Category Archives: Vancouver History

The Last Few Drops Of Sweet Sip Thursdays…

(image by Fubufoto / design by Frankie Faux) About six years ago, a little 100 year-old building transformed from a forgotten store-room into a euphonious Chinatown speakeasy. Since then the Keefer Bar and its staff have provided a haven for … Continue reading

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Once Again…

I’ll often pontificate on how I find most interesting social innovations birth themselves on either coast, but it would seem that it is the West Coast that seems to lead the pack when it comes to things considered interesting to … Continue reading

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Bright Lights, Big City, Big Love

I can hear the rain washing the city down outside. It’s a familiar sound to Vancouver, and the one lullaby I can always count on to whisper me to sleep. I’ve missed it. My travels the past nine weeks have … Continue reading

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Burlesque History Lesson: Vancouver’s Hidden Horror Sweetheart

As much as I’d like to believe at times I’m an innovator with my craft, it’s hugely egotistical of me to think that way. As an artist, I’m constantly drawing inspiration from everything around me and channeling it into something … Continue reading

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Notorious Vancouver: Crystal Precious

It’s been awhile since I posted a Notorious Vancouver interview here. Not because I’m protecting the underground from getting splashed by the mainstream, but more because of a backlog of awesome things occurring and distracting me from bringing the readers … Continue reading

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