Remote-controlled duckling Marco Rubio has released a new campaign ad, “Morning Again in America” — a metaphorical promise of a fresh start after eight sullying years of Big Bad Obama. Of course opening scenes are often key for setting a tone, and this ad greets us with a yellow morning on the coast. The problem,…
After being open for only a month, Catfé, which is currently Vancouver’s sole cat cafe, has briefly shut down due to all of their kitties finding loving homes. Now it’s just a regular cafe. :( But it’s still good news!
Act now! Or you're an awful fucking parent.
A woman from Vancouver named Ann Pimentel has mounted a minor (and belated) modesty crusade against the Vancouver Maritime Museum's 19th century scrimshaw exhibit. Pimentel is worried that the exhibit will somehow damage her young children more than her aggressive sense of decorum, and she is demanding that the VMM…
A men's rights activist group says it's simply "opposing the marginalization and vilification of men and boys" by plastering misogynistic posters and leading coffee shop discussions in a liberal east Vancouver neighborhood that, for the most part, is resistant to the cause. But the group isn't so much pro-men as it is…
The US Women's Olympic soccer team was saved from a shooting in the Vancouver hotel where they were staying by a well-timed yoga session. Unfortunately, the shooting interfered with the team's plans to go to Starbucks. Can't win 'em all.
Remember that beautiful image of the kiss that was never a kiss, taken during the Vancouver hockey riots? We knew that it wasn't really what it seemed to be, but now we can actually see how it happened:
The teenage victim of an alleged gang rape learned about the crime from Facebook photos. Now the same forum is hosting a group supporting her — and a smaller one defending the accused rapists.
Just when we think we've already heard the worst, a 16-year-old Canadian girl is raped and drugged by a gang of boys and men, and the photos go viral on Facebook.
Bethany Storro claimed a black woman had thrown acid in her face August 30. But now she's admitted she did the whole thing herself. The obvious question: why?
To announce the arrival of the Gap's "Sprize" customer-loyalty program (and probably to shock passersby into noticing), a Gap in Vancouver was completely flipped upside-down, in line with Sprize's motto "shopping turned on its head."