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Posts Categorized: Culture
Royal B.C. Museum features 30 rare world maps
Tame Impala — Lonerism and Ocean Noise — Lost Horizons
Like a lot of you out there, I really hate reading. I didn’t start until later in life; my parents were afraid I might accidentally wander into licentious territory if left to explore the literary world on my own. Of course, their fear was unfounded — back in my day, we didn’t have such perniciously… Read more »
Writing instructor and student collaborate to publish anthology
John’s Place famous for its atmosphere and menu
RECREATION Sunday, Nov. 18 Mystery Creature (Guided Walk) On this guided nature tour, participants get to solve riddles to find a series of clues that add up to reveal the identity of a “mystery creature.” It sounds like fun, but I think a lot of kids (and adults) might be a little disappointed if the… Read more »
Even days after viewing the cinematic masterpiece Midnight’s Children, its scenes still scroll through the mind, visions of the beauty that is portrayed in it. The colours of India are embedded in the story as it takes the viewer into the far reaches of that country, which are rarely filmed.
The Wizard of Oz Directed by: Victor Fleming Starring: Judy Garland, Jack Haley, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Margaret Hamilton Last summer, while Aidan and Isabela were volunteering with my LEGO Robotics workshop at Mosaic Learning Centre for Children with Autism, I thought it would be interesting to get their perspective in film reviews. We thought… Read more »
Even the poorest of starving students sometimes get to go out to a very fancy restaurant. It might be a birthday splurge, a graduation celebration or a really fantastic first date; whatever the reason, there’s something magical about eating at a place with linen napkins and an in-house sommelier.