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Kick-off the lucky 13 with these smart events in Vancouver

Come sweat out the new year's undesired leftovers with us - and much more events to fill the first week-end in 2013.

Happy lucky 13! Any new year’s resolutions? How about becoming a Bee Vancity fan by subscribing to our newsletter? It’s free, fun and inspiring! This week, come out for a night of nude year bell funhear how tablets and smartphones create social changesweat out all of the holiday libations (we know you want to), or just get your regular dose of other cheap & cheerful events we have picked out for you.

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Kitty Nights Burlesque’s Nude Year Frolics (Kelly’s Picks)
Jan 6 | 9PM - 12AM | Biltmore Cabaret | $7

While some people choose to bring in the New Year with a Polar Bear Swim, others choose to do it with some festive burlesque. Come out for a night of nude year bell fun with The Purrrfessor, a scanty dance party with DJ Cherry on Top, and glitter, glamour and burlesque by some luscious and “dangerous” ladies.


Tablets, Smartphones, iPads, iPhones: Gadgets for Good? (Miraj’s pick)
Jan 8 | 5:30 - 7:30 PM | Network Hub, 422 Richards Street | By donation

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