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The Interview Post is now up, along with podcast audio. Seems I’ve scored me an interview with the band Aberdeen City [aberdeenmusic] while they’re here in Vancouver as a part of their 2006 North American tour.I first heard about the band when I met John – who always plays great up and coming tunes on [...]
Alanah from Vancouver Canucks Op Ed (and fellow CrazyCanuck) gave our shining new goalie that name and it’s stuck.She’s got a recap of last night’s WONDERFUL game posted over on the site [VCOE]. We played defensively and still had a lot of offense – Naslund scored with his head (literally) and Linden scored his 300th [...]
That’s what my Oma (grandma) said to us last night. She said that even Surrey is getting too big for her, “I’m not a city girl”. She grew up in a small village in what was then Yugoslavia. After meeting my Opa (grandpa), having my aunt and mother, the family moved to Canada in the [...]
Becky has been demanding a post about pumpkin patches, and apparently because I have 3 little ones I am an authority on the matter. I thought I’d enlist their help but when asked which places they preferred I got a few shoulder shrugs and an ‘I unno’. After some prodding they offered that they didn’t [...]
Tonight… it begins… the 2006/2007 NHL season – boy howdy! Buffalo’s in Carolina, Ottawa’s in Toronto, Dallas is in Colorado and I’m in Surrey. Yeah, I’ll be taking the train out there tonight for some family business… so I’ll miss every one (with their 4, 430pm start times) and probably catch the tail end of [...]
We kick off the first episode (now you can stop listening to the teaser audio on loop). JJ, Alanah, Dave, John and I begin with a 20 minute podcast (all conferenced in via Skype) about a couple topics in anticipation of the season that’s about to lift off. We gather all the members for this [...]
Since yesterday was so busy, I’ve decided today is my Monday. I’m a pretty laid back person but sometimes I just let things get to me or things just build up and up to the point where they’re just plain annoying and I want them to go away. Like a leaky faucet or Amy Bell’s [...]