Eve Lazarus is a writer with a passion for non-traditional history and a fascination with murder. Her previous books include the BC bestsellers Blood, Sweat, and Fear: the story of Inspector Vance, Vancouver’s first forensic investigator (2017); Cold Case Vancouver: the city’s most baffling unsolved murders (2015) and Sensational Vancouver (2014). Eve blogs at Every Place has a Story–evelazarus.com

Save on Meats creates food currency for the DTES

Mark Brand, owner of the remodeled Save on Meats in the DTES, has teamed up with Village&Co to help feed the homeless over the... Read More

Sensational Victoria

Ever stood in front of an old house and wondered what went on inside those walls? Who lived there, how they lived their lives and what... Read More

Deadlines: Obits of Memorable British Columbians

Author: Tom Hawthorn, Harbour Publishing, October 2012 As a journalist it always fascinates me where my colleagues find their... Read More

The Story of Brock House

I’m a huge fan of Samuel Maclure, a BC-born architect with an incredible design range. Maclure designed almost 500 houses in his... Read More

North Shore Corner Stores

I wrote about Andrews on 8th in North Vancouver earlier this summer. It was once a corner store, now thanks to its owner Brad Hodson... Read More

Ceperley House/Burnaby Art Gallery

I love this photo of Grace Ceperley and her family taken a century ago. I went out to Burnaby recently to take a comparison shot of... Read More

The Vancouver Historical Society

A few years ago, Bruce McIntyre Watson was checking the Vancouver Historical Society’s info line and found an enquiry from the... Read More

Boyd House

Kerry McPhedran is selling the house she bought in 1972. It’s not because she wants to—as a freelance writer, it’s her retirement... Read More

L.D. Taylor and the History of Taylor Manor

Thanks to a $30 million anonymous donation last month, Taylor Manor will get a much needed facelift and provide housing for 56... Read More

Forbidden Vancouver

I took the Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tour with my friend Sharon Rowse this past Saturday night. Sharon writes historical mysteries... Read More