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  • 03 Dec 2014

    The Vancouver Fringe Festival

    Passion is a force that pushes boundaries and unleashes creativity; Perhaps, no one knows this better than the artists at the Vancouver Fringe Festival who are willing to transform themselves into characters all in an effort to make at least one person in their audience feel something.

  • 13 Nov 2014

    Food Culture Renaissance

    The Fraser Valley Food Show, an annual exhibition and celebration of local food, produce and innovation, dominated the Abbotsford Tradex Centre October 3rd to 5th. The infectious sense of community captured visitor and vendors alike as they explored their way through the sea of exhibitors. “We’ve been attending the show for years,” said Diane Herbert. “After a personal invitation to join the sausage making competition 3 years ago, I realized how naive we had been not to take advantage of exhibiting here in the past,” she laughed. Diane and her husband Dale are the proud owners of Davis Quality Meats. Conveniently and rather ironically, their shop is located about 10 minutes away from the food exhibition.

  • 27 Sep 2014

    Your guide to the underground world of AlleyCat races

    Bike couriers are found in most metropolitan cities. They serve as a fundamental backchannel for businesses to relay messages, reports, legal documents, and project proposals between each other. Vancouver is no exception. With couriers using their knowledge of back alleyways, shortcuts, and judgements towards traffic patterns you can spot them on a daily basis in the downtown core.

  • 05 Aug 2014

    Festival Season hits the Valley

    At one point in the day, while the hoards of anxious spectators stared in awe at high-flying motocross, gnarly grinds, and the aerial prowess of seasoned BMX talent, the temperature hit its peak at +40 degrees. They don’t capitalize on being Canada’s hottest beach festival based on the bikini competition alone. This is the 7th year that the Center of Gravity festival has been hosted in Kelowna, B.C. and with it creating a hotspot of extreme sports and big music names such as Calvin Harris, Chromeo, Tegan & Sara, and Matt & Kim in the heart of the Okanagan.

  • 10 Jun 2014

    There’s nothing Shambolic about The Good In Everyone

    Band Name: The Good In Everyone

    Genre: Indie Rock

    Band Members: Nick Russell - Guitar/vocals, Benjamin Mott – Guitar, Laura Genschorek - Keys/synths/vocals, Jamison Gladysz – Drums, Olivia Sharpe – Guitar/vocals, Matt Gostelow - Bass 

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