Two Health and Wellness Events to Attend at the End of October

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Two high profile health and wellness events will be in Vancouver the weekend of October 27-28. Here is your preview!

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Two Health and Wellness Events to Attend at the End of October

Five shows to catch at this year’s next-wave Modulus Music Festival

Laura Bowler performing FFF with Ensemble PHACE.

The annual Modulus Music Festival presents leading musicians and composers from the post-classical music scene. The Music on Main event thrives on experimentation and multi-media shows, and this year’s features stars of the scene such as Canadians Nicole Lizée and Eve Egoyan and the UK’s Laura Bowler.

The 2018 Modulus Festival takes place Nov. 2-6 at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre, CBC Studio 700, and The Post at 750 (750 Hamilton St.). The festival features free talks and concerts, as well as ticketed events. See below for five Modulus happenings worth checking out.

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Five shows to catch at this year’s next-wave Modulus Music Festival

A Very Drag Vancouver Halloween Roundup

Halloween Candy

By Kendell Yan

Halloween may fall on a Wednesday this year but that midweek slump means nothing to the witches, gargoyles, and ghouls that haunt the queer nightlife in Vancouver. The week is jam-packed, so dust off that ghastly white sheet and pop in a few fangs – we’ll let you know where to get your tricks and treats on this week-long spook-a-thon!

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A Very Drag Vancouver Halloween Roundup

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

This weekend even more Halloweening has been added to the calendar along with opera and gospel music, the Writers Festival, and some time with Ellen DeGeneres. Plus, if you find yourself with a dark clear sky on Sunday evening, look up for the Orionids Meteor Shower.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Chewing Gum as Public Art in Vancouver

Guest champion bubble blower Amy Nugent at a workshop at Queen Alexandra Elementary School. Photo by Kylie Joe.

Vancouver already has some really innovative and provocative public art, but chewing gum is definitely an exciting first.

This Halloween, get set to chew bubble gum and support kids’ art programming as part of an initiative commissioned by the City of Vancouver’s Public Art Program.

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Chewing Gum as Public Art in Vancouver

8 #VeryVancouver Ways to Commute In and Around The City

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Vancouver’s compact downtown core makes it rather easy and accessible to get around. Not only is the city very walkable, but there are multiple ways to get from one point to another, either by bike, car or ferry ride.

Some of Vancouver’s transport options allow locals to commute in interesting ways – take for example an Aquabus, which crosses over False Creek, or a seaplane, which takes off from the Burrard Inlet.  With all these options, visitors should experience a Very Vancouver commute as well!

Here are 8 ways Vancouverites commute around the city, as told by Instagram:

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8 #VeryVancouver Ways to Commute In and Around The City

Win a stay in Yaletown, a Boutique Vancouver Neighbourhood for Shopping

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Between the waters of False Creek and the centre of downtown lies Yaletown, a laid-back neighbourhood whose boutique shops, and street-side patios beg to be explored on a crisp  day with your favourite hot beverage in-hand.

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Win a stay in Yaletown, a Boutique Vancouver Neighbourhood for Shopping