Watch four versatile performers/musicians liberate themselves from convention in Sons of Sissy. Explore your sexuality at ConvergeCon. Join ManUp for their lucky 11 anniversary party or VAL Lab for their closing party. Watch film, a play or follow the green fairy - whatever you choose be sure to Get Out!
See and be seen at the most fashionable event this season for Vancouver Fashion Week. Experience Multiple Organism a surrealist adult comedy at the Cultch. Fling in Spring with mPowerment or Hot Fruit. Take in Dan Savage Live. Or enjoy the amazing voices of the Vancouver Men’s Chorus. What a week to Get Out!
Vancouverites are notoriously flakey. Planning a party only to have everyone bail at the last minute is a bummer. Luckily, there are a few things you can do in the weeks leading up to the party to help make sure your party is a success.
A respectable drag queen never tells her real age, but the Vancouver Men’s Chorus – now celebrating its 38th season – is proud to present its twelfth annual fem-spectacular fundraiser – Singing Can Be A Drag! It’s all about singing and drag over the coming week. And fundraising. And St Patricks Day! Get Out!
Yvonne works for Garden Works in Burnaby and is well known @ grow.over.it on Instagram for her beautiful indoor gardens-slash-jungle. In this Part II of her gardening series Yvonne shares some tips for gardening on a budget.
It’s the first week of March and we are thrilled! Days are getting longer (11:25 and growing) and there’s 7 days of sunshine as well as some fantastic events on the dance card. So put on that Pink Shirt today and Get Out!
This week Tom has found some fantastic events for us. Participate in a concert/live recording, eat pancakes drink booze and enjoy over 300 hundred artists, or fly off to Comox and participate in the first ever Winter Pride on Mount Washington. And there’s more! Read on and Get Out!
Dress in your sparkliest unicorn outfit and prance the night away at the Unicorn Ball, Vancouver Pride Society's annual winter fundraiser. Take in some theatre at the Cultch, the Rio, or SFU. And rediscover many of your favourite XY events settling into their new venues.
Grab your dates, get them corsages and gender bend your way through this awkward confusing hormone fuelled experience together. Sleepy Girls Prom starts off the week on Sunday but there’s oh so much more to see!
Vancouver is an extremely expensive place to live. As of February of 2018, the average rent for a one bedroom suite weighed in at a whopping $1,990 per month. For young adults who are just entering the workforce making rent is a constant concern. Supplementary sources of income, or a side hustle, could be the answer - here are three tips to help you get going.
47% of adults under 40 in Canada sport some form of ink, and the numbers have been rising consistently for the past decade. Whatever your reason for getting a tattoo, these three tips can help you plan the perfect piece.
Happy New Year and welcome back to the quietest week of the year. We know you have all been inundated with party after party through the last two weeks so for this week only Tom has tried to stay away from parties and get you involved in other events.
You know it’s the season when the Eastside Holiday Market opens and it’s happening this weekend and every weekend until December 16! Also don’t miss the new production from Zee Zee Theatre, pub nights, performances, and a new clubhouse venu for Man-up. Get Out!
Well Hallowe’en is over and pot stocks are crashing - thankfully we have Tom to look into the future and find us all sorts of bright affairs to look forward to! Galas and fundraisers, a new weekly beer night, and some old favourites - enjoy!
You may have thought you were done with Halloween last week, but I have saved the best for last. And even better finish off your week: a place where you can be the star of the show, oops I mean shower. See you next week!
Over the last four decades, the queer community has shaped Oct. 31 and the weeks leading up to it into the quintessential queer holiday, and it only gets queerer with age. This week Tom serves up some of the best but be warned. As Tom puts it, some of the events are “definitely not first date material unless your date is named Jason and carries a hockey mask.”