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Author: Krystele Chavez

12 Angry Jurors

The trial is over. The verdict is not. 12 Jurors gather in a room to decide on the fate of a young boy. Coercion and animosity ensue. Decisions are made. Opinions are swayed. Will the boy live…or die? The verdict is in their hands.  Standing Room Only Theatre is proud to partner with local charity KidStart Mentoring for the production of 12 Angry Jurors playing at CBC Studios 700 from October 24 – November 4, 2016.  KidStart Mentoring Program is an organization that works with kids aged six and up who face challenges at home, in school or in the community. Carefully...

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Eco-friendly jewelry gives back

Summertime and the livin’ is easy, right? During the warm weather, comfort and coolness are key when getting dressed. Chances are, you’ve been finding yourself wearing breezy cotton dresses, rompers, or jean shorts and simple tank tops on a daily basis. While these outfits are certainly practical when considering the elements outside, they can quickly start to feel rather uninspiring and downright blah. Take your look up a notch with the right accessories; jewelry, in particular. Making a true style statement isn’t always easy, but statement necklaces from Color By Amber are all you need to stand out. With the concept...

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The Etiquette Behind Afternoon Tea

In our busy, time-poor lives, what is nicer than momentarily stopping for a scone and a pot of tea? Afternoon tea gives us a break in the rush of modern life, just like it did back in the nineteenth century, when the custom originated. Afternoon tea has been around for many centuries, but became popular in the 1840s by Queen Victoria’s best friend, Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, who suffered hunger pains during the long afternoons between lunch and the late evening meal. She would have scones and tea in her boudoir to satisfy her cravings, and it...

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Surrey Greek Food Festival

Steeped in history and lapped by the Mediterranean sea, Greece is home to some of the finest ingredients in the world, some of the most eclectic tastes from the West balance against some of the more raw and upbeat tastes from the East on Greek tables. From flamed cooked souvlaki and succulent lamb, Greek cuisine can delight food enthusiasts from all over the world. Starting June 3, enjoy the food of Greece and experience multi-cultural performances at the 25th annual Surrey Greek Food Festival. Originally started as a celebration of Hellenic cuisine and culture bringing a piece of Greece to...

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Cloverdale offers eco-sweet hair removal

With spring here and summer approaching, you’re probably stressing about hair removal. After all, who would want to miss out on a spontaneous beach trip or pool party because they weren’t at the top of their “high visibility” hair removal routine game? This is where Sugar’d Cloverdale comes to the rescue, a budget-friendly option that promises to remove the hair quickly without traumatizing the body during the procedure, not to mention something that will keep the hair gone longer. Centuries ago, sugar paste, or ‘Halawa’ as it is known to the Egyptians, was created as a means of hair removal and is a combination of sugar, water...

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PHOTOS: VISAFF 2017 Opening Gala at Surrey City Hall

Published 11/19/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

The Opening Night Celebration for Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival (VISAFF) was “THE” event to be seen at as it kicked off the festival with unforgettable entertainment.

Attendees walked the red carpet with one of the finest actresses in Bollywood, “Ms. Huma Qureshi” to indulge in some distinctly Indian delicacies and experience a night to remember to begin a week of… read more ❯

PHOTOS: Drishti Awards Gala 2017 at Aria Banquet Hall

Published 11/18/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

Last night the Drishti Media Group celebrated its 7th anniversary and presented the 3rd Annual Drishti Awards Gala honouring 10 individuals who have achieved innovation and excellence work in their fields of endeavour.

It was a splendid night featuring a cocktail reception, award presentation, mesmerizing entertainment, fashion show, dinner and dance. Partial proceeds go to BC Children’s… read more ❯

Social Innovation Summit Report November 2017

Published 11/18/2017 in Sr3y

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Meet Surrey Girl, Steph Hassell

Published 11/17/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

Co- Owner of Violet + Ruby
Grew up in: Whalley | I’m proud to be from a place that four generations before me lived, I went to the same high school as my dad and my grandfather – I’m not sure many people can say… read more ❯

The Shell Busey 75th Birthday Roast & Toast Fundraiser

Published 11/15/2017 in Surrey604 Magazine

The Surrey Hospice Society will be hosting a 75th Birthday Roast and Toast for home expert broadcaster, Shell Busey, on Saturday, November 25th at the Mirage Banquet Hall in Surrey, BC.

The celebration will feature a good-natured roast of Shell, a delicious dinner, silent auction, table raffles, door prizes and a live band with room to dance.

100% of the proceeds benefit the Surrey… read more ❯

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