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 Left: An oversized top finished with a flower in classic black and white. Right: Asymmetrical hem for a skirt and a belted look. Fashion Editor, Vancouver, Photo Galleries, Ballet Skirt, Two Piece Skirt Set, Black And White, Flower, Classic, Skirts

Photo Gallery: Vancouver Fashion Week

Designers, fashion editors and even stars gathered for the spring and summer presentation at Vancouver Fashion Week.The event brought 45 designers from all around the world to showcase what will be on trend.

 A splash of orange with a classic high waisted skirt with pleating for extra detail. Fashion Editor, Vancouver, High Waisted Skirt, Photo Galleries, Mini Skirts, Orange, Detail, Classic, Collection

Photo Gallery: Vancouver Fashion Week

Designers, fashion editors and even stars gathered for the spring and summer presentation at Vancouver Fashion Week.The event brought 45 designers from all around the world to showcase what will be on trend.

Team Canada goaltender and former Vancouver Thunderbird Kimberly Newell was in net for two wins against the U. in a best-of-three series this August. Hockey World, Women's Hockey, World Championship, Vancouver, Canada, Sports, Sport

Newell posts shutout for Canada

Nothing in sports is as decisive as a zero. For U18 Team Canada goaltender Kimberly Newell, a zero - a shutout victory against Finland Dec. 30 at the U18 women's hockey world championship - marked her first test on the international stage.

A hit at the Vancouver Fringe Festival a few years back, Portland's Wonderheads return with Grim & Fischer. The surreal tale of a feisty old woman who literally comes face to face with Death himself runs Jan. 3 to 13 at the Cultch. For tickets and information, call 604-251-1363 or go to thecultch.com. Old Women, Vancouver, Compliments, Joker, Face, Death, Fictional Characters, Woman, Google Search

Picks of the week - December 18, 2012

Picks of the week

Monk McQueens will serve its last customers tonight on New Year's Eve, 26 years after opening on False Creek. New Years Eve, Vancouver, Travel, Voyage, Viajes, Traveling, Trips, Tourism

Monk McQueens closing after 26 years on Vancouver's False Creek

Monk McQueens, the longtime landmark seafood restaurant, is closing its doors after a New Year's Eve bash celebrating 26 years on False Creek's waterfront.

Vancouver Canada News Goh Ballet returns with The Nutcracker 2012 Christmas Scenes, 12 Days Of Christmas, Victoria Canada, City Ballet, Nutcracker Christmas, Deck The Halls, Stage Design, Time Of The Year, Christmas Activities

Picks of the week - December 18, 2012

It's that time of the year again. The Goh Ballet presents The Nutcracker, Dec. 19 to 23 at the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts. Billed as Vancouver's only classical, traditional version of the holiday classic, this one's got it all - toy soldiers, the Mouse King, sugar plum fairies, the Land of Snow and Kingdom of Sweets - as New York City Ballet stars Tiler Peck and Gonzalo Garcial lead a large cast of 200 local talents to Tchaikovsky's seasonal soundtrack performed by musicians…

Jishan Sharples scored twice in a semi-final Canadian university field lacrosse game against Guelph University Nov. He scored two more in the championship final. Canadian Universities, Semi Final, Lacrosse, The Borrowers, Scores, Football Helmets, Vancouver, Campaign

For McGill Redmen, Sharples scores the one goal that counts

One, two or five? How many goals did Vancouver's Jishan Sharples score for McGill in the Canadian university field lacrosse championship?

Steven Point, former lieutenant governor of British Columbia, will chair a new advisory committee on the safety and security of vulnerable women. Stevens Point, Safety And Security, British Columbia, Vulnerability, Vancouver, Chair, Women, Recliner, Women's

Point heads up advisory committee for vulnerable women

The former lieutenant governor of B.C. will now play a key role in ensuring recommendations released Monday in the final report of the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry are implemented with input from family of the missing and murdered women.

RWB Principal Dancer Sophia Lee in Nutcracker Photo Credit: David Cooper Ballet Companies, Local Bands, Rock Legends, Photo Credit, Ballet Dance, Statue Of Liberty, Trip Advisor, North America, Indie

Picks of the week - December 18, 2012

One of our favourite events of the year, Guided by Robots features members of local band SK Robot covering the tunes of prolific indie rock legends Guided by Voices and at some point turning the microphone over to drunken revellers trying to do their best Robert Pollard imitation. Expect to hear “A Salty Salute,” “Game of Pricks” and “Teenage FBI” half a dozen times. Get your hot freaks on Dec. 15, 8 p.m. at the ANZA club, with proceeds going towards Small Tal

One year after Matthew Huszar, an avid outdoorsman and young geologist, disappeared from Gastown, police are renewing their call to the public for tips on his whereabouts. Office Parties, Vancouver, The Outsiders, Dads, Party, Christmas, Fathers, Yule, Xmas

Man disappeared after Gastown office party and is still missing

One year after Matthew Huszar, an avid outdoorsman and young geologist, disappeared from Gastown, police are renewing their call to the public for tips on his whereabouts.

The Bloedel Conservatory opened in 1969 and is seen here under construction. Heritage Foundation, Guest Speakers, Under Construction, Special Guest, Conservatory, Vancouver, Louvre, World, Building

The Bloedel Conservatory is 'a place that matters'

Inspired by the City of Vancouver's 125th anniversary this year, the Vancouver Heritage Foundation conceived the Places That Matter project, created to recognize the historic places, people and events that have helped shape this city.

Ryan Beil reveals the darkly humourous underbelly of working as a Macy’s department story elf in the Arts Club production of David Sedaris’s The Santaland Diaries. David Sedaris, Art Club, Diaries, Vancouver, Elf, Fashion, Journaling, Moda, La Mode

Elf-awareness

The Santaland Diaries...At the Arts Club Revue Stage until Dec. 29Tickets: 604-687-1644, artsclub.com

The conservatory will once again brighten the city’s grey, wet winter with hol. - Celebration cakes for women, Party organization ideas, Party plannig business Star Trek Crew, Queen Elizabeth Park, Party Organization, Cakes For Women, Christmas Cactus, Exotic Birds, Holiday Lights, Jewel Box, For Stars

Elf-awareness

Queen Elizabeth Park...Can't afford that tropical vacation this Christmas? Here's an idea.

For the past 25 years, people have opened their hearts and their wallets to support the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau by donating to the Christmas Wish Breakfast at the Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel. Vancouver Hotels, Festival Lights, Yacht Club, Christmas Wishes, Cheer, Wallets, The Past, Hearts, Breakfast

Community Calendar: Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel cooks up Christmas cheer

Burrard Inlet...This Saturday evening the waters of Burrard Inlet will sparkle and shine with light as more than 30 spectacularly decorated yachts pass by in support of the Burrard Yacht Club's Festival of Lights fundraiser for the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau.

The Bidwell tree in Vancouver’s West End gets the light treatment: City workers spend two to three days getting the tree ready for Christmas. More than lights are used to illuminate the tree, which is actually a cluster of seven Elm trees. Elm Tree, West End, Three Days, Vancouver, Trees, Lights, City, Frame, Christmas

City Frame

The Bidwell tree in Vancouver's West End gets the light treatment: City workers spend two to three days getting the tree ready for Christmas. More than 10,000 lightsare used to illuminate the tree, which is actually a cluster of seven Elm trees.

Killarney secondary Grade 12 students Jaiun Lee (l), Aliana Carlos, Samantha Giang and Serena Yang put together packages to help the needy in the Downtown Eastside. Secondary School, A Decade, 10 Years, Vancouver, Students, Celebrities, Upper Elementary, Celebs, Middle School

Killarney secondary school students celebrate 10 years of giving

Killarney secondary school's student street squad marks a decade Dec. 5 of annual trips to the Downtown Eastside to deliver holiday care packages.

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