At the height of the Tiki bar craze in the early 1960s, Vancouver’s Bayshore Inn opened a location of the popular Polynesian chain Trader Vic’s.
Love jelly beans? Well, you won’t be able to eat these ones.
The Isle is the Pacific Theatre Festival’s most abstract play, and is a beautiful story of love and loss. The play’s language is truly universal, and centres on the odd […]
Vixens of Wonderland by Concrete Vertigo Productions is going for sexy, bawdily comedic burlesque pop revue. Unfortunately, it falls short of both.
Neon signs beckon us to businesses, entertainment, places, or ideas. They’ve long shone brightly on the streets of Vancouver
Vancouver has some very unique and awesome pieces of public art. While there are hundreds scattered around the city—from murals to sculptures—we scouted 15 pieces and places that are not […]
Everyone who dates men has a few zany stories of the guys they’ve dated.
From August 15 to 24, the Gateway Pacific Theatre Festival is bringing Contemporary Hong Kong Plays to Canada.