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Joan MacLeod's The Valley is Topical and Emotionally Gripping

Especially pertinent at the moment, The Valley by Victoria’s Joan MacLeod struck a nerve with the audience to create a touching, emotional journey.

Inspired by real events, this play takes larger social issues of mental health and the relationship police have with the public and breaks it into four specific stories. 189 more words

Author-Lauren

Life in the month of February

“I hear Jerusalem bells a-ringing
Roman cavalry choirs are singing
Be my mirror, my sword and shield
My missionaries in a foreign field
For some reason I can’t explain… 278 more words

Reflection

Before you escape for the weekend...

Need a spot for post-work cocktails tonight or a good stiff drink this weekend? Head over the hill to the Valley and check out Barrel & Ashes… 165 more words

Deals

Being patient with my friend

“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” 232 more words

Reflection

The Valley comes to the Belfry

From February 2 – 28 the Belfry Theatre will present The Valley by Victoria’s Joan MacLeod. Directed by former Belfry Artistic Director Roy Surette, The Valley stars Rebecca Auerbach, Matt Reznek, Luc Roderique (all making their Belfry debuts) and Colleen Wheeler (Proof and My Chernobyl at the Belfry). 836 more words

Author-Lauren

Joe's Cafe (Granada Hills)

This entry is long overdue (like plenty other of my entries). Still a young business, opened in 2012, it is always busy especially for breakfast, especially on the weekends. 578 more words

Food