The city's first public library was a landmark corner building funded by US philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Now a community center for...
Sins of the City Walking Tour
If your criminal interests are triggered by the Vancouver Police Museum, take one of their excellent Sins of the City walking tours,...
Vancouver Police Museum
Illuminating the crime-and-vice-addled history of the region, this quirky museum is lined with confiscated weapons and counterfeit...
Firehall Arts Centre
One of the leading players in Vancouver's independent theater scene, this intimate, studio-sized venue is located inside a historic...
Hon's Wun-Tun House
This once-dominant Chinese restaurant turned Vancouverites on to the delights of Asian dining. And while its heyday may be past, it's...
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Rickshaw Theatre information
Revamped from its grungy 1970s incarnation, the funky Rickshaw shows that Eastside gentrification can be positive. The stage of choice for many punk and indie acts, it's an excellent place to see a band. There's a huge mosh area near the stage and rows of theater-style seats at the back.
Check the schedule to see who's on; many nights there are several bands on the roster.