Refuge of Lies Until May 1 Pacific Theatre Contributed by Michelle Kim The play, Refuge of Lies, is based on the real-life story of UBC botany instructor Jacob Luitjens who, in 1992, at the age of seventy-two-years of age, was accused of having collaborated with the Nazis in Holland during World War Two. Vancouver playwright […]
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The following guest post was written & contributed by Jane Victoria King exclusively for Miss604.com A â€˜Kiss of Oakâ€™ but no spot of tea! The Fairmont Empress Victoria is bringing sexy back. Photo credit: Fairmont Empress. Left to right: Takashi Ito, Kevin Brauch, Matthew Batey Take the lively and witty celebrity, Kevin Brauch, Host of […]
The following was written for Miss604.com by my 9 year old niece, Alexis. She interviewed her brothers to put together this post. Photo credit: John Biehler on Flickr The Olympics. Week one. A kid’s perspective To the kids in Vancouver and Surrey, the Olympics are very exciting because they are in Vancouver. They think the […]
This post was contributed exclusively to Miss604.com by Michelle Kent. The culmination of year one for the Peak Performance Project happened last night at the famed Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver. 3 BC bands went head to head to head for a piece of $275 G’s. What a sweet, sweaty, good-rocking culmination it was.
This is a special note to say, Happy 30th birthday to one of my oldest, dearest friends, Miss604. Iâ€™ve known Rebecca (Becky) for 25 years now, since we were five years old, when we met in Mlle. Dupontâ€™s morning Kindergarten class at Hjorth Road Elementary School in Surrey. A girl with golden curls and big […]
The following was written exclusively for Miss604.com by Michelle Kim. The Whistler Film Festival (WFF) seems to always fall at a strange time of year for me. Last year, it preceded a trip to see my ailing 95-year-old grandmother in Seoul (I had to race down the mountain like a madwoman to not miss my […]
The following guest post was written & contributed by Jane Victoria King. When the credits rolled it felt like a really great movie had ended. I was sad it was over. I walked away processing. What exactly did I just experience at the first TEDx Vancouver? Later, I found myself asking these questions; who am […]