Twooda Funkit are a little different than the average local band. Where songs are usually performed as they are written and band members generally have one task to carry out, Twooda Funkit switches things up and aims for efforts of improvisation and flexibility. Meet jazz/funk/groove-inspired outfit Twooda Funkit, the monikerTwooda Funkit Embrace the Improv
Ceilidh Millar isn't your stereotypical mob member. She doesn't speak in a bad Italian accent, for one thing. She isn't handy with a gun. She doesn't wear suits and ties, and doesn't have too many enemies to worry about. On a Sopranos set, she'd stick out like a sore thumb.
Fortunately,Sept 2010: Ceilidh Millar
On Monday, April 25th my favorite soulful Asian pop bandÂ Hello, SirÂ performed live at our station. It was a risky adventure from the start as Mark fromÂ BandcouverÂ rigged up a spectacular wiring system so that the four instruments and three mics would have quality audio for the performance. If you've ever beenBOB Winners perform live for Y57
Vancouver Food Cart Fest kicked off Sunday July 29 at The Waldorf Hotel! Over the next six Sundays join The Waldorf, Yelp & Street Food Vancouver from 12pm - 6pm with a selection of community markets, food carts and family activities.
Food Carts include La Brasserie, Off the Wagon, Re-Up, SohoVancouver Food Cart Fest!
Come the end of April, most UBC students are concerned with that final push towards exam completion. It was in the midst of this end-of-semester-stress that 21 year old Alexandra Van (Alex for short) was diagnosed with lymphoma, cancer of the lymph system, and the lives of her and herJune 2010: Jessica and Alexandra Van
Their There is a local outfit consisting of the six hilarious and talented friends Adam de Souza on bass, Ross Jenkins on guitar and lead vocals, Harley Small on piano and lead vocals, Jess Desrochers on drums, Rory Hislop on trumpet, and Adam Gough on saxophone. Four of the band members, AdamTheir There: Naturally Dynamic