Bars

My Years as a Strip Club Coat Check Girl

Lisa Kozoriz | Posted 12.02.2014 | Canada Living
Lisa Kozoriz

I rang up my girlfriend who was bartending at a strip bar, admitted hella nervous with the prospect of working at a strip bar but I lacked the motivation to pound the pavement with my thin resume. The only opening her place had was a coat check girl.

Why Do Breasts Always Have to Sell Beer?

Chris Schryer | Posted 01.30.2013 | Canada Living
Chris Schryer

Using women's bodies to sell alcohol is probably the thing I hate most about the broader beer culture in the western world. Possibly it's because I have a daughter now, and I'm thinking about my actions as a man, particularly relating to how they relate to girls and young women who are growing up in a messed up world.

Vancouver Nightlife For 30-Somethings

Heather Magee | Posted 01.23.2013 | Canada British Columbia
Heather Magee

The biggest complaint I hear from my 30-something friends is that they just want to go some place where they can dance, order from a proper wine and cocktail list (sans Jager shots) and be surrounded by people in our demographic. A seemingly tall order these days, but if you're looking for a good night out in Vancouver I recommend the following...

Welcome To Vancouver: 'More Fun City'

Nikolas Badminton | Posted 12.13.2012 | Canada British Columbia
Nikolas Badminton

I'm bored in hearing the 'No Fun City' moniker. In fact I think that Vancouver is 'More Fun City' and so do many people here. I guess it's a question of working out what is fun for each of us and address this opinion. My friends and I find this city to be a lot of fun so let's look at the evidence.

Why Saskatchewan Will Never Be a Strip Club Kind of Town

Ross Macnab | Posted 11.26.2012 | Canada Politics
Ross Macnab

Strip clubs aren't illegal here. You just can't sell liquor at them. Without booze, strip clubs just aren't viable. Apparently, guys need to drink while strippers perform. It gives them something to do with their hands, I guess. So, we don't have strip clubs. No, I don't think it is backwardness or puritanism that keeps Saskatchewan a peeler-free zone. No politician wants to be "The Guy who Brought Strip Clubs to the Province." Though long gone,Tommy Douglas peers over the shoulder of every public figure here, and you can imagine what the Baptist minister thought of strip bars.