A burlesque performance is never long enough. The teasing could be stretched on for hours. Seduction has no time limit. Its sensual powers are eternal (if you’re lucky).
On November 10th, experience the seduction of burlesque like you’ve never seen it before. The Rio Theatre hosts Burlesque Long Form, starring Vancouver beauties Lola Frost, Cherry OnTop, Melody Mangler, Lydia Decarllo, Nicky Ninedoors, and April O’Peel. Read more
Why try your luck with a taxi this weekend in Vancouver when you can ride in the sleek comfort of an Uber car for free?
This BC Day long weekend, use the Promo code: TALESFROMABARSTOOL on your Uber account for a FREE ride anywhere from Vancouver proper*.
Use the code up until Tuesday, August 7th at 6am. Read more
When Richard Branson comes to town, you naturally want in on whatever he’s got up his vast sleeves. And when Richard Branson throws a party, you know it’ll be the kind that has you twirling through the night, permanent smile affixed on your lips. Read more
I like to consider myself quite well versed in the world of hotels, particularly Vancouver hotels, but last week was my first excursion to the St. Regis Hotel on Seymour and Dunsmuir Streets. I walk past this historic lodging at least once a week yet have never set foot inside its wood paneled bar. Now I know I’ve been missing out.
Last Wednesday, WT and I glided through the revolving doors of the Shangri La Hotel inhaling deeply. If you’ve ventured inside this luxury hotel, you’ll know that the first thing you notice is the calming scent unique to the lobby. I just can’t get enough.
We were there for the launch of Xi Shi (pronounced Shee Shee), the revamped lobby lounge. If there’s one thing we love, it’s hotel bars. With an endless stream of international visitors combined with business men and fashionable locals, they’re the perfect spot for people watching. And that’s exactly what I was in the mood for on Wednesday. Read more
This weekend I realized just how lucky I have it here in British Columbia. Are you aware that there are mountains circling our fair city? I’m not sure how I failed to miss them in all the years I’ve live here. Sure, they’ve been there, standing stoic on the horizon, but somehow my vision blurred over. I took them for granted. Not truly appreciating how awe inspiring they are. It was while spending my weekend in Squamish that the mountains suddenly appeared before me. Large, foreboding and majestic. Read more