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Dix Bachelors, Bis Moreno and Beatthief at Bar None

June 2, 2003

By Catherine Barr


Three exciting events make the grade this week as good music, good food and a group of bachelor do-gooders attract crowds in Vancouver. First up, Dix BBQ played host to some handsome men in uniform who wooed the ladies to raise money last Friday for the 24hr Relay for Kids and Easter Seal Campaign. Next, Bis Moreno's Wednesday night party attracted guests from all over the province as they opened the doors to their new Italian dining experience on Hornby. Lastly, Yaletown's Bar None welcomed the newest groove in music with a special performance by Beatthief. Smooth and soulful sounds not to be missed.

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At Dix:East Van's Darcy Heads paid $400 for a date with bachelor Shane who also happens to be in this year's firefighters calendar.
NVD Firefighters
At Dix: Firefighters Curtis Bremner (left), Bryan Vinje and Rob Swan laid it on the line for the ladies at the Bachelor Auction.
At Dix: Manager Mark Andrewsky and Karen McIntyre made sure the action at Dix was as hot as the firefighters for sale.
At Dix: Amy Bridle jumped on the lap of bachelor/firefighter Doug Marshall before he went on the auction block.
At Bis Moreno: Sue and Tiffany toasted the occasion at Hornby's newest Italian dining experience.
At Bis Moreno: Forget a la carte, Chef Moreno Miotto and wife Cinzia offer a mouth-watering tasting menu for every palette.
At Bis Moreno: Joining friends from all over the province were Italian food lovers Cindy Dennison (left) and Joni Brown.
At Bar None: Model Kevin Chase (left) and stylist Kristoffer Gervais got into the rhythm of things with Beatthief.
At Bar None: The live house sounds of Beatthief are fronted by foxy Lisa Norman on flute.
At Bar None: Proprietors Janice Pollock (left) and brother Steve, seen here with Amy Barnes, welcome live acts like Beattheif on a regular basis.


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