September 19, 2017

JGL’s “Don” Gets A Name Change

Relativity has given Joseph Gordon-Levitt's feature directorial debut "Don Jon’s Addiction" a title change. Now simply known as "Don Jon", Levitt also took the opportunity to release a couple of new stills from the film - including the first shot of the seemingly ageless Tony Danza as Levitt's character's father. Here's Levitt's posting from … [Read more...]

Insert Coin: Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner does as its name implies

In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the subject line. The fine folks over at Lomography are at it again, but this time, they're out for something more than just quirky. In fact, this may be useful for … [Read more...]

4K TV Gets An Official Name – Ultra HD

Full HD is yesterday's news, the hot new television standard for your home has today been officially christened "Ultra HD". Specifically 'Ultra High Definition' (or Ultra HD) is the name that the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has announced will be the official designation for the display format formerly known as 4K. A 4K image consists … [Read more...]

09/10/2012 – Burnt Thicket Theatre presents She Has A Name by Andrew Kooman

Haunted by anguished voices, a lawyer poses as a john to build a legal case against a brothel trafficking girls into Bangkok. Can Jason win the trust of a young prostitute known only as Number 18 and convince her to risk her life to testify for the sake of justice? September 7 | 5:15 p.m. September 8 | 7:30 p.m. September 9 | 9:30 … [Read more...]

A familiar name in Langley seeks NDP nomination

The President of the Langley Teachers Association is launching a bid for the provincial NDP nomination in the riding of Fort Langley Aldergrove.  Gail Chaddock-Costello has launched her campaign on social media with an NDP themed twitter account.  Chaddock-Costello is seeking the nomination in the riding currently held by long time BC … [Read more...]

Updated: Name released in Burnaby murder

We now know the name of at least one of the victims of last nights double murder in Burnaby. 36 year old Huong "Andy" Tran owns the small sushi restaurant near Royal Oak and Kingsway. His body,  along with the body of another woman,  were found last night, the victims of a shooting. The name of the female victim has not been … [Read more...]

Volunteer Coast Guard gets new name, new base, new boat

The volunteer Coast Guard auxiliary has a new name: The Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue. They've also got a new base, at Horseshoe Bay in West Vancouver, and a new boat. President Randy Strandt says the name reflects the organization's separate identity from the Coast Guard. He's also paying homage to those who will lose their jobs at the … [Read more...]

Name of man killed in blast expected tomorrow

The identity of a man who died after setting off explosives in the Kamloops home of his estranged girlfriend should be confirmed tomorrow. The remains of the 48-year old electrician from Surrey were recovered Saturday, but regional coroner Mark Coleman says his name can't be released yet. "I'll review the case with our investigating coroner … [Read more...]

Samsung’s Unpacked Mobile 2012 app outs ‘Galaxy S3’ as next smartphone’s name

Up until now, we haven't actually had any confirmation of what Samsung's upcoming superphone would be named. We've had plenty of reason to believe that it'd simply be the third iteration of the famed Galaxy S line, and even an Amazon Germany page predicting as much, but it's another thing entirely to see the term "Galaxy S3" used by Samsung itself. … [Read more...]

Liberals mull name change before next election

The BC Liberals may have an entirely different handle when voters go to the polls next May. Premier Christy Clark says she's open to a name change if it can be done in time, as part of her appeal to unite the centre-right vote in B.C. "(Former Liberal finance minister) Colin Hansen raised it at the last provincial convention, and I said at the time … [Read more...]