Vancouver’s Caffè La Tana: A Culinary Homage to Old World Italy

Sourced from Caffè La Tana

While its next door sister restaurant, Pepino’s Spaghetti House, is boisterously serving up Italian American plates, newcomer Caffè La Tana offers a completely different, albeit equally delicious experience.

Once you walk into Caffè La Tana, you’ll find yourself in a charming Italian-styled space that harkens back to a time of home cooking with fresh, high quality ingredients.

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Vancouver’s Caffè La Tana: A Culinary Homage to Old World Italy

Legal ways to celebrate 420 in Vancouver

420 vancouver weed

Photo by Roberto Valdivia on Unsplash

Last October, cannabis was officially made legal in Canada. It’s been an interesting five months of legalization with some bumps along the way.

However, with the notorious 420 festival fast approaching on April 20, 2019 – the world’s official “day to celebrate weed” – it seemed like the perfect opportunity to highlight a few legal ways to celebrate the day.

Note: while the 420 festival in Vancouver is extremely popular, it is considered a “protest” and has faced extensive criticism over the years.

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Legal ways to celebrate 420 in Vancouver

Croatia, India and Canada Headline the 2019 Honda Celebration of Light

Summer’s most sizzling celebration returns with three nations engaged in a pyrotechnics battle that promises to dazzle and delight viewers of all ages.

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Croatia, India and Canada Headline the 2019 Honda Celebration of Light

Social justice, pioneering filmmakers and jazz giants at this year’s DOXA Documentary Film Fest

Baljit Sangra’s Because We Are Girls

A B.C. film about three sisters from a conservative Indo-Canadian family coming to terms with the sexual abuse opens the 18th annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival.

On May 3, Baljit Sangra’s Because We Are Girls kicks off the festival, which runs May 2 – May 12. Western Canada’s largest documentary film festival, DOXA will present 82 films (shorts and features) from across Canada and around the world. See below for more highlights of this year’s DOXA.

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Social justice, pioneering filmmakers and jazz giants at this year’s DOXA Documentary Film Fest

Androgynous-Style Clothing for All Bodies: Meet Vancouver’s Peau de Loup

By Rachel Rosenberg

Peau De Loup is the kind of brand that inspires loyalty in their customers. A clothing company with a mission: It’s about creating something authentic that makes people feel the same way on the outside as they do on the inside.”

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Androgynous-Style Clothing for All Bodies: Meet Vancouver’s Peau de Loup

Filming in Vancouver: The Flash, Little Fish, and Home Before Dark all wrap

The Flash is finishing up production on Season 5.

This week is all about calling it a wrap.

There’s a high-concept feature film that pits love against memory loss that’s finishing up production.

And over on the small-screen side of things, an Arrowverse TV series and a brand new teen investigative series are also completing production on their most recent seasons.

So, if you care to join us, here’s a look at what’s leaving Vancouver’s screen scene this week.

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Filming in Vancouver: The Flash, Little Fish, and Home Before Dark all wrap

Celebrate Everything with Afternoon Tea in Vancouver

Afternoon tea is a fabulous way to get together with friends and celebrate special occasions Photo Credit: Secret Garden Tea

It’s ‘celebrate everything’ season. Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, birthdays — and let’s not forget the bridal showers, stags and stagettes, and baby showers that are likely filling up your calendar. Celebrate your special occasions over afternoon or high tea (and maybe a glass of bubbly) at one of Vancouver’s unique tea houses! Tea cakes, anyone?

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Celebrate Everything with Afternoon Tea in Vancouver