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Consumer tech losing its cool

I'm taking a break from dispensing advice for this column to rant a bit about two disturbing trends in consumer technology. Something really must be done about them. 1.

Pajo's voted third best in Canada

Readers of Canadian Living Magazine confirmed what many Richmond residents already know - where to get some of the best fish and chips in the country. According to the April 2013 edition, Pajo's placed third overall in Canada.

Oval museum opening date pushed back until fall 2014

The public will have to wait a little longer to see what the Richmond Olympic Oval Museum will look like. A design theme unveiling scheduled to be done early last month was to coincide with a Canadian Olympic Committee board meeting locally.

Where did the Mayans go?

Local author, social activist and retired music teacher Sharon MacGougan will be hosting a public reading of her new book The Mayan Mysteries, her first fiction novel. The reading will be on March 22 from 7-8 p.m.

Taxing time for movie-makers

For the last five years, Richmond has seen a steady increase in filming, in terms of both the number of productions and total revenue.

The Pulse

We've got our finger on it

Around Town

FRIDAY The Music at the Cannery Summer Series presents Micheal Hart on Friday, July 13 at 6: 30 p.m. The series runs for nine shows in July and August, at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery, 12138 4th Ave. in Steveston Village.

Queen Jubilee Medal honours two Richmondites

Thomas Wong, 95, and Rosayln Ing, 73, both served with the RCAF
Cinevolution Media Arts fills film gap in city

Cinevolution Media Arts fills film gap in city

Society runs year-round programs, hosts annual festival and mentors new artists

Around town

SATURDAY The Buddha's Light International Association will host the 2012 BLIA Environmental and Spiritual Conservation Fair on Saturday and Sunday, May 12 and 13 at the King George Park.
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