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What happens when you ask more than 50 of Vancouver’s top chefs to bring one ingredient each and toss it into a boiling pot?
Kicking off the festival tomorrow is the second annual Chef Soup Experiment. Taking place on Granville Island, some 50 Dine Out chefs will toss one ingredient each into a simmering pot. Continue reading:
Soups On! Dine Out Vancouver Festival Kicks Off Tomorrow with Second Annual Chef Soup Experiment
If you loved Sesame Street as a kid and still cherish memories of Bert, Ernie and Cookie Monster, you’ll probably want to skip Avenue Q.
The raunchy, puppet musical that parodies Sesame Street and famously includes scenes of full-frontal (puppet) nudity is back in Vancouver, showing from Nov. 20-Jan. 3 on the Arts Club’s Granville Island Stage.
The Broadway smash hit, which has now had several runs in Vancouver, is a ribald, risque remix of Sesame Street, showing what happens when our favourite characters grow up and confront some very adult problems. Continue reading:
The Musical with Full-Frontal (Puppet) Nudity is Back: Avenue Q in Vancouver starting Nov 20
This week is your last chance to see Educating Rita on Granville Island. The Arts Club Theatre production stars Holly Lewis as the street-smart Rita who wants to learn about literature beyond her well-worn copy of Rita Mae Brown’s bestseller Rubyfruit Jungle.
Vancouver is a city shaped by its over 58 kilometers of waterfront. From the industrial Port lands in the Burrard inlet to the Fraser River there is an abundant variety of activities. The Seawall that snakes around downtown and Stanley Park connecting all of our beautiful beaches, the log booms, marinas and small streams that punctuate the shoreline display how much our city is linked to the waterfront in some form.
This weekend, expect to see crowds celebrating the waterfront at the Vancouver Maritime Museum. Expect a full day of great activities that will explore the waterfront, including guided boat tours, cycle tours, kayaking and First Nations canoe tours, bird walks and art workshops.