For the past three years, a robot named Charlie has been helping an interdisciplinary team of researchers and engineers at the University of British Columbia investigate how humans and robots […]
I spoke to Michael Unger and Dustin Bromley, the organizers of an Around The World Ping Pong Tournament at the Chinatown Night Market in Vancouver.
I pitched, chased and produced this interview segment with Canadian cyclist Svein Tuft, ahead of his Tour de France debut at the ripe old age of 36.
I spoke to the organizers of the Wife Carrying Contest at the Scandinavian Midsummer Festival in Burnaby, BC about the age-old tradition.
I spoke to Kristy Wright Schell of Stand Up Paddle Vancouver about the latest trend in outdoor recreation in Vancouver — stand up paddle board yoga.
Drag is a performative ritual of critique that has played a crucial role in the way that LGBTQ persons have historically confronted heteronormative gender and sexual binaries. It is a […]
He fought long odds but local entrepreneur Jordan Cash rallied partners, investors and the public to support his dream of bringing gourmet doughnuts to Vancouver.
Vancouver Canucks versus Anaheim Ducks, January 19, 2013. Hockey is back. All is well in Vancouver.
Over the years, shopping at Safeway has become a strategic exercise in controlling calories and balancing nutrition. Eggs? Good source of protein. Chicken breast? Post-workout recovery. Bacon? Pure fat with […]
If you were looking for an indication that hockey in Vancouver had never really been in complete lockout – just on hold for a few months, the hysterical reaction of […]