Monthly Archives: May 2009

Double duty dough

In honour of all the lads who flex their creative flair in the kitchen, I thought I would share a tried and true pizza dough recipe my dad thoroughly enjoyed. This particular recipe card belonged to him; he was a … Continue reading

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Let’s FUSE together

Where to be seen on Friday, May 29th: FUSE, Vancouver Art Gallery, 8pm to 2am In addition to checking out the Golden Age of Dutch painting with all the other revelers, get swept away by the Chor Leoni Mens Choir … Continue reading

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Pic A Flic: Sin Nombre

My suggestion for weekend film theatre-goers is Cary Joji Fukunaga’s feature debut, Sin Nombre. This visually stunning thriller is a tale of gritty gang life and the search for freedom at all costs. Train-top along Mexico’s countryside, we watch the … Continue reading

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Listen up: Lisa O’Neill

Singer-songwriter of delicate aural confections, Lisa O’Neill has just released her debut album Partner. Backed by man of many strings Jesse Waldman and pa rum pa pa pum drummer Nick Stecz, this cohesive trio has a rare chemistry, illuminated on … Continue reading

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Throwback: Harrowsmith

While en route through Madeira Park on the Sunshine Coast, my companion lured me into the local thrift shop. After contemplating some teacups and rather adorable silver creamers I came across an intact copy of the Harrowsmith Cookbook (Volume I … Continue reading

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To market, to market, to buy a…

Thank goodness, the kick off to market season is just around the corner. With nothing planted on my deck just yet, I have been obsessively waiting for weekend markets of local produce to comfort me. And I know there isn’t … Continue reading

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Treetop style

Rockwater Secret Cove Resort Tenthouse Suite #56 Highlights: ♦Highest hut of them all, #56 provides ultimate privacy and stellar views. ♦Amenities foreign to sleeping in the forest (think king-size bed, remote-controlled fireplace, hydro-therapy tub for two, ceiling fan, fridge, heated … Continue reading

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