Well, they can't all be home runs, all the time, now can they?
Thousands are expected to attend the grand opening Saturday of one of Canada's biggest mosques in Delta.
Dietary fibre used to be something we thought only our grandparents needed to help them stay "regular."
"Paying it forward" is a concept that has made some news in the last couple of years. What happens is someone will pay for your items, usually anonymously, and the hope is that you will "pay it forward" to someone else, although it is not necessary that you do.
Cedar Park Church has welcomed new lead pastor Lee Kosa and his family to South Delta.
Take part in nine decades of history as Fort Langley hosts the May Day Parade and Celebrations this coming Monday.
Kayak written by Jordan Hall at the rEvolver Festival. Remaining dates May 18, 19, 22, 24, 26. For more information visit upintheairtheatre.com/kayak-vancouver.
Victoria Day will be on Monday, May 20. Once again the celebration will be highlighted locally by the Ancient and Honourable Hyack Anvil Battery, which will fire the traditional "21 gun" anvil salute to Queen Elizabeth II and to the memory of Queen Victoria.
Well, they can't all be homeruns, all the time, now can they?
IF you want an SUV with a premium feel but not a premium price tag, VW may have a solution for you in the form of a vehicle called Touareg.
Send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org with ThePulse in the subject line. For more photo galleries, visit www.richmond-news.com.
The Editor, -- Re: "We must evolve to accept," Letters, May 10.
The City of Richmond launched Wednesday a website dedicated to working out what the public want to see done with the Garden City Lands.
Take a copy of the Burnaby NOW along with you on your next trip.
The city's outdoor pools and beaches open this Victoria Day weekend. Beginning May 18, the heated seaside pools at Kitsilano Beach Park, Second Beach, Stanley Park and New Brighton Park will open. The outdoor pool at Hillcrest Aquatic Centre next to Nat Bailey Stadium also opens that day. Maple Grove Pool, at 6875 Yew St., opens June 22. Vancouver's outdoor pools operate from this Saturday through the Labour Day weekend and even later, depending on the weather. Lifeguards patrol the park board's supervised beaches daily from 11: 30 a.m. to 8: 30 p.m., except when the red light is on at the Lifeguard Station. Vancouver has 10 supervised ocean beaches that stretch 18 kilometres around Burrard Inlet and English Bay. Trout Lake Beach at John Hendry Park is the city's only supervised freshwater beach.
To the editor: -- Re: "Changes coming to Pt. Grey Road," May 3.
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Capilano University Textile Arts Grad Show: The graduating class from the university's textile arts program showcase their work in this show, which opened Thursday and continues to June 8 at CityScape Community Art Space, 335 Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver. Students explore a range of approaches and techniques to textile arts. The works in the exhibition range from silk-screening, printing and various surface treatments with dyes and stitched designs, to woven, felted and knitted pieces. On Saturday, May 18 at 2 p.m. artists will be at the gallery to discuss the works in the exhibition as well as the techniques and thought processes used in their creation. For an online catalogue designed by students, visit grad2013.textileartscapu. com.
Today I had the absolute pleasure of helping an 89-year-old wheelchair-bound Second World War veteran to vote. While we waited the half hour for the wheelchair-capable taxi, I learned about his life. Ray joined the RCAF in 1939 at 18-years-old and learned to fly bombers so well that he survived 22 missions. After the war he became a pharmacist and worked for a large chain of pharmacies.