STORES in the 1400-block of West Vancouver's Bellevue Avenue will throw open their doors for a street party next Thursday.
A biweekly roundup of automotive news, good, bad and just plain weird:
You'd think that the home of Ferrari and Lamborghini would be filled with exotic metal, prancing stallions jostling rampant bulls for space in day-to-day traffic - the daily commute like an auto show in motion. You'd be wrong.
Ceilidh/Celtic Night: The Tartan Pride Highland dance team hosts the event at the Cloverdale Parish Hall, 17475 59th Ave. on May 4 starting at 7 p.m. The evening features dance by Tartan Pride and the Joan Murray Dancers as well as the music of Blackthorn and the Vancouver Police Pipe Band.
A Surrey woman has lost a $34,214 insurance claim on her BMW after a judge found she falsely named someone else as the car's principal operator to save money on her premiums.
Burnaby RCMP are investigating a shooting that happened Tuesday evening in the Old Orchard shopping complex on Kingsway and Willingdon Avenue.
As 400 well-dressed guests took their seats for the 15th Annual Nite of Hope, gasps of surprise, followed by thunderous applause, greeted event chair Shelley Leonhardt and founder Judi Miller Knapp as they rolled onto the River Rock Casino Resort's stage in a brand new shiny white BMW convertible.
A biweekly roundup of automotive news, good, bad and just plain weird: Auto manufacturers yuk it up over April Fools
Street racing along Highway 1 in a Porsche and two high-end BMW's will be a costly ride for three young men, only one driver had a license and that was a learners according to police.
A North Vancouver con man who bought a fleet of luxury cars and a boat on stolen credit card information has lost a bid to have his convictions overturned.
A biweekly round-up of automotive news, good, bad and just plain weird: Details of all-new Mercedes-Benz S-Class leak out
A new fast food franchise is in town, but instead of serving up the same old burgers and French fries, it's targeting guilt-free eating of healthy food.
LAUGHING MATTER: Yours truly, along with Great Canadian Casino's Howard Blank, hosted the Vancouver TheatreSports League's Grapes of Laugh fundraiser. Highlights included a wine tasting, a silent and live auction and laugh-out-loud performances by veteran VTSL actors. Proceeds supported the 33-year-old little-arts-organization-that-could and its community outreach and education programs.
As I glanced over my shoulder to change lanes, a shiny red BMW M3 zoomed by me as if it was being swept by a tornado. The car appeared to be in a perfect condition, but then I quickly noticed the missing blue-and-white emblems from not only the hood and the trunk, but from all four cross-laced aluminum wheels as well.
SO, West Vancouverites, are you happy with the iron rule of the Garbage Gestapo and Trash Marxists?
Abbotsford Police are disappointed to have already reached the unfortunate milestone of 100 crashes this year.
WEST Vancouver police have arrested two youths for a weekend assault and robbery, but an unidentified witness to the incident may hold the key to nabbing more suspects.
As I glanced over my shoulder to change lanes, a shiny red BMW M3 zoomed by as if it was being swept by a tornado. The car appeared to be in a perfect condition, but then I quickly noticed the missing blue-and-white emblems from not only the hood and the trunk, but from all four cross-laced aluminum wheels as well.
BMW's M range is one of the most iconic brands in automotive history. Since its inception, people have never questioned the authenticity that the M badge brings.