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Looking for a place to grab a mug of local craft beer and a bison burger while you curse the hockey refs on TV? Then TIMBER (1300 Robson Street) is the joint for you.
“Out Of Studio” by Torrie Groening is on exhibit at the Listel Hotel Vancouver (1300 Robson Street) for a few more days. Don’t miss it!
On a rainy Saturday in April, the West End BIA joined a variety of community members and businesses to host the first annual Jim Deva Plaza Neighbourhood Block Party.
On February 25, join LandlordBC at Jim Deva Plaza as they celebrate the launch of the Landlord Registry.
Michael Gordon, the City of Vancouver’s Senior Planner for Downtown Vancouver, is this month’s featured storyteller.
This month retired UBC history professor and author Bob McDonald will focus on an early West End family, the Bell-Irvings.
Acquired Community is a collection of narrative poems about seminal moments in North American lesbian and gay history.
The West End’s favourite storytelling night is back for another season!
We are currently looking for energetic event organizers and community groups to hold some fall-themed events in Jim Deva Plaza.
In honour of Vancouver’s queer communities, the organizers of SPIT are returning for a one-night-only event in celebration of healthy body image among queer men.
After months of planning and hard work, Jim Deva Plaza officially opened to the public during Vancouver Pride Week!
Do you want to get involved, meet other West Enders and give back to the community? Join the Volunteer Team at Gordon Neighbourhood House!
Homegrown documentary ‘Sochi Pride’ makes its Vancouver debut July 19 at The Junction Pub.
Every Tuesday night, from July 5 to August 23, Fresh Air Cinema will be showing free outdoor movies at Second Beach in Stanley Park.