A Statistics Canada study released in March of this year found that women in Canada still earn only 87 cents for every dollar a man earns. The way I see it, women are my team, and that it’s a good thing to support one another. […]
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For more information: http://www.soundsandfuries.com/concerts.html Excerpted from above site: HOLLY NEAR & Emma’s Revolution: “Over 35 Years of Social Change Music” WHEN: Friday October 30 8 pm, Doors 7:15 pm WHERE: Unitarian Church, 949 W. 49th Ave @Oak St, Vancouver TICKETS: $27 advance, $32 at door: […]
Here’s a message from Marlee and Tully:
“Our new album “Not Deserted” has just been released worldwide!
To hear our online CD release and interview with the lovely Len Rogers in Virginia, USA, go to http://www.rainbowworldradio.com (till Sept 15)
Get yourself a cuppa (Aussie for a cup of tea) and settle in. You’ll hear the first half of the CD, then a nice long interview, then the second half of the CD.
“Not Deserted” can also be heard at:
You can also see videos and photos and other info on these 2 sites.
To purchase “Not Deserted” either in disc form or digital, go to: www.cdbaby.com/sugarbeach1 You’ll be able to download the individual songs from iTunes in a few weeks.
Marlee & Tully
The Rhizome Cafe is a lesbian-owned cafe and community venue in Vancouver, on Broadway near Fraser. Lisa and Vinetta would love to see you there. Art on our Walls The Muse’s Studio: Drawings by Kyla Bourgh Events Film and Celebration: Country of the People’s without […]
Editors Note: Rhizome Cafe is a lesbian-owned business in Vancouver with a lot of great events of interest to lesbians. I’m posting their monthly events newsletter in it’s entirety below. Enjoy! July 2009 at Rhizome Café * Arts Venue * Community Space 317 East Broadway […]
You are Invited to Celebrate Rhizome Café’s Second Anniversary!
Saturday, September 27, 7:00pm to midnight
317 East Broadway, 604-872-3166
$0-$100 sliding scale (this is a fundraiser to help keep Rhizome going) but no one will be turned away for lack of funds. This is a chance for the wonderfully diverse crowd of Rhizome folk to come together to celebrate what we have all created together over the past two years. Join us for fun and games, performances and art projects, good things to eat, a lovely gathering of friends and co-conspirators, and more. In addition, we’ll be unveiling (and selling) the new Rhizome T-Shirt recently created through our collaborative process of rhizomatic design.
Also: Seeking (Short!) Performances! There will be a participatory element to the program. Your assignment (should you choose to accept) is this: Create a 60-second performance that represents something that happens-or could happen-at Rhizome. You can sing, dance, mime, read a poem, facilitate a game-whatever, as long as it lasts 60 seconds or less! Comedy, tragedy, documentary, satire-they’re all good! Perform solo or with a group! To sign up, send your name, what kind of performance you’ll do, and your technical requirements to email@example.com no later than September 25. We hope to see you then!
Rhizome Café * Arts Venue * Community Space
Where we are: 317 East Broadway Vancouver, BC, Coast Salish Territory
For more information: 604-872-3166
When we’re open:
Tuesdays: 4 to 10pm
Wednesdays: 11am to 10pm
Thursdays: 11am to 10pm
Fridays: 11am to midnight
Saturdays: 10am to midnight (brunch from 10 to 3)
Sundays: 10am to 3pm (brunch from 10 to 3); and often Family Sunday events from 4:30 to 7pm-ish
We’re closed on Mondays.
LQ readers will be familiar with the Rhizome Cafe, owned by lesbian couple Lisa Moore and Vinetta Lenavat, who were profiled a year ago coinciding with their remarkable cafe’s one year anniversary. Since the cafe has lots of community events and activities, I’m including their monthly […]
Message from the editor: Rhizome Cafe is a lesbian owned (and run) cafe with a wonderful community attitude. Because they have so many events of interest to LQ’s readers, I have inserted their entire monthly calendar and events notices below, rather than taking on the daunting task of separating them into separate events postings. Enjoy! (more…)
For those looking for a spring tune-up for their relationship, I guess…. [editor] Getting The Love You Want A weekend workshop for LGBT couples Vancouver, BC June 6-8 2008 The Facilitators Maureen and Tamara have been friends and colleagues for more than 20 years. Between […]