Comedian Chris Farley left us much to early. He was only 33 years old when he passed away due to a drug overdose.
I am loving this weather! First official full weekend of Summer, and the sun is out! Check out the Community Cruiser schedule below and stop by for your chance to win!
This weekend, you have a chance to introduce your kids to the real-life superheros in our community — the nurses, firefighters, police, first responders etc. The 5th Annual Superhero Kids Day is on Saturday, June 27th 11-3pm at Uptown Shopping Centre.
Mel Z chats with Victoria’s very own Batman — Mark Ashfield — to hear more about this awesome free community event:
If the open-minded city that rocks a rainbow of heritage buildings, flowers on every corner and big blue ocean wasn’t colourful enough for you — the City of Victoria just got even more brighter — and diverse.
City of Victoria launched three rainbow crosswalks downtown this week, just in time for Victoria Pride Week, kicking off Saturday, June 27th. The City of Victoria will also raise the Pride flag on Monday, June 29th at City Hall.
With the installation of 3 rainbow crosswalks, the city of Victoria is ready for Pride Week. The City will further demonstrate its support for the LGBTQ community when Mayor and Council raise the Pride flag on Monday, June 29 at 11 a.m. at City Hall. Here’s a full guide to all the different events throughout Victoria Pride.
Here’s a classic case of “It’s funny cause it’s true”.
The new Will Ferrell movie, Daddy’s Home shows Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg locked in an epic Dad Battle…For affection of course.
A parking space sized area used for recreational or beautification purposes.
Ok, now this sounds right up Victoria’s “ally” — except it’s on the street. Where we love to people watch, drink coffee, take photos and have deep conversations about parenting, environmental sustainability, transportation issues, housing affordability, gardening, the latest concert or event happening this weekend. If a city needs anything, it’s more room for people to … be with people.
I always find Father’s Day a bit of a challenge — for my husband and my own Dad.
These are the kind of guys that are pretty self-sufficient. They want something, they go out and get it. Which leaves us crawling Pinterest for weird gadgets or practical tools at the Canadian Tire. Well, not this year Pops! This year, we’re launching the Dad’s Day Olympics! The challenge is on us!
Wait — what, how does this work? OK, picture this: Dad sleeps in to his liking on Sunday morning, to awaken and find himself with a Dad’s Day Olympics Program on his bedside. Which, by the way — is where his first Dad Olympics “event” is set to go…