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There has been a lot of talk surrounding the 2013 Cannes Film Festival’s Palme d’Or winning French romantic drama, Blue is the Warmest Colour. Telling the story of a teenager’s sexual awakening, the film is actually based on the 2010 French graphic novel Blue Angel by Julie Maroh. Regardless of whether you’ve seen the film, books are almost always better.
Head to the rink, outdoors
Harken back to your childhood and hit the ice this winter, preferably outdoors. There’s something energizing about gliding across the ice while the fresh air hits your face. If there’s a nice view, even better! Check out the TD Rink on the Brink in Niagara Falls, set up along the Niagara Parkway in Niagara Falls, you can check out one of the natural wonders of the world while reliving your childhood. www.wfol.com
Afraid to go carolling but still want to sing this holiday season? The Vancouver Trolley Company has you covered with its ultimate Christmas tour: Karaoke Christmas Lights. The three-hour trolley adventure tours through Stanley Park’s Bright Nights display and the Van Dusen Botanical Garden’s Festival of Lights. Running Dec.. 11-30, the family-friendly tour is sure to get you
into the holiday spirit. www.vancouvertrolley.com
Deconstructing an icon
Riot grrrl pioneer Kathleen Hanna’s life and legacy is explored in The Punk Singer, a documentary by Sini Anderson. Featuring commentary by Joan Jett, Carrie Brownstein, Kim Gordon, and Hanna herself, it’s an honest look at the life of the activist, musician, and cultural icon. The film features more than 20 years of archival footage, from Hanna’s days as lead singer of Bikini Kill and Le Tigre, and beyond. For screening info, visit www.thepunksinger.com.
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