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Campagnolo – Vancouver, BC

By shokutsu on May 24, 2009 - 7:55pm

Campagnolo is operated by the group who run Fuel over on the West side of the city. Fuel is a great restaurant with the kind of ethic that this area of the world is known: organic, locally sourced ingredients, “nose to tail” philosophy, talented cooks. Campagnolo is much the same. As a matter of fact, the kitchen had a deer hanging in it getting ready to be prepped “nose to tail” (from primal cuts of meat all the way to the nasty bits that end up in their pate and cured sausages.) The group has also started up a small retail/in-house curing operation cleverly called “The Cure” which will supply Fuel, Campagnolo, and retail.

Continued w/pics...
http://foodosophy.wordpress.com/2009/03/15/campagnolo-vancouver-bc/

Phones for Fearless! Donate your old phones to change lives

By raincoaster on December 23, 2008 - 1:20pm

Originally posted by UncleWeed over at the Fearless City site. The image was done by Kris Krug and posted on Flickr. This is our campaign announcement for the Phones for Fearless drive. And don't forget about us after Christmas, while you're all bonding with your shiny new iPhones! The campaign continues into early January.
And lookie! We've got WIDGETS!!!


Donate phones to Fearless to help Vancouver downtown eastside artists and residents
Donate your old mobile phones to help DTES artists share stories, and tap into life, jobs & family
How can you help?

  1. Your used mobile phones - preferably with video, camera, wi-fi
  2. Cash donations (* tax deductible) or new phone donations
  3. Conversation - tell your friends on your blog, twitter, etc. - post a badge

Action Plan:

Phones for Fearless! Donate your old phones to change lives

By uncleweed on December 19, 2008 - 5:02pm

NOTE: Cross-posted from Fearless City.


Donate phones to Fearless to help Vancouver downtown eastside artists and residents

Donate your old mobile phones to help DTES artists share stories, and tap into life, jobs & family.

How can you help?

  1. Your used mobile phones - preferably with video, camera, wi-fi
  2. Cash donations (* tax deductible) or new phone donations
  3. Conversation - tell your friend on your blog, twitter, etc. - post a badge

Action Plan:
First, Gather phones!

Collect all the un-used mobile phones at your office and home - dig into your boxes of stuff, ask you friends! Digital cameras gratefully accepted too.

Next, Arrange Pick-up:

  • Let us know via Twitter: Fearless City, email: info (at) fearlessmedia (dot) ca, Phone/SMS: 604.644.4349, Voice mail: 604.682.3269 xt 8320
  • We'll come by on purple Yahoo bikes on Tues. Dec. 23rd & 30th to collect your devices
  • We'll take your photo, bring treats, and thank you publicly with a link

Or, Drop-off (after Tuesday, 23rd) at:

"The Dope Craze that's Terrorizing Vancouver"

By laniwurm on August 6, 2008 - 4:05pm

From:  http://pasttensevancouver.blogspot.com/

Sheila Baxter Reads From Death in a Dumpster: A Passion Play for the Homeless

By Richard Eriksson on May 7, 2007 - 1:46pm

May 7 2007 - 7:30pm
May 7 2007 - 9:30pm

Event information found at Beyond Robson.

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