Vancouver Restaurants With the Longest Tradition: Sophie’s Cosmic Café

Monday 30.July 2018

Though Jim Dikeakos speaks with a hint of a Greek accent, he is Vancouver-born, and a Kitsilano native. I remember playing hockey on Arbutus Street in front of St. Augustine’s. We’d move the rocks because they were the goal posts for street hockey. Thirty years ago, Jim, his brother and his sister-in-law bought a greasy […]

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The annual Vancouver Mural Festival provides a platform for the city's diverse art scene, this year hosting 23 artists. Enjoy the atmosphere with this photo by GoToVan!

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Vancouver Restaurants With the Longest Tradition: Sophie’s Cosmic Café

Though Jim Dikeakos speaks with a hint of a Greek accent, he is Vancouver-born, and a Kitsilano native. I remember playing hockey on Arbutus Street in front of St. Augustine’s. We’d move the rocks because they […]

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The architectural design community in Vancouver is changing the landscape of innovative real estate. The inspiration of internationalism has design firms focused on developing creations that are unique to a […]

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