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For proof that the irritating “No Fun City” moniker can finally be buried, look to the colour-soaked facades of Mount Pleasant, Strathcona or, heck, even once-dreary alleyways downtown. Between the Vancouver Mural Festival painting the town and More Awesome Now—the laneway “activation” that pink-washed an alley near Granville and Hastings—our civic landscape is more vibrant than ever. And that’s not just because of fresh paint; props are also due to projects like Public Disco that are bringing the party to our newly spruced-up streets.