10 Hilarious Things Millennials In SF Tell You About SF

Ahh, San Francisco. Iconic San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks, Dolores Park, social progress, bohemian culture, fog and more fog, and a sea of impossibly intelligent millennials making 4 times as much money as their peers nation wide. In the spring of 2016, on Easter weekend, I booked it south from Vancouver to San […]

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Coney Island On A Cold December Day

I drove to Coney Island on a cold December afternoon. The amusement park was closed for the winter and the boardwalks were nearly empty, making for a rather lonely but very lovely scene as the pale winter sun set, painting the sky and sea with gentle streaks of pink and orange. I visited the original Nathan’s Famous restaurant […]

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The Human Car Wash Art Exihibition

*Most photos by Grace Lau. Officially titled “Lara Favaretto: Collected Works”, the collection is colorful and minimalist, and makes use of everyday objects such as confetti and car wash brushes to comment on the futility and whimsicality of contemporary life. The collection was shown at the Rennie Collection, an art gallery run by Vancouver real estate marketing group, […]

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Contact Festival 2014

I wanted to save up for Tomorrowland the following year so I didn’t plan on going to Contact in 2014 but a group of friends offered me a VIP ticket as my birthday present and as I like to say, don’t say no to free stuff unless you fear for your safety, sanity or virtue. […]

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Contact Festival 2013

Contact Festival gave Vancouver it’s first multi-day electronic music festival in 2013. When performers were revealed via a trailer, I watched it over and over wondering how they could possibly fit such a stacked lineup in a single day. Then it was announced that the event would take place over a 2-day period. Contact featured a very […]

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Contact Festival 2012

The start of Contact Winter Music Festival in 2012 was a turning point of Electronic Dance Music’s integration into mainstream culture. Whereas Blueprint Events, the event organizers, had held Boxing Day concerts at other venues in Vancouver for a few years now, 2012 was the first year the event was declared a music festival. With […]

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Ultra Miami Survival Guide

If you live on the opposite end of the continent like I do, a trip to Ultra Miami is going to hurt the bank account. Ultra Miami is held on the last weekend of March, which coincides with spring break for a lot of the country. Therefore, it is a VERY expensive weekend to travel […]

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Ultra Miami 2014 – Day 3

By the last day of Ultra, everyone was exhausted. We weren’t going to let that stop us though. YOLO amrite? A State Of Trance 650 – New Horizons On the last day of Ultra, the celebration of 650 episodes of Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance radio show took over one of the stages […]

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Ultra Miami 2014 – Day 2

The lineup for Day 2 of Ultra was considerably less painful. There is also this awesome media wall to take photos in front of. I wandered the grounds with my party, starting at the Ultra Radio stage with Vicetone. This is probably my favorite stage out of the 6 at the festival. It’s grassy, right […]

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