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  • Town Talk: Architect foresees wooden towers higher than the tallest trees.

    Town Talk: Architect foresees wooden towers higher than the tallest trees.

    THE NEW FIFTY: Editor Anicka Quin introduced Vancouver magazine’s annual “Power 50” citizens at a Vancouver Club reception recently. On paper, anyway, as 29 so cited weren’t there to receive awards. Of the 21 present, and making his first appearance on the list, city-based architect Michael Green is nominated for bigger recognition. It’s a much-coveted […]
  • The Architect struck a personal note for Eric McCormack

    The Architect struck a personal note for Eric McCormack

    Blurb for Eric McCormack video interivew
  • The Architect builds story around building a house

    The Architect builds story around building a house

    The Architect Oct.11, 6:30 p.m. | Playhouse Oct. 13, 11 a.m. | International Village Oct. 14, 9:15 p.m. | Vancity Theatre As long as there are artists and accountants in the world, the struggle between art and commerce will always exist. It’s that clash between the creative and economic that it is a central theme […]
  • Big Beat: City celebs pick favourite paintings from OAG

    Big Beat: City celebs pick favourite paintings from OAG

    The Ottawa Art Gallery asked a few well-known Ottawa residents to choose their favourite paintings from the Firestone Collection of Canadian Art, and the results are on exhibit in the OAG Annex at city hall. Participants include author Charlotte Gray, restauranteur Steve Mitton, the architect Douglas Cardinal and others. Two selections are included in this […]
  • Doug Camilli: Top French architect isn't hearing the music

    Doug Camilli: Top French architect isn't hearing the music

    Also today: the Black Crowes are over; the Important Persons Act takes effect; and there's a vampire romance
  • Around Town:  Tribute to architect Douglas Cardinal on his 80th

    Around Town: Tribute to architect Douglas Cardinal on his 80th

    Some 200 friends, colleagues and family members came together Friday to honour Canadian aboriginal architect Douglas Cardinal on his 80th birthday at one his most stunning masterpieces

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