Your editor, John Espley here again. Today is Earth Day. So if you’re not an environmentalist should that mean anything to you?
Wikipedia defines Earth days as follows: Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network, and celebrated in more than 192 countries each year. Read the rest of this entry »
Recently I spoke with Keith Lee about the new action/fighting game Duelyst. He was kind enough to give us a rundown on what to expect with this interesting looking game.
What is the storyline for the game and how did you come up with the idea for it?
The Great Tree of Time blooms only during a Grand Conjunction, a short period when all the rotating continents properly align and marks the only time that the Monolith can be reached by foot. The Monolith itself was built during a much earlier epoch (much of its purpose and history lost through the ages). Read the rest of this entry »
By Larry E. Stefanyk
Here’s a really neat fundraiser for the pacific salmon foundation
Ever since Haig Brown published his “Fisherman’s Winter” in 1954, we all have heard of the phenomenal brown trout and rainbow trout of Argentina and may have dreamed about pursuing them in the challenging wind swept plains of Patagonia. We now have the opportunity of a presentation right here by an Argentinean fishing guide with decades of experience in this pursuit. Read the rest of this entry »
PAX East is taking place April 11th-13th in Boston, and a massive wave of fandom is sure to follow.
The convention developed from the widely popular PAX Prime in Seattle and gives fans located on the East coast a chance to experience all the greatness that comes from this gaming convention. There is also a PAX convention in Melbourne Australia for fans in the Asia theater. Read the rest of this entry »
Call of Duty: Ghosts gets a much needed update with the release of Onslaught, the first of four planned DLC packs for the game. The new content requires the full version of Ghosts to play and offers up a plethora of content including four new maps, a dual mode weapon, and a new episode of the alien invasion game, Extinction. For me Ghosts was filled with frustration on the multi play side as I found many maps were too large and encouraged camping, which as anyone who has been spawn killed numerous times in a row will tell you, leads quickly to frustration. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a repost from Cycling BC’s blog by Natasha Irvine
Left to Right: Maggie Coles-Lyster, Jasmin Glaesser & Sarah Bergen
Last weekend Cycling BC launched its premier Road Race Series. The series kicked off with the Devo Classic Stage Race in Langley, BC. A strong field of riders came to race the unique and challenging courses provided by the Escape Velocity Cycling Club.
The BC Premier Road series is a Cycling BC initiative to bring top tier road racing back to BC. The series is made up of 5 events where points will be tracked for series standings. The series is inclusive for both men and women, with equal prizing and categories. Read the rest of this entry »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 1, 2014
Equip rooms for horses, BC hotel group says, and lower the stress of separation
VICTORIA, BC – Accent Inns is once again at the forefront of innovation in the highly-competitive world of hospitality, with the addition of one more offering to their already-specialized services: equi-accommodation, aka the provision of rooms for people and horses, together. For many years, the BC-based, family-owned hotel group catered to guests travelling with their pets, their bicycles and motorcycles. Now, horses – whether for show, racing, riding or just companionship – will be shown the same outstanding service that travellers have come to count on at Accent Inns since 1986. Read the rest of this entry »
Spring Sale April 5 – 19, 2014.
Aberdeen Court – 1150 Hillside Drive
Hours 9:30 to 5:30 Monday to Saturday &
12:00 to 5:00 Sundays
Thanks to our fantastic volunteers, donors and customers, Barb’s Used Book and Music School is the Kamloops Symphony’s longest running and most successful fundraiser for more than 20 years. Read the rest of this entry »
Skewed and Reviewed is back at the 4th annual CinemaCon, a gathering of cinema owners and operators from around the world. From exclusive Hollywood product presentations highlighting a slate of upcoming films, to must-see premiere feature screenings, to the biggest stars, producers and directors, CinemaCon helps jumpstart the excitement and buzz that surrounds the summer season at the box office. Read the rest of this entry »