Filming in Vancouver: Jeremy Piven, Travelers, Somewhere Between, Project MC2, and more

Paula Patton will star in the new TV series thriller Somewhere Between, which is filming here in Vancouver.

This week’s roundup of what’s shooting in Vancouver has a strong sci-fi and tech theme running through it.

From super-smart teens to virtual reality gone wrong to time travelers, we’ve got a list of what and who will be shooting in town in the near future. (And we didn’t even need a time machine to figure it all out!)

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Filming in Vancouver: Jeremy Piven, Travelers, Somewhere Between, Project MC2, and more

This Week’s Top 5 Instagram Photos of Vancouver – Mar. 3, 2017

Check out this week’s top 5 Instagram photos from @Inside_Vancouver!

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This Week’s Top 5 Instagram Photos of Vancouver – Mar. 3, 2017

Little Sister’s Book & Art Emporium: A Queer Vancouver Literary Legend

Little Sister’s Founders Bruce Smyth (left) and Jim Deva (right) with Janine Fuller, former long-time store manager / Image via dailyxtra.com

By Casey Stepaniuk

When you walk down Davie St in the heart of Vancouver’s gay village and see the familiar hot pink electric sign for Little Sister’s Book & Art Emporium—often known just as Little Sister’s—you might not realize you’re passing a lot more than an LGBTQ+ book and sex toy store. While Little Sister’s is certainly a great place to find queer books (print and digital), sex toys, rainbow pride gear, trans supplies like binders, and more, it is also a powerful queer institution with a revolutionary history.

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Little Sister’s Book & Art Emporium: A Queer Vancouver Literary Legend

Filming in Vancouver: Deadpool 2, Neil Patrick Harris, Raquel Welch, Sandra Oh, and more

Ryan Reynolds is returning to slice and dice up Vancouver for Deadpool 2.

While all eyes may have been turned to Hollywood last night—with that little known ceremony otherwise know as the Academy Awards—there are some notes of interest of what’s shooting in Hollywood North’s screen scene.

Among them are confirmed dates for when the Merc With the Mouth and Count Olaf return to our West Coast metropolis. There are also revealed casts for two TV series, and a Canadian production kicks off today.

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Filming in Vancouver: Deadpool 2, Neil Patrick Harris, Raquel Welch, Sandra Oh, and more

This Week’s Top 5 Instagram Photos of Vancouver – Feb. 24, 2017

Check out this week’s top 5 Instagram photos from @Inside_Vancouver!

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This Week’s Top 5 Instagram Photos of Vancouver – Feb. 24, 2017

Vancouver Sets New Tourism Record With More Than 10 Million Visitors in 2016

Vancouver Skyline

It’s been another banner year for tourism in Vancouver. Recent data released by Tourism Vancouver shows 2016 year-end overnight visitation exceeded 10 million people, a new best for Metro Vancouver’s tourism industry and the third record-breaking year in a row.

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Vancouver Sets New Tourism Record With More Than 10 Million Visitors in 2016

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