5 I Playland returns BY WILL MCDONALD
Vancouver's most popular summertime attraction is open again with the usual fear-inducing rides like Atmosfear and longer running hours.
7 I Central Park: Pool's errand BY SANDRA THOMAS
Swimmers protesting the summertime closure of Lord Byng pool aren't buying the park board's explanation for the shutdown.
12 I Arrested development BY BOB MACKIN
'Casseroles' activists sympathetic to the Quebec student protests vow another noisy downtown march despite arrests at previous events.
8 I Exit strategy BY KEITH BALDREY
Liberal MLA Kevin Krueger won't be the last high-profile MLA on either side of the house to leave B.C. politics before next year's election.
21 I bANGER management BY MICHAEL KISSINGER
Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg discusses her heavy-metal-inspired dance piece bANGER, the health benefits of head banging and why Slayer rules.
Web Exclusives@vancourier.com Life: Your cheatin' heart BY AMY YEW
Should you always fess up if you cheat on your partner? Better count the costs of that confession.
Life: Gardening BY ANNE MARRISON
Some of the best and most creative ideas come from grappling with limited space for gardening.
Opinion: Extra letters
In letters found only online, Courier readers take on Mosquito devices, federal politicians and Premier Christy Clark.
Online poll: Brain box teaser
Should helmets be a mandatory part of the city's bike rental program due next year? Vote online to weigh in.
Photo galleries BY DAN TOULGOET
Missed our popular shoots of the Kindergarten Class of 2012 or tour of the Orpheum Theatre? Find them online.
Opinion: Blame Canada Day BY FIONA HUGHES
Fiona Hughes' column on boycotting Canada Day hit a nerve with readers. Catch up with the original and reader responses online.