Downtown Eastside Women’s Centre
44 E. Cordova Street Vancouver, BC
Hot Meal or Soup 12:30pm-1:45 PM
Monday to Sunday
Quest Outreach Society
1217 East Georgia Street
Sheway Program ( For Pregnant Women Clients)
533 East Hastings Street
Food Bags upon availability 12noon
First Baptist Church
969 Burrard Street Vancouver, BC
Food on the Corner Society
Main and Cordova Street
Sandwich and Fruit and Veggies
Gold Buddha Monastary
248 East 11th Ave.
604-709-0248 Tel# Vegitarian Lunch last Sunday of the month…and special Buddist holidays.
I’m about to make a wild, extreme and severe relationship rule: the word busy is a load of crap and is most often used by assholes. The word “busy” is the relationship Weapon of Mass Destruction. It seems like a good excuse, but in fact in every silo you uncover, all you’re going to find is a man who didn’t care enough to call. Remember men are never to busy to get what they want.
— Greg Behrendt (via imissedmydoor)
Friday March 23 1-2:30pm Carnegie Theatre
There will be a Town Hall meeting the DTES Local area planning process is starting to be underway…City Council will decide on an interm rezoning policy during the process…Can we push them to stop condos from being built to stop the displacement of working class residents, and stores and community in the area?
Please phone Wendy at 604-839-0379 Tel# or see the site at
also, please refer your attentions to
Grandview Baptist Church 1803 East 1st Ave.
Vancouver, BC 604-255-1411 Tel#
Thursday Dinner at 7:30pm weekly
Chilli Wagon Charles and Commercial Drive
Dinner at 7pm Tuesday
Carall Street Church 331 Carall Street Meal or snack
Monday to Saturday 7pm
Cathedral 690 Burrard Street
Sandwiches and Coffee
Community of Hope
535 East Broadway
Tuesday to Saturday
Door is Open
373 East Cordova Street
Lunch 11am Monday to Saturday
12 noon Sunday
This honorary Canadian visited Vancouver for the first time since moving back to San Francisco. It was a short trip but I had some time to explore parts of the city I’ve missed in the past. Gastown proved to have a little something for everybody, from the unique boutiques, to the coffee shops…
A message posted at http://composthere.com
“We would LOVE to reduce the amount of perfectly good food scraps ending up in the landfill after long trips on fossil fuel guzzling trucks, especially if it can make our little venture more financially sustainable. If you have high quality food scraps with organic aspirations, our [laying hens] would love to convert them into eggs and fertilizer for our fields!”
I would love, more than anything, to be able to sleep…
But of corse i can’t, cause I have an ap bio test tomorrow…great
I also don’t understand why I’m wasting time on here….
I feel so far away from myself.Don’t know what I’m doing, don’t know what I’m feeling.Do I even feel?Yes, I believe so. It feels far away, confusing. Like I’ve lost something.I wish I could say something, something sympathetic, something human.I’m so tired of being tired.Being tired…
The peace sign is a double-edged sword. The icon conjures a solidarity between those who are sick of being subject to the current system’s violence through a type of active refusal. At his best, Horgan approaches an understanding of this kind of bond. But the peace sign also exists as a nostalgic vehicle for a more tranquil era that never really existed, a serene before that is supposed to have preceded the intrusion of a violent incident. The symbol can be used to protest port militarization, or against riots following the murder of an unarmed kid by the police.
-A.M. Gittlitz, “Peace and/or Quiet”