Your Guide to Winter Adventure

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Welcome to another issue of the Georgia Straight.
This week, the Straight's online and print editions are your guide to winter adventure, including hitting the ski slopes, snowshoe racing, snowboarding, and biking; plus, Dark Table's blind dining, dancer and choreographer Crystal Pite's new work, and saying goodbye to local film writer Ian Caddell.

Don't forget to check out Straight.com for daily news and views on everything Vancouver.

Winter adventure guide: ski bums, snowshoe racing, and snowboarding
Our winter adventure issue will get you ready for the slopes with articles on ski bums, snowshoe racing, snowboarding, biking, and West 4th Avenue shopping, and a mountain roundup.
/ Lifestyle

Georgia Straight film writer Ian Caddell leaves a legacy
One of B.C.'s most beloved journalists has died.
/ News

Dark Table's "blind dining" restaurant turns off lights to turn on senses in Vancouver
Dark Table isn't just about eating; it's about being thrown out of your element. It's definitely an experience worth having.
/ Dining

Crystal Pite's The Tempest Replica brings white masks and shipwrecks
At first overwhelmed by the play, celebrated Vancouver choreographer Crystal Pite found her own unique way to put The Tempest into dance
/ Arts

British hip-hop MCs Foreign Beggars making waves
The Uprising is a rap record, but you'd never mistake it for a product of the American hip-hop world.
/ Music

Sally Field and Joseph Gordon-Levitt text the prez for Lincoln
To prepare for Steven Spielberg movie on U.S. president Abraham Lincoln, actors Sally Field and Daniel Day-Lewis exchanged text messages in character as Mary and Abe.
/ Movies

 

Things to do

Music Dan Mangan
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
NOV
9
Sports Vancouver Giants vs. Portland Winterhawks
Pacific Coliseum
NOV
9
Movies Vancouver Jewish Film Festival
Ridge Theatre
To NOV
15
Theatre Eternal Hydra
Studio 16
To NOV
11
Et Cetera Circle Craft Christmas Market
Vancouver Convention Centre
To NOV
11

 

Comment of the Week

Re: "Restaurant owner says "bananas" don't get importance of shark-fin soup"

I am a first-generation Chinese Canadian, born overseas, from a traditional family. I grew up with shark fin soup. I am in my 50s, so I assume no one will classify me as either "young" or "banana". I don't get the "importance" of it either. It is about time shark-fin soup be banned all over the world, not just in Canada. I, and my family, have stopped consuming shark-fin soup. Chinese culture is not about wastefulness, boastfulness, and cruelty, at least the one I know. [read story]
> Submitted by KatYat Chen, 2012-11-05 19:49

 

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