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Andy Prest

Andy Prest

Andy Prest is the sports editor for the North Shore News and writes a biweekly humour/lifestyle column. He was given the 2016 George Cadogan Memorial Outstanding Columnist Award by the Canadian Community Newspaper Association. Andy thinks you look really fit these days – have you been working out? Send your sports tips or updates on your humour/lifestyle to Andy at aprest@nsnews.com.

Recent Work by Andy

North Shore high school basketball all-stars tip off tomorrow at CapU

North Shore high school basketball all-stars tip off tomorrow at CapU

The best senior players from across the North Shore, Squamish and Whistler square off, starting at 6 p.m. Come cheer them on! 🏀
Andy Prest: The Kids In The Hall are here to bring laughs back from the dead

Andy Prest: The Kids In The Hall are here to bring laughs back from the dead

Canada's enlightened comedy crew returns with first new season of TV shows since 1995.
Sporting excellence runs in the family for Capilano University's new athletic director

Sporting excellence runs in the family for Capilano University's new athletic director

Georgette Reed, the daughter of CFL legend George Reed, takes over from retiring CapU AD Milt Williams.
North Vancouver’s Shaketown Brewing Co. is selling lagers, ales, and tall tales

North Vancouver’s Shaketown Brewing Co. is selling lagers, ales, and tall tales

The stories are fake and the flavours are real at the newest addition to North Van's Brewery District. 🍺
Lucky's Exotic Bodega set to open first North Vancouver location

Lucky's Exotic Bodega set to open first North Vancouver location

The quirky convenience store is soft launching on Lonsdale Avenue May 7, featuring unique snacks and apparel from around the world.
Map: Here are all the parks where you can legally drink alcohol on the North Shore

Map: Here are all the parks where you can legally drink alcohol on the North Shore

North Vancouver city and district and West Van district all now have designated parks where you can enjoy an alcoholic beverage
Grant Lawrence, and the etiquette of a nude neighbourhood potluck

Grant Lawrence, and the etiquette of a nude neighbourhood potluck

The North Shore author will present a night of storytelling and music May 6 at West Vancouver's Kay Meek Arts Centre.
Beaver waddles by to check out new West Vancouver café

Beaver waddles by to check out new West Vancouver café

The Isetta Café Bistro is set to open May 2 in an iconic commercial space known for its unique West Coast design.
Watch: Grizzlies emerge from hibernation at Grouse Mountain wildlife refuge

Watch: Grizzlies emerge from hibernation at Grouse Mountain wildlife refuge

Grinder and Coola stayed in their den for 171 days this winter, their longest ever hibernation period in their 21 seasons at Grouse Mountain.
Andy Prest: 'Barb's Besties' keep running for the friend who brought them all together

Andy Prest: 'Barb's Besties' keep running for the friend who brought them all together

Running group started by North Vancouver's Barb Zeidler has been going strong for more than 20 years