Music makes the world go round

By Anastasia Kirk [Travel Bureau Chief] Music is not particular to any one country or culture. It crosses borders that sometimes human beings can’t even cross. It is the one true international connection between us all. It is something that is appreciated and held with high regard everywhere in the world, and nothing shows people’s... Continue Reading

Countless ounces to freedom

Five thousand km; $2,000; 1,500 cigarettes, 300 beers; 40 ounces to freedom; 20 tacos; eight tanks of gas; seven days; six states; five people; four decades; three shots of Tequila; two in the morning; two at night; two or more in the afternoon and one epic concert that would make us feel alright. The journey was long. The sun was hot. Our mouths were dry. The destination was Sublime.... Continue Reading

Fans found what they were looking for in U2

U2 rolled into Vancouver on Oct. 28 and performed for a sold-out crowd at BC Place Stadium. It was the biggest concert event of the year in the city. Having sold more than 145 million albums worldwide and winning 22 Grammy Awards, U2 ranks with the giants of rock and roll, and despite some unevenness throughout the performance, those who attended the concert did not leave disappointed.... Continue Reading

90s Tunes

Music from the 90’s is a strange beast. There are a few major movements worth mentioning, some more than others, some less than others. What follows is a list of a few of the bigger scenes in the 90’s, and like anything in music, the list is completely debatable.... Continue Reading

90s Movies

Perhaps you remember them, or maybe you’ve erased them permanently from your thoughts. Either way, let’s take a trip down memory lane and recall the top ten most disturbing animated childhood movies:... Continue Reading