Hayley Williams admits to being ‘introverted’ | Entertainment | ktbs.com – KTBS

Hayley Williams admits to being ‘introverted’ |  Entertainment |  ktbs.com – KTBS

Hayley Williams admits to being ‘introverted’ | Entertainment | ktbs.comKTBS ‘This Is Why’ Paramore went on hiatusBillboard Paramore ‘needed a break to find our identities,’ says Hayley WilliamsBBC Paramore: This is why [OFFICIAL VIDEO]  Paramore See full coverage on Google News

25 things to do in Toronto this weekend

25 things to do in Toronto this weekend

Events in Toronto this weekend are all about arts and Halloween. The famed Legends of Horror at Casa Loma is back for another spooky season, and be sure to visit Nuit Blanche 2022, the nighttime contemporary art experience that will be installed all over the city. With so many things to do in Toronto, there … Read more

Metallica Announces Special Concert To Honor Jonny And Marsha Zazula

Metallica Announces Special Concert To Honor Jonny And Marsha Zazula

Metallica has announced a special, intimate show to celebrate the life and legacy of Megaforce Records founder Jon “Jonny Z” Zazula and his wife Marsha Zazula, who died in 2022 and 2021 respectively. Megaforce launched the career of the thrash pioneers by releasing the band’s first two albums, 1983’s Kill them all and 1984’s Ride … Read more

BC Liberals Announce “BC United” Will Be Presented to Members as New Party Name

BC Liberals Announce “BC United” Will Be Presented to Members as New Party Name

When Kevin Falcon announced last year that he was seeking the leadership of the BC Liberals, he suggested creating a new name for the party. But he promised that this would only happen in consultation with the members. In June, two-thirds of delegates voted for a party convention to go down this road. Today the … Read more

Thanksgiving dinner for two offered for $109 at Blue Hat Bakery-Cafe

Thanksgiving dinner for two offered for 9 at Blue Hat Bakery-Cafe

The Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts restaurant has unveiled its ready-made Thanksgiving dinner two weeks before the upcoming holiday. It is possible to pre-order the meal for two for $109 at the school’s Blue Hat Bakery-Café until 5:00 PM next Wednesday (October 5). It can be picked up at the site at 1505 West 2nd … Read more

The Five Vengeances runs from September 27 to October 1 at Burnaby’s Shadbolt Center for the Arts

The Five Vengeances runs from September 27 to October 1 at Burnaby’s Shadbolt Center for the Arts

The Shadbolt Center for the Artsin partnership with fight and movement based performance company honourpresents the world premiere of The Five Revengeopen tomorrow (Tuesday 27 September) and until Saturday (1 October). A comedic kung fu thriller written and directed by Giovanni Sy, The Five Revenge tells the story of a master swordsman seeking to avenge … Read more

Legendary Vancouver saxophonist Tom Keenlyside performs a night of Dave Brubeck at Anvil Theater on September 27

Legendary Vancouver saxophonist Tom Keenlyside performs a night of Dave Brubeck at Anvil Theater on September 27

Legendary Vancouver saxophonist and flutist Tom Keenlyside will perform a night of Dave Brubeck in New Westminster tomorrow (September 27). Keenlyside–who has performed and/or recorded with everyone from Mel Tormé to Aerosmith, from Dizzy Gillespie to Blue Öyster Cult, and from Harry Connick to Motley Crüe–will perform at the Anvil Theatre in the first show … Read more

Value of Canadian dollar continues to fall against US dollar

Value of Canadian dollar continues to fall against US dollar

Residents of Vancouver today face endless financial problems. Retail gas prices are near record highs. Inflation in BC remained at a stubbornly high 7.3 percent year-on-year in August. Interest rates are rising, making it more difficult for people with variable-rate mortgages. And this week, the loonie continues to decline in value compared to the US … Read more

The Firehall Arts Center announces workshop performances of The Unbroadcast Life of Mildred Bailey in October

The Firehall Arts Center announces workshop performances of The Unbroadcast Life of Mildred Bailey in October

The Firehall Arts Center has just announced that, in partnership with Red Cedar Theater, it will present The Unaired Life of Mildred Bailey on October 14 and 15. A live podcast game about the life of 1930s Salish jazz singer Mildred Bailey created by Russell Wallacecomposer and traditional singer from the Lil’wat Nation. Russell Wallace. … Read more

Prime Minister John Horgan recognizes the importance of Goddess Durga ahead of the great Hindu celebration

Prime Minister John Horgan recognizes the importance of Goddess Durga ahead of the great Hindu celebration

It is not for nothing that the Hindu goddess Durga is often depicted on a tiger or a lion. That’s because she’s associated with protection, unlimited power, and motherhood—a deity who represents good over evil and isn’t shy about exercising that power when warranted. Today BC Prime Minister John Horgan paid his respects to Durga, … Read more