Music Makes Me Wanna…Travel KINGSTON, JAMAICA

As the legend Bob Marley sings… “One good thing about music …when it hits you, you feel no pain”. Kingston, Jamaica is a melting pot of music and history and positive vibrations! With so many legends and genres of music born out of Kingston, Jamaica from rock steady, reggae and ska to dance hall…. let’s just say a music lovers vacation here is by far the coolest music history class you will ever take. The safest and easiest way to navigate the epic music scene in Kingston is to hire a driver. I highly recommend JUTA Tours so that you can plan your own agenda and hit up all the sights and sounds at your own irie pace. Take a guided bus tour like the ‘Making of The Music Tour’ or map out your own musical adventure. Since you are heading to the birthplace of reggae, remember that Jamaica is a place for those music lovers with an open mind and an open heart. Interestingly, flocks of Japanese and Europeans... ...

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Vancouver Motorcycle Show

           2019 Motorcycle Show – Vancouver January 18 -20 2019 Tradex – Fraser Valley Trade & Exhibition Centre, Abbotsford Friday 12:00pm-9:00pm; Saturday 10:00am-8:00pm; Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm  ADMISSION: Adults  $15.00, Juniors (6-14) $12.00, Seniors (65+) $11.00 Children (5 and under)  FREE with adult purchase Family Pass  $40.00 (2 adult & 2 junior passes) SHE Rides Night ½ price ladies only after 5:00pm on Friday Nigh Free parking for all motorcycles! Gearheads and torque lovers will be able to get their fix and find their ride with up-close and personal looks at the newest makes and models. Local stunt group VanCity Stunters is back by popular demand.  New to the outdoor stage this year are the Seattle Cossacks Motorcycle Stunt and Drill Team with their vintage Harleys. Enjoy how-to demonstrations, relax in the Moto Lifestyle Lounge and SHE Rides is back for its Friday night premier where the entry fee for ladies is cut in half after 5 pm. One lucky lady on this night will walk away with a new Kawasaki Versys – X 300 ABS courtesy of Kawasaki!... ...

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Time to Lose the Razor Ladies!

It’s 2018 and I am thankful that we earth women no longer prance around in loin cloths waiting for our hairy partners to hunt and gather while we tend to our family duties. It’s 2018 and we take pride in our personal grooming.  Duties are now thankfully evenly distributed (mostly) and technology has advanced beyond our wildest dreams. So hear me loud and clear girlfriends. We have surrendered to the hassle of shaving long enough.  Today we can bid farewell to unwanted hair …for good! Goodbye stubborn razor burns and ugly ingrown bikini lines and hello smooth, sexy skin. Now that we are onboard with getting rid of unwanted hair, how do we do it?  Choose a quick, effective, reputable, pain-free technology from a trusted source like Pure Light Laser.  They are masters of skin care. My first Pure Light Laser  hair removal session was soothing, painless and quick… just the opposite of what I envisioned.  Rita Moldovanos at Pure Light Laser uses the Palomar Starlux 500, an advanced laser... ...

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Project Backpack: Feeding Hungry Minds

Nutrition is life. This Thanksgiving let’s together help reduce food insecurity for young people and their families. PC Children’s Charity has created Project Backpack in collaboration with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada in an effort to tackle hunger by putting the power of food in the hands of Canadian children. Since 2015, PC Children’s Charity has granted more than $1 million dollars to fund Project Backpack, a program designed to help children in households vulnerable to hunger. In order for kids to flourish in school and life they need proper nutrition. Find out how you can donate HERE. Your donation provides participants with a food-filled backpack to bring home with nutritious food that they can easily assemble into healthy meals over the weekend. Thanks for giving this Thanksgiving, Sincerely, Play Outdoors Media ...

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Vancity Hustle in the Hyundai Accent

Getting around Greater Vancouver, AKA Vancity is not always easy or affordable…until now. This vehicle was made to keep up with the Vancity hustle. Introducing the 2018 Hyundai Accent. Managing multiple gigs is a way of life for Vancouverites. The day to day grind can be costly and chaotic if you are driving a gas guzzler or trying to use public transportation. That is why the Vancity go-getter needs a compact, affordable, trustworthy ride like the Hyundai Accent. Whether I’m running around between set, studio, auditions, kids and everything in between, I need a car I can rely on that won’t break the bank in monthly payments, repairs and gas. The Hyundai Accent offers Vancouverites the perfect solution. Starting from only $14,599 you get the choice of two body styles, including the Canada-exclusive 5-door hatchback. A subcompact car that has all the technology you need to get your job(s) and side hustles done and done.  Featuring a 1.6L Direct Injection (GDI) four cylinder engine producing 130 horsepower and 119 lb-ft. of torque, choose manual or automatic transmission. Complete with a 7-inch... ...

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