANCOUVER (THE MOV)

"VELO-CITY: Vancouver & the Bicycle Revolution"AT THE MUSEUM OF VANCOUVER (THE MOV)

Opening today and running until September 7th at the Museum Of Vancouver is an exhibit called Velo-City , and it's all about bicycles and bicycling in this city of ours! Like the two other exhibits I've seen at the museum (the Sasquatch one and the S
2nd street house

2nd street house

This house on 2nd street east over here in North Van is very tempting to sneak into. Anybody have a big ladder?
GOLDEN EARS WHA?

GOLDEN EARS WHA?

How a project of this magnitude doesn't cross one's radar (mine) until a couple of weeks before it's 799 million dollars in and has almost been completed can really only be attributed to the fact that they (I) don't leave the city center all that muc

Strath Killas

After a schizophrenic Vancouver winter , summer appears to be making a fierce intro. And that means tons of skating.
UBC/ENDOWNMENT LANDS PILINGS... A QUESTION

UBC/ENDOWNMENT LANDS PILINGS... A QUESTION

Okay, so driving west on Southwest Marine Drive through the endowment lands, right before you get to UBC there's a Scenic Viewpoint where you are provided with a view of the ocean leading east into the Fraser River and over to the airport.
Community Centers: Kensington

Community Centers: Kensington

Until recently, I didn't even know where half of the community centers were in Vancouver... Mostly living near the west side, the east side of Van was a bit foggy for me... but I'm getting better.
Leeside update!

Leeside update!

I think the world of this place, it's like a community garden for skateboarders and graffiti artists. If you have never been there I recommend you check it out. It's quietly tucked away under the highway at Cassiar and Hastings.
they are just stairs

they are just stairs

I have passed this set of stairs on Great Northern Way on so many occasions and always wondered where the hell they go, what the hell they were built for and of course marveled at how deadly , i mean awesome, they are.
Leeside

Leeside

Leeside, near the PNE, is a special kind of wood-wheel tunnel that continues to evolve. Not only does it exist as a unifying memorial project, it's fully DIY—managed, paid for, and built by the hands of skaters. Read more about it right here .