Our city is a wonderful place. From the weather, to the culture, to the people, I think we can all agree it's one of (of not THE) best places to live in Canada. So that's why I think it's time our city do something fun to celebrate its diversity!
Since 1978 the rainbow flag has been an international symbol of diversity for the LGBT community. Each colour in the flag holds its own meaning as well. Red is for life, orange is for healing, yellow is for sunlight, green is for nature, blue is for harmony, and purple is for spirit.
Today the rainbow flag is a vibrant sign of society's ever expanding acceptance of the LGBT community, and is recognized as such the world over. Recently the city of Vancouver installed a permanent fixture of the rainbow flag as a colourful crosswalk in the long LGBT friendly Davie Street ...
Justin Bieber is no stranger to weird clothes, but apparently he's pretty keen on no clothes at all too. Biebs stripped off his pants and underwear in photos that were leaked to TMZ allegedly taken back in October of 2012.
Justin is wearing nothing but a guitar as he is shown serenading his grandmother. The naked performance was reportedly Justin's way of apologizing to his Nana for sleeping through much of their (Canadian) Thanksgiving celebration.
Grandma B must be so proud... the NSFW photo is below! Be warned... there's Bieber bum ahead.
Well Monster Energy Center of Gravity has come and gone for another year! Much to the dismay of young party goers, and much to the delight of the people whose lawns have been peed on for three days straight.
We laughed, we danced, we had a good time. And by far one of the highlights (for me at least) was Kaskade's set on the Friday night.
I had a chance to chat with Kaskade backstage just before the show. I may be a blubbering idiot (Yeah, maybe a bit star struck) but he's a remarkable guy who's as nice as he is talented.
Have a listen!