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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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The Switch is a something wonderfully different.

Posted on August 11, 2016 at 6:54 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

After building up a lot of anticipation The Switch is finally here and it is something to celebrate! Not only is a a very rare Canadian grown situational comedy, it is also the first sit-com to use transgender actors in the transgender roles. So is it educational issue of the week TV or is it […]

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The Fakespeare Festival – Vancouver

Posted on August 7, 2016 at 11:32 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

The Fakespeare Festival by Awkward Stage Productions Until August 28th Fresh and playful productions make for a joyous (if a little unpolished) night out. Awkward Stage Productions create showcases for young talent that are pre-professional or emerging. Some are recent acting school graduates and some still are in high school, some have dabbled in professional […]

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It Runs In The Family

Posted on at 3:17 pm by OUTtv — Make a Comment

One day when Joella Cabalu was heading to school her brother Jay Cabalu, followed her all the way to the bus stop. He told her that he was seeing someone, Joella notes “Jay made me guess who it could be and after guessing all of the girls he was friends with, and hearing the response no. […]

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American Idiot – Vancouver

Posted on August 4, 2016 at 7:11 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

American Idiot by Fighting Chance Productions Until August 27th In repertory with Heather The Musical The passionate actors and the intoxicating choreography are as thrilling as a roller coaster ride. Green Day is a popular punk band and like many bands they created a concept album, a mini punk opera musical about disaffected youth wanting […]

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Othello – Vancouver

Posted on July 31, 2016 at 11:17 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Othello by Bard on the Beach Until September 17th If you have never seen Othello before now here is your chance. I have to admit Othello is one of my least favourite Shakespearean plays. Unlike Romeo & Juliet or MacBeth where there are multiple characters and some twists of fate that changes the course of […]

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Mean Girls’ Daniel Franzese Proposes in Starbucks

Posted on July 26, 2016 at 12:46 pm by Lily — Make a Comment

Daniel Franzese, star of Mean Girls and Looking, is newly engaged! You go Glen Coco! Check out the super sweet and highly caffeinated proposal Franzese orchestrated at the Starbucks where the two men first met. Lucky for fans of the funny actor, and romantics in general, the entire coffee shop proposal was caught on camera. The […]

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West Side Story – Vancouver

Posted on July 23, 2016 at 10:57 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

West Side Story by Theatre Under The Stars Until August 20th The craftsmanship and power of the musical still resonates, as do some of the performers. West Side Story is an often produced retelling of the Rome & Juliet story set in New York City set in the mid 1950’s. There are two gangs of […]

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Orlando Shooting – From Tragedy to Hope | JimmyWIN Show

Posted on at 10:30 am by Jimmy Nguyen — Make a Comment

Can any positive hope come out of the tragic Orlando shooting at gay nightclub Pulse? Jimmy Nguyen interviews LGBT people and allies in West Hollywood, California to hear how light – and love – can come out of such darkness. WATCH: The JimmyWIN web series is available at JimmyWin.com.Follow Jimmy on Twitter @JimmyWinMedia or on Facebook.

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