Valentine’s Gift Guide 2019 – CBC Vancouver

Valentine’s is an amazing opportunity for you to share your love with someone special or to pamper yourself! Recently, I was lucky enough to share a few Valentine’s gift ideas and experiences with Gloria Macarenko on Our Vancouver – CBC… Continue Reading →

CBC Vancouver – Best Travel Tips!

After traveling to more than 23 countries on five continents (and continue to travel weekly!) I am happy to share my top tips with CBC’s Our Vancouver TV show. Some tips include: How to get the best flight deals! Top… Continue Reading →

Evo Car Share Tips and How It Works!

My partner and I share one car. I usually ride my bike around town and he takes the car. But sometimes my bike trips can be long. I started to notice that there were Evo cars in my neighbourhood (North… Continue Reading →

Top Kids’ Picks For Fun In Victoria and Vancouver!

There are plenty of fun things for families to experience in Vancouver. So turn your family vacation into a great one with these fun attractions in Vancouver. Lighthouse Park Families interested in hiking should check out Lighthouse Park in West… Continue Reading →

Do You Feel Inspired Today?

Is there anything that makes your heart soar and makes you feel as though you have wings? It is easy to get caught up in the day-to-day tasks of what we need to do. I know, I have been there… Continue Reading →

The West of Main Art Walk

The West of Main Art Walk It’s been 25 years since Vancouver has welcomed the West of Main Art Walk to its streets. And to celebrate, Artists in Our Midst (AIOM), the group behind the West of Main Art Walk,… Continue Reading →

REDPATCH: Theatre Preview

In 2017, we celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday! On Canada’s 150th, we also recognize First Nations inclusion in Canadian history. This issue is addressed in the brilliant play REDPATCH, by Métis theatre artist Raes Calvert and Vancouver based actor, writer, and… Continue Reading →

Monteverdi Vespers of 1610

Monteverdi Vespers of 1610. With a program whose repertoire opens with Deus in adiutorium meum and closes with Ave maris stella, it’s easy for an amateur concert goer like myself to get lost in translation, or should I say, lost… Continue Reading →

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