There seems to be a lot of confusions (including me) about how to get around town during the 2010 Olympics. After some studying of the City Traffic Map, I would say the best way is to ditch your car, take transit whenever possible, and walk if necessary. With some patient, you'll enjoy the game and see the city in a brand new way.
Holiday season has sadly come to an end. Where do these dried up trees go? How about keeping the good feeling going - make a cash donation to the Lions Club while have your tree chipped for compost:
Christmas Tree Chipping Event 2009-2010
Old Christmas lights can also be recycled.
Some of the best cocktail bars are just steps away from Coal Harbour - at Gastown.
Instead of same old Cosmo, check out these mixologists new takes on a grand old tradition:
Interestingly, The Economist ranks Vancouver as this year's winner from the p.o.v. of the business traveler. Read the article in this week's edition:
MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Reknowned author, Michael Pollan, will be booksigning his new book, "In Defense Of Food" at the UBC Farm Market on Saturday, June 6th at 1 p.m.. This is a fundraising event for the UBC Farm, there will be guided tours of the garden and live music. You're encouraged to bring a picnic and a blanket and spend the afternoon enjoying this treasure of an organic farm in our ...