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The Safety Chick Kathleen Baty at the West Coast Women’s Show

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The West Coast Women’s Show, western Canada’s largest women’s show, returns to TRADEX in Abbotsford October 21-23, 2016. Along with 400 booths, and 5 stages packed with entertainment, demos, and workshops, the show features a number of special guests. This year, Kathleen Baty – The Safety Chick – returns to host her very popular Street […]

Marrying the Family at VIFF

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Comedy is alive and well at the 35th Vancouver International Film Festival (“VIFF”), where you’ll find screenwriter/star Taylor Hill’s latest satire, Marrying the Family. I had the chance to chat with Hill ahead of her previous VIFF hit, Leap 4 Your Life back in 2013, and I’ve followed up three years later to find out […]

David Wilson at Kimoto Gallery

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Lush evergreens, waves lapping at a pebbly beach, snow capped peaks, are all images that would make any local homesick for the Pacific Northwest. However, the soaked streets, glistening reflections from headlights and neon signs, and a couple huddled under an umbrella are scenes that really get me. I can’t help but feel something for […]

Small Business Profile: Girly Brilliance

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Kicking off a new small business series, I have interviewed Fraser Valley photographer and writer, Leanne Campbell about her Fraser Valley-based business. Girly Brilliance, Leanne Campbell Business: Girly Brilliance original photo greeting cards Social Media: Instagram, Facebook One of Leanne’s cards for saleat House of James in Abbotsford Leanne Campbell got online in the early […]

Visiting Vancouver’s Jewish Community Centre

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Tucked away behind the busy corner of Oak and 41st, there is a training centre, swimming pool, performing arts centre, gallery, museum, library — and more — all under one roof. I was invited to tour Vancouver’s Jewish Community Centre (“JCC”) earlier this summer and between daycare classes learning about growing vegetables in their own […]