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04 Jul 2022

Henry Mah. Parts Of A City

i. I am an: Art based Photographer ii. Something I’ve learned about myself as an artist over the last two years: Trust your own vision and stay patient. iii. The name and date of my current exhibit/show is: ‘Parts of a City’. Opening is at Mónica Reyes Gallery, 602 E. Hastings Street.

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01 Jul 2022

Happy Canada Day 2022!

We are grateful, as ever, to be living in Canada. Happy Canada Day! What kind of desserts will we Canadians be eating to celebrate today? Well, according to Taste Atlas’ research this month, the most popular desserts in Canada are: . Most Popular Canadian Desserts 1. Pancakes with Maple Syrup

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29 Jun 2022

Photo Session @ Queen E

For decades, Queen Elizabeth Park – especially in late spring and summer – has been hopping with professional photographers and their beautifully dressed subjects. It’s fitting that when you visit the 52 hectare park, which sits 125 metres above sea level, you’ll see  J Seward Johnson’s bronze sculpture, Photo Session, installed

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27 Jun 2022

Spring Summer 2023

Hurray! Summer weather has finally come to Vancouver (please let it stay sunny minus the heat dome). As we shove our sensible sweaters to the back of the closet, here is some creative clothing inspiration from designers and their Cruise, Resort, and Spring Summer collections. The videos – from all

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24 Jun 2022

Virginia Mak. Countenance

‘Countenance’ – be it one’s face, one’s expression – is a word we quickly associate with 19th Century poetry. Take this excerpt from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s famed ‘Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie’. ‘At the helm sat a youth, with countenance thoughtful and careworn. Dark and neglected locks overshadowed his brow,

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