The Bachelorette tells her suitor to “get the f*** out”

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Early season Bachelor and Bachelorette can get so cheesy – but that’s exactly what I love about it. After the crazy-long first night, all the boys changed into t-shirts to become the regular boys they are and started shouting out for Rachel. But don’t worry, Chris Harrison is there to find out how the boys feel about her. Anyone else a little weirded out about how much they talked about how she smells?

After that, we get our first “right reasons” drop and a date card… Continue reading

Rachel starts her journey as The Bachelorette, and the men can’t handle Whaboom

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Earlier I talked about each of Rachel’s men vying for her love this season, but now we’re onto the show and I.Can’t.Deal. There is already so much crazy and I cannot wait to get these dates underway.

Bare with me as I learn everyone’s names though… I honestly don’t know how I’ll keep them straight these first couple weeks. Continue reading

The Bachelorette starts tonight, so let’s meet her men!

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predfdfAfter coming in as the runner-up on Nick Viall’s season of The Bachelor, Rachel Lindsay was given the coveted role of Bachelorette. She’s the first black Bachelorette ABC has ever had and brings with her the most diverse group of men, as well. No promises that ABC will actually handle race well throughout the season but… let’s hope. Continue reading

Local Rising Stars Set to Impress at Expressions Theatre Festival (May 18 – 27)

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Arts Umbrella is proud to announce the 2017 Expressions Theatre Festival, an annual event celebrating the next generation of gifted young artists from the organization’s Pre-Professional Theatre Program, running May 18 to 27, 2017, at Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island. From the witty satire of Urinetown: The Musical to the playful compilation The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), this year’s program offers an array of diverse and thought-provoking works, including the emotionally-charged world premiere Living In My Skin, a fearlessly student-written play about confronting teen anxiety.  Continue reading