AS commuters continue to eye the rising price at the pump, representatives of HUB: Your Cycling Connection are encouraging people across Metro Vancouver to ditch their cars and ride their bikes during this year's
AS mentioned last column, we're into Agave Week (May 1924), which culminates in the International Tequila Expo (May 24, Hyatt Regency, 6-9 p.m.), that benefits B.C. Hospitality Foundation.
The Art of Healthy Living: A series of workshops with Vancouver's top health and wellness professionals will run until June 23 in West Vancouver at the Ferry Building Gallery, 1414 Argyle Ave., Ambleside Youth Centre in Ambleside Park and Lawson Creek Studio, 1756 Argyle Ave. Info: ferrybuildinggallery.com. Registration: 604-925-7270.
RESIDENTS in Moodyville are not welcoming the news that Port Metro Vancouver and BC Hydro are set to install high-voltage transmission lines down St. Davids Avenue.
The Independent Investigations Office announced May 17 that it has cleared a VPD officer of any wrongdoing in the shooting death of Christopher Ray on Oct. 29, 2012.
A prominent ballet company is scrambling to find a location for its annual production of the Nutcracker after its contract was cancelled with the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts.
The sun brought thousands out to the Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair on Saturday where there was a plethora of activities to see and do.
Around 100 Vancouver teams will participate in the 29th annual World Partnership Walk to raise funds and awareness to end global poverty. The walk, which partners the Canadian International Development Agency with the Aga Khan Foundation (AKFC), starts at Lumbermen’s Arch in Stanley Park May 26.
A Grandview-Woodland neighbourhood group says it is appalled that a deliberately set fire to a house under construction on East First Avenue could be the work of anarchists battling gentrification.
It seems that even with the high number of single people in North America, the search for love is still on. Just because people aren’t getting into relationships doesn’t mean that they’re not looking for it.
About a month ago, I did something I never thought I would do. I traded in the beloved, battered hardtail downhill bike that I’ve used as my daily commuter for the past three years and took home a hybrid.
The vintage rugby jersey, maroon short shorts and basketball pinnes from the past five decades are popular again at Hamber secondary, which celebrates its 50th anniversary all week.
PNE...Artists, inventors, builders, crafters, scientists, engineers and farmers are invited to take part in the third annual Vancouver Mini Maker Faire, a celebration of do-it-yourself culture.
Thousands are expected to attend the grand opening Saturday of one of Canada's biggest mosques in Delta.
Barb Fraser and Dennis Henderson will be adding another element to their sound next Friday when they perform at Ladner's Genesis Theatre.
Life Before the Taser by Douglas Barker and Amanda in England: The Missing Novel by Darlene Foster
Cedar Park Church has welcomed new lead pastor Lee Kosa and his family to South Delta.
Picks of the week
Every once in a while audiences need a reminder that Matthew McConaughey can do more than take his shirt off (you heard me, Magic Mike fans). Jeff Nichols' Mud announces it loud and clear.