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 […]
Cornucopia, Whistler’s yearly food and wine festival kicked off their 13th year tonight with a ”House Party” at the Whistler Conference Center. Many local beer and wines were on offer along with some amazing cheeses and even local (Pemberton) Vodka. We’re looking forward to taking in some events tomorrow and Saturday including everything from the […]