Lisa Baronit of Blush Bridal & Special Occasions strikes a pose in a silver one-shoulder evening dress by Laundry during the Bellevue Cares street party May 23.
By the time a child graduates high school, they will spend close to two full years in a classroom. Teachers have a huge impact on their students.
Ernesto Ramos is seated in the middle of a room playing his accordion while his daughter Marta dances next to him.
Back in July 2010, I discovered two South Korean naval vessels berthed at Lonsdale Quay, with invitations posted for the public to board. I marched up a gangplank and wandered about, impressed with all the hardware. I was also intrigued with the advertisements displayed inside for various South Korean arms manufacturers.
John Palen, 90, has felt lucky to be alive for almost seven full decades.
Right Rev. Michael Ingham, Anglican bishop of the Diocese of New Westminster, will be awarded an honorary degree from Simon Fraser University next week.
On May 26, I was invited to participate in the rededication of the cenotaph in North Vancouver.
A local air cadets squadron was able to showcase its talents at the 59th annual ceremonial review at the Golden Ears Curling Club on May 25.
The last time Kim Rogelstad was seen by her family was May 27, 2007.
LOCAL designer Catherine Regehr has been injecting the fashion scenes both in many exotic cities abroad - Tokyo, New York, Paris, among others - and in her Canadian homeland with her timeless pieces.
Hats Off Day, it's a party in Burnaby Heights, along Hastings St. from Boundary Rd. to Gamma Ave., as Heights Merchants and the community "take their hats off" to customers, locals, and visitors. Festival features a colorful parade, a vintage car show, and a street festival featuring food, music, and fun for all ages. Event runs from 9: 30 a.m. to 4 p.m., for more information visit www. hatsoffday.com, or contact Sajeda Virji or Isabel Kolic at 604-294-8899, or info@burn abyheights.com.
IRANIAN Canadians on the North Shore are expressing mixed views as the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade has announced it will ban all imports and exports between Canada and Iran.
Hats Off Day, it's a party in Burnaby Heights, along Hastings St. from Boundary Rd. to Gamma Ave., as Heights Merchants and the community "take their hats off" to customers, locals, and visitors. Festival features a colorful parade, a vintage car show, and a street festival with food, music and fun for all ages. Event runs from 9: 30 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information visit www.hatsoffday. com, or contact Sajeda Virji or Isabel Kolic at 604-294-8899, or info@burn abyheights.com.
Brain injuries can come suddenly, at the least expected moment, but the effects can be life altering and long lasting.
Community garage sale and fair at Nelson Avenue Community Church. Lots of bargains, toys, books, prizes, concession, games, face painting, story-telling and more. Tables are $15. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 5825 Nelson Ave. Info at www.nac church.org.
An Arts and Garden Festival will take place in central Lions Bay Sunday, May 26, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. This year's festival has six residential gardens showcasing local Lions Bay artists as well as musical performances. In addition, the Village Hall will house a school Vancouver Biennial project created by students. Info: info@ lionsbayartscouncil.org.
A North Vancouver con man who tried to derail a fraud investigation against him by posing as a police officer to foreign banking officials has managed to get four convictions of impersonation overturned by the B.C. Court of Appeal.
THE public is invited to a solemn rite-of-passage for North Vancouver's war memorial cenotaph this Sunday.
In 2006, Microsoft mogul Bill Gates was invited to speak at a business seminar in Saudi Arabia.