Gregor “Juiceman” Robertson is TOO sexy
A very sexy submission from Daniel J Pierce who says:
I just wanted to submit my contribution to your blog. I made this last night from some old footage I had lying around of Gregor at the Yogathon in 2009 I believe. Prepare to see a sexy, sweaty, Gregor.Thanks, Daniel!
Does the artisan jam syndicate have too much pull at city hall? What about the lobbyists representing locally-grown berry farmers, how deep does their influence run?
Gregor Robertson’s Attack On Hotdogs
What else don’t we know about Gregor Robertson’s attack on hotdogs? When will we know the truth about these backroom deals with shadowy BBQ taco cabals? We want answers, Gregor.
Thanks so much to all the artists and organizations that donated their art or cultural services to our Time Raiser event. Your support resulted in 33 new volunteers pledging a total of 336 volunteer hours for Vision Vancouver’s re-election campaign. It was incredible to see so many items up for auction from such a diverse cross-section of our city’s creative community. It’s a testament to how strong our community is, but there is still much work to be done to make it even stronger. Today, Vision released their platform to support local artists and grow the creative sector.
Thank you to our donors:
Alex Rhek | Bike Doctor | Blim | The Contemporary Art Gallery | The Cheaper Show | Christina Culver | Donnelly Group | Drive Dance Centre | Fortune Sound Club | Fresh Roots | Frost Collections | Frou Frou Photography | H.R. MacMillan Space Center | Instant Theatre | Kaitlin Fontana | Laura Eveleigh | Lindsay Elliott Photography | Lynne Williams Photography | Michelle Ford | Mint Records | Mono Clothing | Naomi MacDougall | Bob Kronbauer | Patch | Patience for Now | Paul Anthony’s Talent Time | Peter Hadfield | PropHouse Cafe | Radio Zero | Robert Mearns | Rooted Nutrition | Ehren Salazar | School of Tease | Science World | Sean Devlin | The Narrow | Timbre Productions | Trifecta | W2 Media Cafe | Weekend Leisure
And last but not least, thanks to all those that attended!
Infographic: Our Record - Affordable Housing & Homelessness
Taken from the Vote Vision website. We just thought it was well done.
‘A Portrait of Mayor Gregor Robertson’ by Robert Mearns for Olio Festival’s Classic Comedy Roast of Mayor Gregor Robertson
Robert Mearns is an endlessly talented Vancouver painter who graduated from Emily Carr University of Art & Design in 2006.
In this, the ‘End of Western Civilization’ age, where seemingly all of history is readily available at our fingertips via the internet, youth culture is suddenly defined by the constant ability to pick and chose, putting pieces of past ethos together, creating a mismatched mash-up of ever-evolving cultural fragments. These fads, opinions, and aesthetics are tossed away just as easily as they’re donned and absorbed, making the individuals that embody them creatures of constant flux. Through my portraits, I try to encapsulate glimpses of these shifting bodies, focusing on idiosyncratic expressions …and social hiccups. For instead of traditional portraiture, defined by Edward Burne-Jones as “capturing expression of character or moral quality” I aim to animate something intimate, such as the moment before a sneeze, when, for a brief instant, a person lets their guard down.
Gregor - He’s like the Kesler of Mayors We put out the call for submissions yesterday and just received our first one! Probably in honour of Kesler’s return to the Canucks lineup tonight. Submission: M Barrow
Gregor - He’s like the Kesler of Mayors
We put out the call for submissions yesterday and just received our first one!
Probably in honour of Kesler’s return to the Canucks lineup tonight.
Submission: M Barrow
The Vision Vancouver Time Raiser is on October 24th at the Waldorf hotel!
Bid on items donated from Vancouver’s creative community with your volunteer time and support Gregor Robertson and Vision Vancouver’s reelection campaign.
As a strong supporter of Vancouver’s art and culture community, Vision is working with the city’s creative community to build a volunteer team of like-minded individuals.
With a bid of just a few hours of your volunteer time, you could walk home from this silent auction with items like improv lessons, a commissioned painting, or screen-printing lessons.
Join us on October 24th at the Waldorf Hotel for drinks, entertainment, and a bit of culture.
6pm - 10pm
If you’re interested in donating, please email us here.
Attendees will receive free admission to Ice Cream Social, a 50s/60s pop night in the Tiki Lounge.