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Peak Week – March 11, 2013

By Daryn Wright Eats Pay a visit to Mountain Equipment Co-op and grab some dehydrated food, which is the closest you’re going to get to space...

Rainier Provisions provides

By Hannah Bellamy Image courtesy of Scout Magazine When I paid my first visit to Rainier Provisions, located at the corner of Cordova and Carrall, it...

Serena Ryder “Stompas” off the beaten path with Harmony

By Rachel Braeuer Image courtesy of Mary Rozzi I do not envy Canadian musicians. Well, no, I do. It’s just hard to imagine having actual talent and...

Poetic city spaces

By Daryn Wright Photo courtesy of Vancouver Public Library What does it mean to be excluded or included in a city’s history? What relationships emerge between...

Peak Week – March 4, 2013

Eats Beaucoup Bakery opened up not too long ago on Fir St., and since then its tiny interior has been steadily filled by those seeking...

SFU Profiles: International Women’s Day

By Monica Miller Photos courtesy of Carole Gerson and PAMR Carole Gerson Carole Gerson is a professor in the English Department at SFU, where she also received...

The great porn experiment

UBC lecturer contests the anti-pornography myth By Justin Fleming VANCOUVER (CUP) — For anyone who has seen Gary Wilson’s TEDx talk “The Great Porn Experiment” or...

Peak Week – Feb. 25, 2013

Eats Sean Heather, owner of such Vancouver food establishments as Judas Goat, the Salty Tongue, and Bitter, has recently added Ranier Provisions to his list...

Pidgin pleases taste buds

Newly opened on the DTES, Pidgin is worth the visit By Ljudmila Petrovic Photos by Patrick Lui / TTLui Photography Pidgin just opened up on 350 Carrall...

Victoria's first-ever youth poet laureate

Law hopes to inspire youth through poetry By Jennifer Boychuck VICTORIA (CUP) — Whether or not she expected it, Aysia Law is Victoria’s first-ever youth poet...