Neon signs aren't just for storefronts anymore. Thanks to Dan Defilla and Rob Dow, creators of Neon Mfg., you can now have a neon statement for your room, office, or that man cave or boudoir you've been dreaming of.
Tight Club is taking over thisopenspace for their first retail and fitness pop-up studio. From January 20-28th, Keighty Gallagher, Founder and the original tight babe and driving force behind Tight Club Athletics will be offering a bunch of different classes for those wanting to get tight.
OK, so you've done the countdown, the new year has begun, but wait, you're out of snacks and everything is closed or you just don't want to leave the house/party/put pants on. What are you to do to satisfy those late-night munchies? Vancouver, you're in luck: SnackEasy is here to the rescue. Delivering snacks to your door from 6pm-2am nightly, SnackEasy has chips, drinks, icecream, cookies, chocolate, and candy for all your craving needs.
Michael Brock stirs a golden mix of West Coast groove and effortless Euro swagger. Breaking ground in Vancouver, as a white R&B artist, he braves stages solo, while keeping a crisp and du jour repertoire. He likes to strip down to the essentials, focusing on lyrical layering and minimal production.
For the last installment of The Originals series for the year, Andrea Lo and Katrina Jones of the hypnotic dark pop group The Belle Game sit down to talk about pushing themselves musically, their idea of success, and the memorable advice they received from Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew.
Megan-Magdalena Bourne—lover of voyeurism, pain, weapons, tattoos, and tits—is an artist and photographer hailing from Vancouver, BC. At the age of 14, she earned her stripes in the local music scene by photographing shows and touring with bands. For four years she worked for many publications under the name Meg Bourne, prior to taking a three-year hiatus. On a mission to inspire body and sex positivity, she has returned to photography using her full name.
It’s simple—we are going hungry so those less fortunate don’t have to. The team at ION Magazine, Publisher Vanessa Leigh, Fashion Editor Deanna Palkowski, and Online Content Editor Natasha Neale are engaging in a 24-hour famine to promote awareness and raise funds for food security in the downtown east side (DTES) of Vancouver.