Climate change just came to my neighbourhood. The wild wind storm Saturday night uprooted trees all over the city. The soil was so dry it […]
Rain or Shine, Kitsilano’s favourite ice cream hang out, has a new outdoor seating area. They’ve taken over two parking spots on 4th Avenue. Car […]
I went back to school in 2012 with the sole purpose of getting a full time job. I was tired of the freelance roller coaster. […]
The Pride Parade is today and it is fantastic, but the shopping at the festival on Sunset Beach is also pretty spectacular. Many of the […]
Derrick Jensen, an author, teacher activist and small farmer wrote a book called Endgame, The problem of civilization, Volume 1. It is 451 pages long […]
In the early 1990s, I read a little booklet on grey water systems by Robert Kourik. Kourik has gone on to become a widely published […]
Portland and Vancouver have often been accused of being joined at the hipster. Just like us, they have cool coffee joints, craft breweries, food trucks, […]
[youtube_sc url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=20&v=52D4jSOagBU”] Okay, I don’t want to sound like a no-fun Vancouver type, but tomorrow is Khatsalano Days. Which means 4th Avenue will be closed […]
Canada Day. At home. On Native land.
Thanks to gentrification on the downtown eastside, even detox has gotten a face lift.