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28/03/2015 – The Coral-Travelling Circus (2002)

Bored this weekend? Why not go to the circus!

It’s that time of year when the circus is in town. Over the years the Moscow State, Billy Smart, Zippo’s and everyone else in between has performed in London and each one has been unique. 266 more words


Tyler McCandless dedicates Ukrop's Monument Ave. 10k win to late grandfather

RICHMOND, Va. — Tyler McCandless won the 2015 Ukrop’s Monument Avenue 10k with an unofficial time of 29: 38 Saturday in Richmond. McCandless is a former all-American distance runner at Penn State University. 439 more words


Quick Munch: Bubble Queen! The buu-est bubble tea around town.

That’s it. I lost my ‘Bubble Queen’ virginity today.


Bubble Queen

8888 Odlin Cresent

Richmond, BC V6X 3Z7

Price: $

Will Return: Yes

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Pinot Noir Special Reserve Icewine - Isabella Winery (Richmond, BC, Canada)

  • My Rating: D+

Pinot Noir Special Reserve 2004 – Isabella Winery, 12% ABV – 375ml, (Richmond, BC, Canada)

(it’s over 10 years old, but is it any good…?) 177 more words


Man barricaded in home forced out by Richmond Police, SWAT

RICHMOND, Va. — Loud and multiple booms were the final sounds from a standoff that lasted four hours on Richmond’s Southside Friday night.

“We are just glad that it’s over,” a local resident said. 349 more words


Woe Ga Jib Korean Restaurant (Richmond)

Steaming hot “Hot Pot Bulgogi”

Woe Ga Jib Korean Restaurant is a traditional Korean establishment located near Lansdowne Mall on Alexandra Road in Richmond. The name Woe Ga Jib, according to the restaurant’s website, means “grandmother’s house.” (There is also a Chinese name for the restaurant on the sign outside, and in Chinese it reads, “外婆屋”, which means the same thing: maternal grandmother’s house.) I suppose the concept of this restaurant is to create a traditional, family-style place, with the name reflecting the feeling of delicious home-cooked Korean dishes and also thankful feelings of the young toward their elders. 363 more words

British Columbia

City of Richmond wraps civic infrastructure with art and rid graffiti

Richmond utility boxes will be transformed into works of art the next two years, after the city decided to spend $20,000 to get local artists to design wraps for them. 204 more words