A run-down Catholic church with diminishing attendance may have been given new life by German graffiti artist Stefan Strumbel, who has given new life to the bleak interior; not without controversy, of-course.
Whether we like it or not, social media infiltrates a lot of what we do on a daily basis. Last night as we experienced the excruciating defeat of our Canucks social media sites like twitter and Facebook were ablaze. Mostly people were condemning the riot acts and were expressing their […]
Drunken Canuck fans left a black mark on Vancouver’s world-class cityscape last night after the Vancouver Canucks lost the final run for the Stanley Cup to the Boston Bruins. Devastated fans poured out in thousands from the downtown core to go soothe their shattered dreams while the rest, tens of thousands of […]
The red burning puffy eyes. The constant stream of tears and mucous from your eyes and nose. The constant itching and sneezing. If you know what I’m talking about, then you too are a seasonal allergy victim. Some people go through the yearly discomfort in the spring, others in the […]
It’s the season for new tech releases. Check out the overview by Amanda Vogt of the new products, games and programs that will soon be available. Apple WWDC 2011 OSX Lion -Minor additions include auto-save and resume. Auto-save saves your place and keeps multiple versions of the document you are […]
The official trailer to Blue Like Jazz, the film adaptation to Don Miller’s book, went public as of the other day. [youtube=www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpvMAYkHGas] Release date: Apparently sometime this year. I hope its soon, because my movie senses are tingling.