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The Blue Cabin Floating Artist Residency responds to a need for alternate modes of living and working.
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Eve Lazarus Nov 12
One thing you won't see on the Spirit Trail is the Capilano Fog & Light Station. The lighthouse opened in 1914, sat on pilings at the mouth of the Capilano River & except for very low tide, was surrounded by water. It was gone by 1968
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The Blue Cabin Nov 11
Reading this beautiful book today, edited by Canada’s Brian Busby.
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Canada Nov 11
Today we honour our fallen heroes and the many Canadians who have served to protect the freedom of our country.
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The Blue Cabin Nov 9
Looks like ‘Hegeman Printing’. The photo is a tad pixilated but I’ll check the poster. The fine print at the bottom left reads ‘Origin U.S.A’. The ‘Trelawny of the Wells’ poster has ‘Carey+ Sons Lith N.Y.’ written on the bottom right. Let us know if you’d like to see them
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The Blue Cabin Nov 7
View of Coal Harbour from Georgia St., 1925. The Blue Cabin was built in Coal Harbour in the late 1920s. It was barged over to N Vancouver in 1932 when its builder landed a job at McKenzie Barge & Derrick Co. Photo: Major James Skitt Matthews. Vancouver Archives
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Amee Vanderpool Nov 3
There goes the Virgin Mary down a flooded street in Venice, Italy...seems about right.
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ABC News Nov 5
FISH OUT OF WATER: Salmon spotted swimming across the road as days of heavy rain results in flooding along the Skokomish River in western Washington state.
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The Blue Cabin Nov 3
We are all over the tiny house, and this weekend is your last chance to check out Home Made Home, Germaine Koh’s exhibition at Evergreen Cultural Centre, where Koh’s work looks at creative space design + sustainable living. Ps: I spy the Blue Cabin poster (follow the arrow).✌️
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Vancouver Archives Oct 31
It is that time of year again: Friends of the Vancouver City Archives fall ! Join them on Nov 25, 2-4 PM to hear share stories from her latest book Murder by Milkshake. Tix & more info
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The Blue Cabin Nov 1
A few early Orpheum Theatre posters (from 1927) that were discovered under the floorboards of the cabin during the restoration. They were put there to stop the floor from squeaking.
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Margaret Gallagher Oct 18
Did you know Watson Street was once home of underground (literally) jazz hot spot The Cellar? Marian Jago’s book chronicles 1957-63 club that hosted Mingus, Art Pepper, Al Neil, PJ Perry, Terry Clarke, Don Thompson plus many more.
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Other Sights Oct 29
The folks at Big Rock Candy Mountain were busy preparing the QA Chew's BUBBLE TROUBLE over the weekend. Here is an action shot of the production line!
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Other Sights Oct 29
We think the packaging design for QA Chew's Bubble Trouble is pretty great. What you think? Something that sparks your interest? Pick up a pack at the on Wednesday!
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The Blue Cabin Oct 28
From the archive: A beautiful hit of blue on this grey day.☀️💙
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The Blue Cabin Oct 25
This is one of my favourite Blue Cabin photos, taken in the Canexus lot the day after it was removed from the cove near Cates Park in North Vancouver.💙 📸 Marko Simcic.
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CARFAC BC Oct 22
The Eastside Culture Crawl Society (ECCS) is conducting the following survey in respect to visual artist production space. Encompasses the Downtown Eastside, Strathcona, Hastings Corridor, False Creek Flats, Grandview-Woodland, and Hastings-Sunrise.
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SCOUT Magazine Oct 22
In this expansive interview we get to know a Vancouverite who's been helping to breathe fresh life into BC design...
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The Blue Cabin Oct 22
The key to cabin. Blue Cabin restorers Jeremy and Sus Borsos actually found one that fit the original 1920s lock! 🗝
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