The Rated PG RollerGirls bring in the noise and, if you’re
unlucky enough to be on the opposing team, they also
bring the pain.
In the 2004 comedy-drama Sideways, Miles and Maya (Paul Giamatti and Virginia Madsen, respectfully) share an intimate conversation regarding their common love of good wine (I’ll assume written accurately, as I’m not yet a sommelier, still unable to distinguish between a Chateau Montelena Chardonnay and a box of Baby Duck).
I will always remember my first day in his classroom for grade ten media. His opening words to our group were the following, “This is an English media class. If English is not your first language, I suggest you drop this course. We are not here to watch movies and TV shows all day.” He then followed with, “if the word ‘like’ is repeatedly used out of context, I will fail your presentation.
(Photo Credits: James Doyle) Despite claims from my great Aunt that my Portuguese blood tracks back to Vasco Da Gama, I believe there must be a drop of Persian flowing somewhere in my veins. How else can anyone explain my appetite for rosewater?
Awakening. A fitting name for what transpired in early July within the valley along the Sukunka River. Those inspired to make the journey would protest to it as so. For a higher vibrational way of life was seen and experienced by those who attended, leaving with them a lasting impression and restored vitality with hope for what is to come. It was a place where all were welcome and all were embraced as they were, coming together to celebrate the moment in unity for all it had to offer.
When I say locally sourced foods, you say hipster. But the brains behind Home Sweet Home aren’t looking to jump on a fad of overpriced groceries. Diandra Oliver and Laura Sapergia are looking to fill the downtown Prince George grocery store chasm with healthy options that won’t break the bank.