Growing up, the Smurfs are a Saturday morning tradition in our house! There was always a fun adventure with Smurfette, Papa Smurf and of course Gargomel that always had me tuning in and now you can enjoy Smurfs on the big screen! If you’re looking for a family friendly move to check out just in time for Easter, Smurfs: The Lost Village has you covered. It’s always fun and a must-see when a favourite from my child hood hits the big screen and I can’t wait to take the family to see our little blue friends on the big screen. Continue reading →
VROOOOOOM! Get ready for the biggest, baddest Monster Jam YET! The infamous 2,000 horsepower engines are revving up again and ready to roar full throttle back into Vancouver as the Monster Jam® Triple Threat Series™ presented by AMSOIL, the most adrenaline charged motorsports experience for families on the planet, comes to the Pacific Coliseum with an exciting new competitive points-paying endurance showdown unlike any other Monster Jam event ever experienced before in B.C.! Growing up, Monster Trucks was THE place to be, from rip roaring loud noise and excitement to complete and utter destruction, every kid knew when the trucks were coming to town!
Be still my opera loving heart. One of the first shows I ever saw with my mom was the Phantom of the Opera and I am so excited to be able to see it again as an adult. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera is coming back to Vancouver at The Queen Elizabeth Theatre in a spectacular new production by Cameron Mackintosh and tickets are about to go on sale – be immersed in breathtaking costumes and set design, be pulled into the world of The Phantom Of the Opera with an orchestra and cast of 52! amazing performers. Will we see you there? Continue reading →
I have been blessed with many things: common sense, intelligence, a wonderful family and amazing friends. There’s more, but eyebrows have never made the list. I was born a blond with matching barely there eyebrows, and when I started getting interested in makeup I really began to notice them; or the lack of them. Making up the rest of my face made my eyebrows seem even more non-existent. Trying to draw in or fill in my brows with pencil or powder always lead to disastrous results, and even as an adult I can at most get one side to look half decent. It seems artistic talent was never on that list either.
Now, I’ve never been the trendy sort, but when I started hearing these stories and seeing pictures of these miraculous brow transformations after microblading, I had to know more. All these full, gorgeous, shapely brows where there was once sparse brows like mine, or over-tweezed barren skin was honestly too much brow envy to handle. My eyes are my favourite feature to play with and I’ve never been able to give them the frame they deserve. I decided I was going for it, whatever ‘it’ entailed, but first I needed to do some research. Continue reading →
Calling master builders – young and old, one of the biggest celebrations of LEGO is returning to the River Rock again this year, and you won’t want to miss this show! We had a lot of fun visiting last year and the kids still talk about the amazing things they saw created out of LEGO, from a giant totem pole to an entire city and amusement park, the skill and imagination that went into last years show was mindblowing – and they’re back to do it all over again this year! Continue reading →
Yep, you read that right. I am totally a cheater and I do it without any regrets! I’ve had Netflix for as long as I can remember, I like to refer to myself as a bit of an early adopter. I have been a Netflix subscriber since it basically came out! Because of that, I like to think that we have a relationship, Netflix and I… one that no one can come between. Continue reading →