Category Archives: Vancouver History

Notorious Vancouver: Corinne ‘Shameless’ Lea

It’s rare that you will find an artist who is also a patron of the arts, but it’s like finding a rare jewel, too… they have to glitter a little harder because there are so few of them. Such is … Continue reading

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A Proud Tradition

Vancouver has a number of long, strange histories in our city. We’ve always had a large number of riots, we have since the first Europeans began their no-so-subtle nudging of the First Nations out and gripes about how the neighbourhood … Continue reading

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Seaside Mysteries

Everyone loves a good mystery, and Vancouver has no shortage of her own. But far from the film noir mysteries of old, such as the still unsolved case of the ‘babes in the woods’ of Stanley Park or the hauntings … Continue reading

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Notorious Vancouver: Russ Foxx

If your life is rich and fulfilling, then it is full of unique and varied individuals. Almost as long as I have been a performer in Vancouver, I have known Russ Foxx. He has been a driving current in the … Continue reading

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Scout Magazine: Sweet Sip Farewell

It is such a pleasure to have the support of our local community. Scout Magazine has been an ardent supporter of Sweet Soul Burlesque and it’s performers, and we’re happy they are sharing the news of our final Sweet Sip … Continue reading

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