It's been a crazy past six months with Y57, and with 2010 coming to a close, it's a good time to reflect on the amazing youths I've been able to interview through Y57. There's been laughter and awkward pauses, heart wrenching stories and mind blowing performances - so here's aMost Memorable YOMs from 2010
Self-described as â€œThe kind [of music] that makes you want to dance around in a gold cape,â€ Jive Talk fuses funk, pop, rock, soul, and a bit of comedic commentary to create a music experience that everyone can enjoy. Their music is highly accessible for all ages, but proves thatJive Talk Welcomes You to Jiveland
Recently, Vancouver SunÂ Op-EdÂ writer Douglas Todd sparked some controversy when heÂ advocated for the abolition of foreign signs, namely Chinese, in Richmond. On the same day of the same paper, Harvey Enchin countered the topic by stating that to restrict Chinese signs would be 'un-Canadian'. A few days later, Todd then sharedAsian signs: they have a purpose.
It's too bad the rain has began to roll in again (...what am I saying, it's Vancouver!) Keep dry in some rubber boots to protect yourself from getting your feet wet.
Take a look into the certified and guaranteed protected boots, Hunters. They come in different finishes, colours, styles and heights.LOOK OF THE WEEK: It's raining it's pouring...
From August 17-19, 2012, I had a chance to be part of a the 2012 Anime Revolution Convention. Taking place at the East Wing of the Vancouver Convention Centre, it featured many well-known voice actors such as Sugar Lyn Beard (Sailor Moon, YTV), Nakata Jouji (Hellsing), Vincent Corazza (Sailor Moon) andAnime Revolution 2012
The world was brought to Vancouver Saturday June 25th 2011 to engage in one of the most renowned dance competitions and exhibition. Audiences were amazed with the amount of talent in the room and were in awe with the love and support everyone had for dance.World of Dance VancouverÂ was notWorld of Dance 2011