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How to save space in your garden with interplanting.

URBAN GARDENING: Interplanting makes the most of small food gardens [VIDEO]

Urban gardens are small by definition. Here’s how to save space in your garden with interplanting.
Erin O'Melinn, executive director, Hub Cycling. (Video still from DVBIA)

What will Vancouver look like when it grows up? [VIDEO]

'Re-Imagine Downtown Vancouver' is a chance for the public to take in a lunchtime panel and speak up about where it's headed.

URBAN GARDENING: Condo living no barrier to being a city farmer

In an expensive city like Vancouver, many gardeners commute to their plots. Here are tips for gardening by bike and bus.
How to grow salad greens all summer long.

BALCONY GARDENING: How to grow a steady supply of salad greens

The short shelf life of those grocery-store salad mixes is good reason to stagger-plant your own to pick fresh.

Rockin’ Meryl Streep, creepy 'Gift', the Vancouver birth of Greenpeace and brilliant 'Shaun the Sheep'

There’s also deadpan humour from Norway in "1001 Grams" and a mystery dud, "Dark Places", undone by too much plot.
Cassandra Wilson got her first glimpse of her new view Wednesday.

How a city jail became homes with hopeful views

Affordable housing in a former Vancouver remand centre gives hope to its new residents.
The twin viaducts. Google Earth image

TALK OF THE TOWN: If city planners have their way, viaducts are doomed

A city report pushes for at-grade roadways, provision for affordable rental and rental housing, and major expansion of parks, pedestrian and bicycle routes.
NDP supporters wave signs at a morning rush-hour rally downtown

It's volunteer pep rallies vs Harper's high-price ads in NDP battle for voters

Election pundits say the far-off election date reflects a strategic move by Harper’s government to drain all opposition parties of their campaign resources.
It can be challenging to find the time to grow food in a busy urban life. Here a

URBAN GARDENING: Five useful tips to save time growing food

Like emails, dusting and dishes, it often feels like the moment you’ve completed your tasks, they start to pile up all over again.
Martin Messier of MUTEK (photo by artist)

Art and electronics collide as city hosts mind-blowing global symposium (VIDEO)

SFU Woodwards transforms into a techy art space where non-conformity and new forms rule.