Interview: Vancouver’s Reigning 2017 Drag Superstar, Kendall Gender

Fly first class with this Vancouver Queen

By Kendell Yan

When Kendall Gender greets me at the towering glass doors of her Yaletown apartment she’s flanked by two members of her glamorous entourage, one of which is her drag sister and fellow Bratpack girl, Gia Metric. True to her brand, Kendall is both posh and humble in the company of her friends as we sit down in the apartment building common room to kiki about her recent win at Vancouver’s Next Drag Superstar 2017.

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Interview: Vancouver’s Reigning 2017 Drag Superstar, Kendall Gender

Kids In Vancouver: There’s No Place Like The Home + Garden Show

Backyard Oasis | Photo: Azuro Concepts

Since 1971, the BC Home + Garden Show has been a popular annual event, featuring real advice, real inspiration, and real experts sharing tips, resources, and supplies for every home improvement project imaginable. Whether you have a budget to spend, or are just there to browse, the home show has something to suit the interests of guests of all ages – including kids! Here are some kid-friendly highlights to check out at this year’s show.

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Kids In Vancouver: There’s No Place Like The Home + Garden Show

We want your thoughts about Vancouver

Photo: Ken Eisner / Flickr

Are you a metro Vancouver resident? Tourism Vancouver wants to know your thoughts. Please take 10 minutes to complete a quick survey. We will use this information to help inform our branding and marketing efforts for the tourism destination. Please note that the references to Vancouver in the survey are about Vancouver as a destination and not the city proper.

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Now is the time to Stroll Through UBC

UBC Museum of Anthropology Photo: Flickr Colin Knowles

Nothing energizes your body and stimulates your mind better than a good old fashioned stroll in the park, and a walking tour of the University of British Columbia campus promises to inspire and delight!  A community unto itself, UBC is an emblem of all things Vancouver – picturesque, vibrant and a symbol of our past and vision for our future.  From the lush greenery of Pacific Spirit Regional Park to the extraordinary exhibitions housed at the Museum of Anthropology, UBC has much to offer.

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Now is the time to Stroll Through UBC

Last week of classic musical comedy 42nd Street in Vancouver!

Studio 58’s 42nd Street. David Cooper photo.

This week is your last chance to see a student production of the classic musical comedy 42nd Street.

Local theatre critic Kathleen Oliver has called Studio 58’s production “a big show—a really, really big show” and “a terrific showcase for the ample talent in Studio 58’s current crop of students.” Mark Robins at vancouverpresents.com writes that “The energy and enthusiasm is infectious in numbers such as ‘Getting Out of Town’ and ‘We’re In the Money'”. So if you’re looking for a little pick-me-up this week, 42nd Street awaits.

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Last week of classic musical comedy 42nd Street in Vancouver!

10 Perfect Places in Vancouver for an Outdoor Yoga Practice

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There are two things I will always recommend to anyone needing a pick-me-up: Yoga and fresh air. One of my favourite things about Vancouver is that it’s filled with parks, green space, and beaches for everyone to enjoy Continue reading:
10 Perfect Places in Vancouver for an Outdoor Yoga Practice

Given the Chance, Would you Climb the Lions Gate Bridge?

climb the lions gate bridge

Image courtesy of James Wheeler | Inside Vancouver Flickr Pool

If you were allowed, would you climb to the top of the Lions Gate Bridge? Shout out to all the thrill seekers out there: a new business venture has been proposed to allow interested parties a chance to climb to the top of the historic Lions Gate Bridge!

If approved, those looking for an adrenaline rush will be able to climb to the top of the bridge, ending up on a platform near the navigational beacons for an unparalleled 365-degree view of Vancouver from a birds-eye perspective.

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Given the Chance, Would you Climb the Lions Gate Bridge?