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Bob Masse, No Fun City and The Very Best Band at Van’s Olio Fest

by Meghan Roberts Olio hit Vancouver for its second year with wider recognition, international acts, and big name sponsors. Vancouver’s newest and fastest growing indie festival, Olio showcases bands, artists, films, and art during a four day whirlwind each fall. While maintaining its original local focus, Olio organizers brought in a number of bigger shows… Read More »

Vancouver Hit List, July 15th-18th

SHOPPING/FASHION Fresh Out’s Get Local Sale Pick up some quick new pieces to help you feel freshly fashioned for this weekends folk fest! (I’d recommend not wearing a couture gown, but 50% off bathing suits is rad!) Featuring Ric Yuenn’s couture dresses for under $200, and Play with Fala select clearance items, by local designer… Read More »

Vancouver Hit List: July 9th-11th

No Pants Party at the ANZA Club (3 W 8th Ave) Friday July 9 Doors at 9 PM $10, 2-for-1 w/ a free drink before 10:30 PM Don’t even try to get in with your pants on, they will be checking at the door! No pants shall pass. The Rules: All garments must be 6″… Read More »

Vancouver Hit List, June 23rd-27th

MUSIC How much music can be made with a pair of drumsticks and the street as the instrument? The Vancouver Public Space Network are heading out to Granville Street this Sunday to play the city’s rhythms with instruments of their daily lives. Drumsticks, keys, kitchen appliances, grandma’s knitting sticks – get creative and make some… Read More »

HITLIST: What’s happening in Vancouver this weekend, June 4-6

THEATRE  If you didn’t make the Wednesday or Thursday performances of Christopher Durang’s new dark comedy “Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them”, the Canadian Premiere continues Friday and Saturday at the Performing Arts Lodge Theatre (581 Cardero Street @ Georgia) at 8pm.  Fresh from Broadway, this dark comedy set against the backdrop of… Read More »

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