Tuesday, March 11, 2014
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Because they have been trying to destroy the Downtown Eastside since 1913
The Dependent has a great video on the City’s street art.
Megaphone has a look at the festive and solemn names of Missing Women created in flowers.
The City is working through it’s new Pro-Fun City policies. Read it for some Irwin Oostindie goodness.
Members of Only Magazine and The Society for The Preservation of Historic Revelry met in a downtown media gondola to cover and broadcast the opening ceremonies for the 2010 Winter Olympics live via the interweb. In addition we included feeds from Toronto and London, UK.
The New Pornographer’s have a new video out. This has been your government mandated message.
It sure is a bloodbath of staff, at City Hall, right? Staffers tossed off the roof every evening, masked by the sound of the 9 o’clock gun. Frances Bula, however, begs to differ, and says that the turnover is pretty much as it has ever been.
Hmm. The Only cafe? What a great name. Our lawyers swear that we have never heard of it before. Here’s a nice feature on it.
Eric Nicol, one of the funniest journalists to ever write for The Province (and The Ubyssey for that matter) has died, aged 91.
We’re not entirely sure what this entails, but, Margaret Atwood will be narrating a theatrical performance of her latest novel, The Year of the Flood, at the Hotel Vancouver tomorrow evening.
Terry McBride, the co-founder and CEO of Nettwerk Records, has come out and publicly endorsed Kevin Falcon for Liberal leader.
Destroyer’s new album, Kaputt, is here. You should have already clicked it.
Week four. David Look insists that he joined us last week. Your archivist begs to differ, however, records are thin on the ground. If you look at Lai’s piece, what seems crazy is that his column of six years ago could be run this weekend, if you updated the club names and wanted to shoot yourself.