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Taco time

Taco time

It's different for everybody I suppose, but for me the best thing about being an adult is the ability to have tacos pretty much anytime I want. OK, maybe not the best thing, but top three. Because tacos feed all, regardless of age, gender or class.
Love, light and Pokémon

Love, light and Pokémon

After all those years of saying video games (and movies) corrupt our youth, the tables have finally turned. And of course, it happened in the beautiful city of Prince George, B.C.
Outdoor shows and scary stories

Outdoor shows and scary stories

Hot damn, it's a big week for movie lovers and the action kicks off on Thursday, Aug.
Blood is thicker than...

Blood is thicker than...

Summer is all about family: the kids are out of school, everyone gets together at the cabin/cottage and the whole season is dripping with togetherness and connectivity with the ones you love.
Tarantino heads West

Tarantino heads West

Quick, name your top-five filmmakers of the last 25 years: Coen Bros, Bong Joon-ho, David Fincher, Alfonso Cuaron, Wes Anderson...it's not an easy list to make. But for most discerning film fans, there is one name to rule them all: Quentin Tarantino.
Do we need a remake of The Lion King?

Do we need a remake of The Lion King?

The only rule of economics I know is #blowitifyougotit, but apparently one of the most basic ones is understanding wants versus needs.
Strange love

Strange love

Summer loving is a thing, at least in the movies.
Beatles or a spider?

Beatles or a spider?

The Beatles or The Stones? It's an age-old debate (originally positioned, erroneously, as pop vs.
Toys 4 Chucky

Toys 4 Chucky

Idioms, adages, proverbs, whatever... Life is full of these ancient sayings, nuggets of wisdom passed down over the ages that are so simple and true no one really knows where they came from, but we keep saying them generation after generation.
Hitch a ride on the Revue

Hitch a ride on the Revue

Once again , the big film event this week happened on the small screen, as Martin Scorsese's Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story dropped Wednesday on Netflix and it's an incredible look at the most prolific songwriter of the last century (ever?)