Archive for March, 2014

Camilo The Magician 2014 Tour

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There are many reasons to love Camilo Dominguez, aka Camilo The Magician. He’s an incredibly talented magician who calls Vancouver home, he’s hosting Magic Summer Camp, his shows often support local causes, and he’s also the inspiration for Said The Whale’s popular song. Born and raised in Colombia, Camilo Dominguez first discovered his passion for […]

We Day Seattle Photos

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Governor Jay Inslee declared Friday, March 21, 2014 “We Day in Washington” while he stood on a stage at Key Arena in front of 15,000 students who were exclusively invited to this incredible celebration called We Day Seattle. We Day is a production of Free The Children, and it inspires, engages, and empowers youth to […]

Things to do in Vancouver This Weekend

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We’re at the halfway point of Spring Break and conferences, workshops, theatrical productions, and one giant indoor amusement park dominate the activities landscape this weekend. Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks, until the end of the week. Photo credit: TOTORORO.RORO on Flickr There’s still a bit of time to enter to win a Nikon D3200 my […]

We Day Seattle

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We Day returns to Seattle for the second time on Friday, March 21, 2014, complimenting its hugely successful live events in major Canadian cities over the years. We Day is all about empowering and encouraging today’s youth, sending out the positive message that they can be the change they wish to see in the world […]

BIL Conference Vancouver

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BIL is TED’s cousin and wherever the TED Conference goes, BIL follows. However, unlike TED’s exclusivity, BIL has a ‘pay what you can’ donation system and it also follows the very welcoming “unconference” model. What is an unconference? It’s a free-form conference where anyone can be a speaker and the schedule isn’t even created until […]