Jake Costello is the studio director of CBC Radio's The Early Edition in Vancouver. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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After 58 years in Vancouver, the show must go on at Metro Theatre
Marpole was a busy neighbourhood with a lively entertainment district when Metro Theatre was founded in the south Vancouver neighbourhood 58 years ago. Today, it's harder to fill the seats.
Boorman Archery still hits the mark after 56 years in New Westminster, B.C.
Movie stars and Olympians have learned marksmanship through Boorman Archery, which has been open in New Westminster, B.C., for more than half a century.
Knead-to-know bread-making tips from B.C.'s reality TV baking champion
Former Great Canadian Baking Show champion Andrei Godoroja dispels some common mistakes people make when baking bread at home.
Does listening to Christmas music too early spoil the eggnog?
'Tis the season when people gather around to argue whether the middle of November is too early to listen to Christmas Music.
Meet the non-vegan chef behind Vancouver's most sought-after vegan creations
Chef Tomoko Tahara has worked at meatless restaurants Acorn and Harken, but enjoys all types of food herself.
So-ya like tofu? Rise in alternative diets good business for Vancouver company
From the back room of a market on the Downtown Eastside, to employing over 200 people, Sunrise Soya Foods is doing big business after six decades of selling tofu.
Reporter's notebook: an overnight stint on the graveyard shift
It was almost 11 p.m., and I was starting my day.
'Everybody has a story': Shelter workers say their clients deserve to be treated humanely
It's a battle to survive when the sun goes down for homeless people in Vancouver.
'It's one of the most rewarding jobs': A ride-along with an overnight paramedic
As a paramedic specialist, Brian Twaites is part of a medical network that doesn’t have the privilege of shutting down for the night.
This is life on the night shift: armed robberies, pure exhaustion and beating time zone differences
From responding to emergency calls to running 24-hour shops, there are plenty of jobs that start as the rest of the world settles into bed for the night.