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Montecristo Magazine

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3055 Kingsway
Vancouver British Columbia V5R 5J8
(604) 321-7121
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Founded in 2008, MONTECRISTO is Vancouver's award winning, internationally inspired lifestyle quarterly.




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    Hosting up to 1,000 people on a good night, the Cave Supper Club was the hottest stage in the city during the 1950s. #MONTEarchive
    The Cave Supper Club
    35 minutes ago Jo Gro
    I wish we still had places like that to go to.
    1 hour ago Russ Podmerow
    As a child my father was a paragon of virtue, a working man intent on providing his son with a shining example to follow.
    I loved rock and roll and there weren't a lot of places I could get to on my own in my early teens, so I begged and pleaded to go see Little Richard at the Cave and Dad finally agreed.
    As we waited in line the doorman looked at my dad and says, "Frank !! Where you been all these years?"
    Turns out my paragon of virtue had been a right rounder in his younger days and the Cave his haunt. :D
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    Need a sugar fix? Try these eight spots for the best handmade treats in the city. #MONTEarchive
    The Great Vancouver Bakery Crawl
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    Home of hit songs by Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, and the Everly Brothers, Nashville's iconic music studio celebrates 60 years.
    RCA Studio B
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    “I’ve done a lot of bad things. I’ve been a very bad husband and a bad son, broken the law, and been a miserable friend and a bad person,” says the photorealistic artist and writer. “I have a lot of work to do before I become a loveable person.”
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    After 20 years, the fashion community bids "adieu" to the trendiest boutique in the world.
    Never Forget Colette
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    Need some home bar inspiration? Stir things up with these exceptional picks.
    Coveted Additions for the Home Bartender
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    Captured off the coast of B.C. in 1964, Moby Doll was one of the first orcas in captivity. #MONTEarchive
    “The Killer Whale Who Changed the World”
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    Inspired by the bygone days of luxury rail travel, this luxury spot offers an eclectic West Coast menu and vibrant cocktail selection. #MONTEarchive
    Notch8 at the Hotel Vancouver
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    A unique red eye flight that chases the Northern Lights across Canada's enchanting North.
    Air North Aurora 360 Flight
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    Vancouver’s Hidden Coffee Shops
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    Inspired by the founders’ cramped New York City bathroom, Malin+Goetz presents gender neutral skin care products that are gentle and easy to share. #MONTEarchive
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    Canadian musical acts The Tragically Hip and Barenaked Ladies once graced the stage of this cultural hub. #MONTEarchive
    The Railway Club
    3 minutes ago Don Cannell
    So many great evenings in that club!
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    Forsyths sold in 2008, not 1998
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    Take in majestic mountain ranges and peaceful quiet at this Nordic-inspired outdoor spa. #MONTEarchive
    Scandinave Spa Whistler
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    Husband to Stella McCartney and a father of four, the Hunter Boots creative director talks the future of the brand.
    Hunter's Alasdhair Willis
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    From bee venom to the sap of an Amazon tree, beauty brands are on a quest for the world's rarest and most potent skin care ingredients.
    Unconventional Skin Care Ingredients
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    A perfect excuse to stay in and be healthy this week.
    The Dirty Apron’s Quinoa, Asparagus, Swiss Chard, and Sorrel Buddha Bowl
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    Inside one of the city’s last remnants of the art deco architecture style, this contemporary steakhouse prides itself on quality service and fare.
    Gotham Steakhouse & Bar
    1 day ago Mike J Tanqboy
    Great food, great decor but if you want to dine somewhere with less Russian gangsters try the Hart House.
    2 days ago Marna Leiren
    Just there Wed. for a big birthday. Exceptional food and service. Loved the venue!
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    Known for its bold, modern style, Calgary architecture and design firm McKinley Burkart incorporates the waves of the West Coast into its Vancouver office.
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    Leonardo Da Vinci’s "La Belle Ferronnière" hangs inside the Louvre’s first international outpost.
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    The truth behind why downtown Vancouver exists where it is today. #MONTEarchive
    A History of Downtown Vancouver
    1 day ago David Banks
    One correction regarding
     
    "When the post office was built where Sinclair Centre stands today, most residents were outraged. They had basically built it on the edge of a forest"
     
    The post office at Sinclair Centre was built in 1909-1910. The "edge of the forest" Post Office that angered early Vancouverites was built in 1887 on the north side of West Hastings just west of Homer Street. This building is still standing, but was replaced by a newer Post Office on the Southwest corner of Granville and Pender in 1892 (demolished 1926)
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