Monday, July 1, 2013
We do hope that you have been enjoying your Canada Day. Meanwhile, in honor of this day, meg, the boutique on East Ninth Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue, pays tribute to famous Canadian actor/peacemaker Ryan Gosling in its window display.
And once again, no love for Rick Moranis.
Photo by EVG contributor peter radley.
Thursday, March 1, 2012
From the EV Grieve inbox...
One of Vancouver's Historic Neighbourhoods Has a New Name - The East Village
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — (Marketwire - March 1, 2012)
Running along East Hastings Street from Commercial Drive to Renfrew Street and including the Powell Street light industrial area, The East Village is distinguished by its vibrant, multicultural population. Local residents are served by more than 400 businesses, which also draw other city dwellers and suburbanites into the area.
Businesses in The East Village range from the essential to the exotic. There are stores, services and eateries — many independently-owned — that serve the day-to-day needs of local residents and visitors. But you can also find unique items, such as one-of-a-kind delicacies for foodies, exceptional flies for fishing enthusiasts and the factory store of Canada's most famous boot-maker.
Soon to appear on distinctive street banners, The East Village name was devised by the Hastings North Business Improvement Association (HNBIA) with the help of the local community.
"People really liked The East Village name because it's in keeping with our friendly and progressive neighbourhood," says Patricia Barnes, Executive Director of the BIA. "We are also fortunate to have an active, independent business sector that contributes to the village experience."