Kei Baritugo

Deighton Cup: How to choose the right hat for a lucky day at the races

The Deighton Cup, Vancouver’s most fashionable thoroughbred derby, returns on Saturday, July 26 at the Hastings Racecourse. Hats are considered to bring luck to the races and, at The Deighton...

Crazy8s gala screening and party showcases Vancouver’s brightest emerging filmmakers at The Centre

Crazy8s is an eight-day filmmaking contest that supports emerging filmmakers who have little or no access to short film funding. Paul Armstrong, Crazy8s executive director and executive producer, is...

Galas, after parties and celebrations at the Whistler Film Festival

The wind chill was -20 degrees and the streets were icy yet there was no shortage of lovely holiday dresses, film industry big wigs and celebrities at this year’s Whistler Film Festival (WFF)...

GROW conference kickoff party draws Vancouver's brightest entrepreneurs

Despite the rain and muggy temperature, last night’s official GROW conference kickoff party was a big hit. Various startups took over four Gastown venues to host their own “house party” with Canadian...

GROW conference gives entrepreneurs lowdown on boosting business

At this year’s GROW conference, entrepreneurs can expect to get the real lowdown from experts on how to run a business.

2013 GROW Conference links design thinking and entrepreneurship

Saskatoon native Debbie Landa is the founder of GROW, a three day technology conference in Vancouver. GROW aims to help build the next billion-dollar company by connecting successful entrepreneurs,...

William F. White to purchase Vancouver company Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd.

William F. White International, Canada’s largest film and television equipment provider, is expected to purchase Vancouver-based company, Telescopic Camera Cranes Ltd., which houses one of the...

William F. White celebrates 50 years of shaping film and TV

William F. White and Comweb chairman Paul Bronfman on lasting business partnerships and the future of Vancouver’s film and television industry.

Macedonia's Music Progressive Quartet brings a hint of exotic to Vancouver

From Vienna to New York, Macedonia’s Music Progressive Quartet won over the most discerning audiences with their Balkan inspired melodies. Far from traditional, the string quartet gives...