Metro Vancouver Newspaper Archives
Catherine worked at Metro News in Vancouver for two years as the “Social Eyes” society and events columnist. Here are a few of her archives articles as they appeared in print from 2007 – 2009.
Posted: December 21, 2008 - As published in: Metro Vancouver NewspaperFor the last 10 years, Lesley and Mike Rogers have hosted a World AIDS Day luncheon in support of Vancouver based charity - A Loving Spoonful. This year, they celebrated the anniversary with the help of friends and super chef Pino Posteraro at the stylish Cioppino’s Mediterranean Grill and Enoteca in Vancouver’s Yaletown district. Decadent short rib pasta followed by the perfect piece of fillet steak, helped remind everyone that Chef Pino and his crew are some of the most ...more
Posted: December 7, 2008 - As published in: Metro Vancouver NewspaperWhen you make a movie with the likes of Gary Busey, Tom Sizemore and Daniel Baldwin, it's definitely time to celebrate. That's what Vancouver's talented Silvio Pollio did at the DVD launch of his "Shut Up and Shoot" movie. Pollio and several other cast members, including Joe Cortese, toasted the occasion at the Can-Am Importique studios in Burnaby which was the perfect setting since owner Paul Pincott is known for warehousing one of the city's biggest collections of movie set paraphernalia. Also ...more
Posted: December 4, 2008 - As published in: Metro Vancouver NewspaperThis week's wrap has something for the spy in all of us. On Saturday, the Vancouver Club played host to the Jet Set Crew and their James Bond 007 Martini Party. DJ Timka, direct from New York's Buddha Bar, put down the sounds as Octopussy, Odd Job and other sexy villans strutted their stuff. A sexy VIP room, exotic decor and the who's who of Vancouver's beautiful people all added up to a night that Halle Berry would have loved. ...more
Posted: December 4, 2008 - As published in: Metro Vancouver NewspaperIt's no secret that I am a big B.C. wine fan. In fact, I try to order it as much as possible when I dine out to help support what I believe to be a truly underrated and undiscovered product. And even though B.C's reputation as a wine growing region is still relatively unknown to the world - I have a funny feeling that is about to change. ...more