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A pop star as a diva, a French hit transferred to New York...
"Full Light" at end of long, dark tunnel
Counting violence against women
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Your numerology cycles for 2019
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Your numerology cycles December 16–31
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Cognitive dissonance on LNG as B.C. pursues climate goals
Jim Green and Vision Vancouver Candidates Went Onstage
Former Vision Vancouver mayoral candidate Jim Green gave an inspired talk, as current Vision Vancouver candidates and council members looked on.
Apr 11th, 2008
The Vancouver Observer Was There
Having three candidates vying for the party's nomination led to a packed event tonight at the Sheraton on Burrard. Some 500 people turned out. The Vancouver Observer was taking notes. Stay tuned...
Apr 10th, 2008
Happy Chinese New Year, Vancouver
It's a perfect parade. The street lined several bodies deep on both sides. Kids ducking under elbows and camera bags to squeeze in front. Kids riding shoulders. Kids scrambling for red envelopes...
Feb 9th, 2008
Two Merchants, A Dead-End, and a Bunch of Box Stores
The Dairy Queen, that so long squatted oddly below street level at Broadway and Cambie, is gone. Coming soon: Starbucks. Of course. In a couple years it will seem as if it was always there. Some kind...
Jan 16th, 2008
Loving Nat Bailey Then And Now
You’d think it would begin with the anthem, but that’s almost the middle of the piece. It begins with the charge up the grandstand to the thirteenth row, our seats, the cheap seats, high over the...
Mar 28th, 2007