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Angels in America Part One: Millennium Approaches – Vancouver

Posted on October 6, 2016 at 10:16 am by David Jones — Make a Comment

Angels in America Part One Millennium Approaches by Studio 58Until October 16th  Simply astonishing the talent of these students with this remarkable play under some stellar direction. The AIDS crisis of the 80’s is almost a curious footnote to young people today who cannot grasp how frightening this mysterious killer was. Many plays of the […]

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The World’s Longest Recreational Trail Is Set for Completion Next Year

Posted on September 25, 2016 at 1:43 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

Travelers who dream of exploring Canada by bike or foot will soon have the perfect opportunity to do so. As inhabitat reports, all 14,913 miles of The Great Trail (the world’s longest recreational trail) are set for completion in 2017. The recreational path will be the longest car-free trail in the world, beginning in Newfoundland […]

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The Book of Mormon – Vancouver

Posted on August 26, 2016 at 10:29 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

    It’s back and it’s still funny and clever as hell. The Book Of Mormon by Broadway Across Canada Until September 4th The road company is making another stop in Vancouver and although it is a brand new cast it is still the same great show. It’s vulgar, smug, shocking and one of the […]

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H&M Modernizes Classic Fits for Its 2016 Fall/Winter Studio Line

Posted on August 16, 2016 at 1:49 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

H&M recently unveiled its forthcoming 2016 fall/winter collection that revitalizes a slew of vintage menswear garments. With an emphasis on modernity and monochromatic hues, the retail staple’s latest delivery gives new meaning to sophistication with season-appropriate garments such as a bomber jacket, elongated sweaters and cozy knits perfect for layering. Studio Line is updating those everyday basics we […]

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H&M Modernizes Classic Fits for Its 2016 Fall/Winter Studio Line

Posted on at 1:49 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

H&M recently unveiled its forthcoming 2016 fall/winter collection that revitalizes a slew of vintage menswear garments. With an emphasis on modernity and monochromatic hues, the retail staple’s latest delivery gives new meaning to sophistication with season-appropriate garments such as a bomber jacket, elongated sweaters and cozy knits perfect for layering. Studio Line is updating those everyday basics we […]

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9 Ideas For Including Tree Stumps In Your Home Decor

Posted on July 20, 2016 at 8:10 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

Today we’re sharing 9 tree stumps that have been re-purposed into natural decor pieces that wouldn’t look out of place in your contemporary interior. 1. These colorful bowls are made from reclaimed trees that have fallen on their own. Log Bowl by Loyal Loot 2. These coffee tables are made from salvaged western red cedar […]

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New In Prince Edward 2016

Posted on June 29, 2016 at 3:57 pm by OUTtv — Make a Comment

NEW IN PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND FOR 2016 Upstreet Craft Brewing – Opened in July 2015, Upstreet Craft Brewing has expanded the craft beer scene on PEI by making unique and refreshing flavour combinations at their location in downtown Charlottetown. At Upstreet, they believe in community almost as much as they believe in making the best […]

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10 Endangered UNESCO Sites

Posted on June 27, 2016 at 5:38 pm by Jacques — Make a Comment

Formed in 1945, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is known as the “intellectual” agency of the United Nations, a specialized sector that was founded on the belief that “peace must be established on the basis of humanity’s moral and intellectual solidarity.” Among the organization’s many projects is the World Heritage, a […]

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Take a First Glance at IKEA’s New Museum in Southern Sweden

Posted on June 13, 2016 at 11:23 am by Jacques — Make a Comment

The IKEA Museum — located in its first store at Älmhult, Sweden — will display a slew of relics from the Swedish furniture giant’s 73-year existence. The company known for its modestly priced Scandinavian furnishings created the museum to help bolster tourism in the Älmhult region. The museum contains many familiar home goods including the Klippan […]

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Five Fabulous Things About Saskatoon

Posted on June 8, 2016 at 2:58 pm by OUTtv — Make a Comment

1. Saskatoon has the youngest population in Canada, which really speaks to our lively vibe and culture. There are events and festivals pretty much every weekend year-round, many of which show off our vibrant arts, culinary and music scene. One of our favourites is the SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, the second largest festival of its kind […]

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