The City of Surrey’s annual Tree Lighting Festival is coming up on Saturday, November 21st featuring free family fun and entertainment all day long at the Central City and City Hall plazas. Watch and enjoy special guests and performers such as Top Line Vocal Collective, the Kwantlen Glee Club, Eli Williams & The Memphis Sound, […]
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Just as the city changes throughout the year, sprinkling cherry blossoms around like confetti or blowing yellow leaves down to reach the flow of the rain as it hits the earth, so can a person. Michelle Kim‘s The Tree Inside is a dramatic feature film that will be screening at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival […]
“I believed that I could compete with the boys if I was tough enough,” Bif Naked wrote on her Instagram feed during a recent “Throwback Thursday” post. “I was so serious. I was deliberately gruff. I wanted to be accepted, and included. My hunger for equality was endless.” Throwback Photo via @MissBifNaked on Instagram Anyone […]
Rejuvenate and invigorate your mind, body and soul this November during Cornucopia, Whistler’s legendary annual celebration of food and drink. The Nourish Series of workshops and the Nourish Retreat will offer a full package of programming or à la carte workshop sessions dedicated to your mind, body and spirit during the first weekend of Cornucopia. […]
The City of Vancouver wasn’t even 45 years old at the time the Vancouver Bach Choir gave its first concert at the Orpheum Theatre in December of 1930. Outside of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra (1919) the Vancouver Bach Choir is the oldest performing arts organization in the province, and one of the oldest symphonic choirs […]
53,855 spectators attended the Round of 16 knock-out match between Canada and Switzerland on Sunday, making it one for the records books with the highest attendance for any national team match (any sport, men or women) ever in Canada. With a slow start to the match in the first half, both teams came out ready […]