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Top Vancouver events Feb 9-15: music, love and politics

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Slam Love: The 4th edition of the Crossroads Slam Series

Feb 12 | 7 PM | W2 Media Cafe | $10

In the spirit of Valentine's day, Urban Ink productions presents a night of beats, love and spoken word! 5 male and 5 female professional poets will battle it out to be named King and Queen of this year's Slam Love. Headliners include Kia Kadiri and David Morin, as well as other young local talent that celebrate our city's poetic diversity. This unique event features a naughty Confessions booth, "Sweet Deal" packages, cash bar, a live DJ and Mr. Omari Newton as your host. Thanks, Maziar.

International Development Drinks
Feb 15 | 5:30-8:30PM | Blarney Stone | $4 at door
Connect with all major NGOs, returned overseas volunteers, graduate students, professors, members of CIDA, and young social entrepreneurs of Vancouver. Get jazzed up for a night of networking, socializing, and sharing.


Coming Up:

Open Data Hackathon

25 Feb | 9 AM - 6 PM | iQmetrix, 250 Howe St. | $10

From Here to There: Food, Energy and Resilient Communities
Feb 28 | 5.30-7.30 PM | Museum of Vancouver | By donation

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