This new video is turning society’s standard of beauty on its head with this clever video. See in jump.
Check out college student Raychel Manko’s version of the popular Nicki Minaj song ‘Super Bass’. Pretty hilarious and complete opposite message from the original. Would love to hear what you think! Video is in the jump.
The problem was, this was not the first time he’d tried and failed to keep up with his reading. To ensure he stuck to his plan, LePage decided to combine his desire to read the Bible with his love for design. For every book he read, he would create a corresponding piece of art and […]
The apple has issued the following statement on Steve Jobs passing:
Vogue Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia, May 29, 2011: In a tiny dressing room beneath the stage, Drew Shirley and Chad Butler of Switchfoot are all smiles. As far as rock musicians go, these guys are probably as nice as they come. It’s always interesting to meet the men behind the music. Some artists make you […]
The Christian world is sometimes accused of being a little cliquey albeit not intentionally. Sometimes we try too hard to assimilate non-believers and other times we shy away from, or even condemn those who have opposing views. Kevin Roose, a then undergraduate of Brown University felt compelled to penetrate that world when he enrolled at […]
How did you first get involved in pageants? Tara Teng: I was studying at university and I mentioned to a friend that I had come across an article about the Miss British Columbia pageant. He was just like, “You gotta do it.” It was really a way for me to challenge my fears and just […]
Carissa Reineger helps small businesses grow. “We’re kinda like Weight Watchers. That’s the best analogy. We help small business owners set their goals and then help them reach them,” she says. Her company, Silver Lining Limited was established six years ago out of a belief Reineger had that small businesses didn’t need to sacrifice making […]
Converge Magazine caught up with Parachute Band members Sam De Jong, Omega Levine, Elliot Francis, Callum Galloway, and Jeremy Gregory on a cloudy Tuesday afternoon at a quaint coffee shop in old Fort Langley.
WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT 1954 you might think about the first time the world series was broadcast in colour, or maybe you think about the marriage of Marilyn Monroe and Joe Dimaggio. It is likely, though, that 1954 came and went way before you were born. For Mark and Huldah Buntain, a young vivacious couple in […]