Olympic Torch

Olympic fever is everywhere.  From the fans taking over all of Robson Street and Robson Square, to this surprisingly quiet corner at Pender and Burrard, where the hot dog vendors have even gotten into the action. Of course the crowds were a lot bigger on the west side of the International Broadcast Centre, where they […]

Shattered

Today I came to work with a sign posted on the building. The TV show Shattered was filming in the Parking Garage Roof next door. Today’s scene involves a car chase with police and fake guns in more than typical Vancouver weather, and screaming in area behind. I am lucky enough to get a bird’s eye-ish view on […]

Sky Dancing

This post is a bit delayed, I really wish I’d known about it ahead of time. I saw this “rehearsal” on the way to a friends place on Monday October 5th. I think its pretty darn amazing. The director was lying down on the ground with a megaphone shouting directions at the aerial acrobats, and […]

99 1/2

Tuesday was a highlight for me with a very unusual celebration. Edgar is a retired member of the Delta Concert Band who still comes out to watch us play, even though we’ve moved our location from the Ladner Community Centre to Seaquam Secondary. He drives out every Tuesday to listen to us play, because he […]

Balloon Man

My brother arrived the weekend of the Juno Awards, which took place in Vancouver. For three days leading up to the televised broadcast on Sunday, Graville Street was converted into a large musical block party, between Nelson and Robson streets. It was a great time, though I missed getting my West Jet scratch and win […]