Elmar Oliveira at VSO

One of the most distinguished violinists in the world  is coming to Vancouver’s Skyview Concert Hall: virtuoso Elmar

Costume Party at Pomeroy Cellars

Feeling like a little grown-up fun on Halloween? Get on your grandest get-up and head out to Pomeroy

Old Time Rock & Roll

What did people listen to at Fort Vancouver in the 1800? Probably not Coldplay or the soundtrack for “My Fair Lady.” The people who lived in and around the fort made their own music, using melodies and instruments brought with them from their native tribes and countries. There were Native American flutes and drums, French-Canadian

Boo Bash

What’s cuter than a kid in a costume begging for candy? Hundreds of kids in costumes (and grown-ups,

Candy & Wine at Latte Da

As Halloween approaches, you need to know: which wine pairs best with a bucketload of candy? Find out

Rip City Relay in Vancouver

The Portland Trail Blazers and Moda Health are partnering for the second annual Rip City Relay, a week-long

Taco House Magic

Tacos = good. Magic = good (unless it involves sawing, knife-throwing, or the sudden disappearance of a loved

Niche Turns Four

Here’s something the crow about: Niche Wine & Art Bar—one of downtown Vancouver’s most sophisticated nightspots—is celebrating its

The Grocery Cocktail & Social

The owners of The Grocery Cocktail & Social, a new cocktail bar and restaurant in the heart of

Pay 2 Play at Camas Library

The Camas Public Library is offering a free showing of John Wellington Ennis’ documentary film, “Pay 2 Play: