NOBODY wears blue like a blonde, brunettes have the most versatile hair shade, and redheads can rock the jewel tone eye.
The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Phase 2 Consultation Discussion Guide offers five options to deal with the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project.
Settling for silver: Wesburn Tigers' Ian McDonald, right, delivers a nice pass in a silver2 4District Commonwealth Cup final against Richmond at Burnaby Lake Sports Complex-West on Sunday. The two teams played to a 1-1 draw, with Shawn Crosby scoring the regulation-time goal for the Tigers. Richmond won the cup in a shootout.
Canadian junior ice dance champions Madeline Edwards and ZhoaKai Pang left a lot of points on the ice at the International Skating Union World junior figure skating championships in Milan, Italy.
The west wing of Richmond Hospital is being renamed the Milan Ilich Pavilion after yet another donation from the Milan & Maureen Ilich Foundation took their giving total to an incredible $10 million.
Canadian ice dance champions ZhaoKai Pang of Burnaby and Madeline Edwards will make their first-ever appearance at the world junior figure skating championships this week in Milan, Italy.
Connaught Skating Club's fund raiser show tomorrow night suddenly features two of the brightest up-and-coming stars in the country.
There's nothing routine with the ice dance team of Madeline Edwards and Zhao Kai Pang when it comes to succeeding at the Canadian Tire national figure skating championships.
Burnaby ice dancers were the belle of the Canadian figure skating championship ball in Mississauga, Ont. last week.
Burnaby ice dancers were the belle of the Canadian figure skating championship ball in Mississauga, Ont., last week.
It's a competition within a competition that will determine if Mitchell Gordon will be handed a plane ticket to Italy at the conclusion of this weekend's Canadian Tire National Figure Skating Championships in Mississagua.
YEAR END: Before we ring in 2013, here's my annual list of Vancouver's top fetes and most memorable occasions.
THIS week in the North Shore News we're looking back at the biggest moments in North Shore sports for 2012.
A Burnaby pair took a big step towards a possible fourth Canadian ice dance title.
A B.C. Centre of Excellence skate pair took a big step towards a possible fourth Canadian ice dance title.
CHRISTMAS approaches, and I muse about the Christian church, love and Internet dating.
I stand by my proud record of rejection, most famously of the entire 20th century. (The 21st isn't looking so hot either.)
OVER THE TOP: The sold-out Inspiration Gala raised a momentous $3.5 million for pancreatic cancer research at the B.C. Cancer Agency. Guests gathered at the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel for the jaw-dropping hospital hootenanny. A $1-million gift from the Milan and Maureen Ilich Foundation kicked things off. Later, a $1-million donation from the Ritchie family brought guests to their feet. Funds raised will catapult the new Pancreatic Cancer Research Initiative of the BC Cancer Agency, in collaboration with VGH, toward a synchronized approach of finding the driving causes of pancreatic cancer.
IT turns out all the Argyle Pipers football team needed to get into the win column was some good old home cooking.