Kid Friendly Eats in Vancouver

The Summer Interns It is summer and my kids are home all day; so, the Vancouveater had to shift gears from bars to kid friendly venues. Since my children would be […]

My Wedge Salad Journey

MY WEDGE SALAD JOURNEY -- The Good, The Bad, and The Underdressed The wedge salad is making a comeback in Vancouver.  Or, maybe it just never left.  I consider the wedge […]

Enjoying the Nectar of the Gods at the Kiggins Theatre

On a sunny Sunday afternoon I found myself in the enviable position of watching Stanley Kubrick’s classic anti-war film Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love […]

Slow Your Roll at Low Bar

It is a Thursday afternoon and I am at the Low Bar in downtown Vancouver. Johnny Cash is singing about a man that goes to his grave for a crime […]

Artisan Alley — Woody’s Tacos and Treat Bakery

Evergreen between Columbia Street and Washington Street is my happy place. This is the stretch of downtown Vancouver you will find if you like to wander, or if you’re like […]

The Vancouver Farmers Market Blooms Again with Old Favorites & New Surprises

Spring has descended on Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver. The flowers are in bloom, the water structure is flowing, and the Vancouver Farmers Market is open for business. The Vancouver […]

River Maiden — The Coffeeshop that makes everyday a holiday

  Tucked into a mini strip mall at MacArthur Boulevard and Devine Street is an excellent coffee house called River Maiden. The vibe is warm, fun, and laid back. This is […]

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