Continued from the main story. In the lead-up to the primaries, we met with a number of Libre Party candidates who outlined the goals and platforms of the party. Land reform, representational congress, transparent government and pushing back against encroaching U.S. economic influence were among the main themes of the meetings. On a day full… Read more »
In November, I spent 10 days with people who are in the midst of changing their nation’s history. In the face of deeply entrenched corruption, repression and violence in Honduras, they are nurturing the tender shoots of revolution. They are choosing, for now, the peaceful route. I travelled to Honduras with a group of human… Read more »
Jo-Ann Roberts to give public lecture on future of CBC
I was completely intoxicated by the end of this show . . . with laughter. My new roommate and I went to see the January 15 episode of Sin City: Bedlam-By-Sea, knowing hardly anything about each other or the show we were about to see. We’re now those people who slap each other’s backs in… Read more »
We discovered Thai Lemongrass Restaurant and couldn’t pass up a visit (the sea air makes one frightfully hungry).
Youth poet laureate aims to inspire and involve Victoria students
Provocative Speaking in Tongues opens at the Belfry Theatre
I vowed to travel as much as time and funds would allow.
“My dad and I talk politics; my mom and I talk about the weather.”
The Victoria Conservatory of Music will be ringing in the Chinese New Year (the year of the snake) with “A Harmonious Celebration” at Alix Goolden Hall.