Look Who’s Chalking: Dine Out Festival 2014

Not only can you enjoy some exceptional and boundary breaking performance art put on by the PUSH FESTIVAL in the next couple weeks, you can also try some of the most exquisite culinary art in Vancouver! From Jan 17-Feb 2 at Dine Out Vancouver 2014, you will be able to try a 3 course lunch or dinner at some of the best restaurants in Vancouver, for half the price it would usually cost you, or less!

Happy dining 🙂

Look Who’s Chalking: PuSh: International Performing Arts Festival

PuSh is an International Performing Arts Festivals held in Vancouver. This year PuSh will be celebrating it’s 10th anniversary!! From January 14-February 2 there will be 150 performances in 20 days for PuSh 2014!! So if you are or will be in Vancouver over the next month and want to see some cutting edging performance art be sure to check out the festival guide and purchase your tickets!! Don’t be alarmed if you can’t afford some of the more pricey shows, there are also some FREE events during the festival such as Human Library on January 17 🙂

See you there!

Look Who’s Chalking: Jewish Book Festival

This starts today, Nov 23rd, and runs until Nov 28th.
But before you head out, take a couple of mins to complete our online questionnaire 🙂

The Cherie Smith JCC Jewish Book Festival is one of Vancouver’s leading cultural and literary events, attracting a large and varied audience of over 5,000 people of all ages. This highly popular community-wide event brings together prominent and emerging Jewish writers and non-Jewish writers with Jewish interest subject matter in literature, the arts, philosophy, theology, history and current events to speak during this week-long literary experience. Each year programs are selected from the following areas:

BIOGRAPHIES • BUSINESS • CHILDREN’S INTEREST • CELEBRITIES • CULINARY ARTS • EMERGING AUTHORS • FILM HISTORY • HOLOCAUST • ISRAEL • PARENTING • PHOTOGRAPHY • POETRY • POLITICS • POP CULTURE • SEPHARDIC HERITAGE • SPIRITUALITY • SPORTS • TEENS • YIDDISH CULTURE • YOUNG ADULT