Recently, a special feature in the Vancouver Courier on the Arbutus Corridor railway line, which spans from the foot of the Burrard Street Bridge to the Oak Street Bridge, inspired my friend and I to embark on an urban excursion.
You know who to call if you need a wrestling-holiday-themed poster. –@woodwardsmile This is a special post for the Vancouver Twitter crowd. Reaia, Dani and I live at Woodward’s and we’ve decided to organize a tweetup at La Casita’s across the street. We want to connect with people in the neighbourhood! And what better […]
One of the best things about living at Woodward’s is that it’s easier for my parents to visit me. They know the location of Woodward’s well, as many people do, and they go to Chinatown regularly, so popping by is stress free and convenient. Lately, it seems the frequency of parental visits have increased to […]
The weather this weekend was a dream — sunny yet cool. I was mostly indoors working but I don’t mind. When I look outside at this view, I feel like I’m on vacation. One cloud in the sky. Love it. Lately, I’ve been thinking about my blog. I want give you a quick, vague update […]
Westbank, the developer of Woodward’s, partnered with local businesses to put on a Thanksgiving dinner for “500 members of the local community”. It was held today in the Woodward’s atrium between 4:30pm-6:30pm. In September, an email was sent to residents in Woodward’s asking for volunteers and I signed up. I have negative things to say […]
How To Be Alone is a video of Tanya Davis performing her poem by the same name. I recommend that you recommend it to: 1. People who can’t stop talking. I suspect they can’t or don’t know how to be alone but they would benefit from knowing a measure of solitude. You’ll be doing them […]