Rather than sitting around waiting for my parents to look after me, I decided to pick myself up and apply for scholarships. Not only does it allow me to help my parents take care of our financial needs, it also maintains my grip of motivation and the sense of movingScholarships 101
It’s been a tough week for the local music community here in Vancouver. With the introduction of a new liquor policy affecting all-ages shows at venues and the sad news of the closing of the Waldorf, the arts have been dealt a heavy blow.
Spreading like wildfire among musicians and music-loversVancouver's Arts and Culture Scene Hit Hard
If you are looking to share your skills in Math, Socials, Science, and/or English with other students in grades 10, 11 and 12 who might need some extra help, then volunteer at the Get It Done Club!
When: Wednesdays from 4pm - 6pm at the DRPC 1000 E 59 Avenue, onVolunteer: Get It Done Club! Share Math, English, etc. Skills!
Girls With Guitars at the Media Club was a stripped-back and sunny sounding celebration of female singer-songwriters. There were four local musicians: Amber Smith, Lisa Vesterinen, Lydia Hol and Christie Rose. Each girl had a folky sound but they each brought something unique and charming to the stage.
Amber Smith kickedGet Down with Girls and Guitars
In order to stand out from their rivals, the BC Liberals are introducing new ideas related to elections to grasp the attention of a much younger audience. Liberal candidate Mike de Jong recently spoke to the media of the ongoing problem of a low BC voter turnout, one that isShould 16 Year Olds Get the Vote?
Saturday night I invited my friends along to experience a genre of music I have little knowledge of: experimental, progressive, indie rock. What is this genre of music sound like you wonder? UntilÂ Redrick Sultan's show at theÂ Railway ClubÂ on Saturday, May 21 I did not fully grasp what I was gettingThe Colorful Mess of Redrick Sultan