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BC SPCA: choose chocolate bunnies this Easter

BC SPCA: choose chocolate bunnies this Easter

A living and breathing rabbit is long-term commitment. That’s why the BC SPCA is reminding the public that chocolate bunnies make better gifts for Easter than real rabbits unless a family is already considering adopting a pet.
Amateur photographers can put Birds in Focus on their calendar

Amateur photographers can put Birds in Focus on their calendar

April 8 workshop in Tsawwassen includes practice session with captive raptors
K-Pop convention coming to Metro Vancouver

K-Pop convention coming to Metro Vancouver

Meet YouTubers, musicians and more May 19 and 20 at Hard Rock Casino Vancouver
Junos a celebration of Canadian music — and happy reunions

Junos a celebration of Canadian music — and happy reunions

Barenaked Ladies reunite and Michael Bublé returns to the stage at Sunday night's awards in Vancouver
Craft brewery tasting room dos and don’ts

Craft brewery tasting room dos and don’ts

Who needs Miss Manners to learn proper etiquette when The Growler is here to help?
Column: Reading Sarah Vaughan's Anatomy of a Scandal

Column: Reading Sarah Vaughan's Anatomy of a Scandal

Anatomy of a Scandal by Sarah Vaughan is a superb read for fans of courtroom dramas and character driven mystery thrillers.
Tulips of the Valley: B.C.’s original tulip fest boasts 20 acres of blooms

Tulips of the Valley: B.C.’s original tulip fest boasts 20 acres of blooms

Too many tulips? There’s no such thing in the Fraser Valley. Tulips of the Valley is the original and largest tulip festival in Western Canada, and this year’s dazzling event gets underway on March 29.
Five new brunches to try in and around Vancouver

Five new brunches to try in and around Vancouver

If your weekend brunch routine needs a little shaking up, we’ve got five reasons to wake up and smell the aromas of fresh new brunch eats being dished up around town.
Column: Mindful gardening practices

Column: Mindful gardening practices

I recently read an excellent article in the Winter 2018 Garden Design magazine about giving back to our environment with our gardens. The article reminds us of the huge value of populating our yards and our community with plants.
Ready Player One virtual reality and retro gaming experience opened in Vancouver

Ready Player One virtual reality and retro gaming experience opened in Vancouver

Vancouverites can try their hand at virtual reality, retro arcade games and take in live music in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
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